Pay TV Subscription Offers - ongoing

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edited 7 December 2018 at 10:02AM in TV MoneySaving
I've started this new thread to track subscription offers for Pay TV as they arise in the simplest possible way. Please add to this thread as/when you have an offer to share with other MSEers.

The most special of the offers may be put forward for inclusion in articles/emails from the main MSE site.

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  • Cornucopia
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    edited 7 December 2018 at 11:12AM
    A one month offer including Now TV Entertainment, Sky Cinema and Kids Month Passes.

    Price: £11.99
    Saving: approx 45%
    Valid until: 31/12/2018
    Includes existing customers?: unclear

    Small Print: Requires sign-up with Credit Card. Cancel before month-end to avoid on-going charges at full price. You can cancel any time within the month and the service will not finish until month-end.

    Caveat: if you've never been a Now TV customer, then there is also a 14 day free trial.
  • Cornucopia wrote: »
    A one month offer including Now TV Entertainment, Sky Cinema and Kids Month Passes.

    Price: £11.99
    Saving: approx 45%
    Valid until: 31/12/2018
    Includes existing customers?: unclear

    Small Print: Requires sign-up with Credit Card. Cancel before month-end to avoid on-going charges at full price. You can cancel any time within the month and the service will not finish until month-end.

    Caveat: if you've never been a Now TV customer, then there is also a 14 day free trial.
    What about adding another "caveat "..such as if you are one of the Now TV latest incantation users it now shows 60 live to air Freeview channels so would require a TV licence IMO.
  • Cornucopia
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    edited 7 December 2018 at 2:11PM
    Houbara wrote: »
    What about adding another "caveat "..such as if you are one of the Now TV latest incantation users it now shows 60 live to air Freeview channels so would require a TV licence IMO.

    I think most people would assume that a service called "<something> TV" might require a TV Licence.

    This thread is about offers, not TV Licences though. There are plenty of other threads for that.
  • pmduk
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    Houbara wrote: »
    What about adding another "caveat "..such as if you are one of the Now TV latest incantation users it now shows 60 live to air Freeview channels so would require a TV licence IMO.

    But only should you use them.
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