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    • sfrost150481
    • By sfrost150481 9th Feb 18, 1:05 PM
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    NowTV cost reduction
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    • 9th Feb 18, 1:05 PM
    NowTV cost reduction 9th Feb 18 at 1:05 PM
    My wife & I recently got NowTV and once the initial free trial period was up we went on to the rolling monthly fee of £7.99 for entertainment & £9.99 for movies. I heard that if you cancel the pass before the next monthly fee comes out your bank, you’ll get the opportunity to pay less. So, today I cancelled both entertainment & movies and was offered an entertainment pass for £3.49 for 4 months & a movies pass for £3.99 for 4 months. This will save me £42 over the next 4 months. Not a massive saving but better than paying full price. I challenge NowTV customers to try it and see what they can save!
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    • getmore4less
    • By getmore4less 9th Feb 18, 1:17 PM
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    • 9th Feb 18, 1:17 PM
    I just wait for the boxes with vouchers to come on offer

    6 month entertainment is usually £20 or £3.34pm and a spare box.

    They were doing an year of both for £99 for 12 months £8.25pm

    I find you don't need the movie pass for every month not enough films, entertainment need longer if trawling through box sets.

    a few offers have been coming up on HUKD
    • Bigphil1474
    • By Bigphil1474 12th Feb 18, 7:57 AM
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    • 12th Feb 18, 7:57 AM
    OP, it's typical with Now TV, and doesn't require much haggling either as it's usually automatic if you go through their website. I had Movies in December for a month (for Christmas) and bought the month pass on the Monday and cancelled it the day after so I didn't forget to cancel it later. They offered me movies for 3 months at £6.99 I think. I didn't bother as, to be honest, I can watch what I want to in a month, then go back to them a few months later when they e-mail with an offer, and there's something worth watching.

    At the moment, they keep e-mailing me offers for the sports pass - currently £20 a month for 3 months I think, but not worth it to me. The entertainment deal I'm on is £5 something a month for 4 months - I've had the entertainment passes continually for the last 12 months and still haven't paid full price for it yet. I do like the 'going to cancel' game on their website - are you sure you want to cancel? Are you really sure you want to cancel? Are you really really sure? etc. More fun than trying to haggle with a person.
    • prowla
    • By prowla 12th Feb 18, 8:20 AM
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    • 12th Feb 18, 8:20 AM
    I bought a couple of the boxes with included passes a couple of years back when they were on sale due to a newer model.

    There were also some free passes going, which I had.

    I expect they might be coming up to another upgrade soon, so there might be sales again?
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