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Now TV - Coronavirus generosity?

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My existing Now TV 6 month free pass was due to end next month.   Oh no!  How will I finish watching Westworld?!

Never fear, Now TV is here.   Well...  they sent me an email giving me a new "offer", and that will be 6 months at £0.00pm.   It doesn't mention Coronavirus explicitly, but I presume this is an automatic repeat of my existing offer to avoid the possibility of cancellation to save a few pounds during the CV crisis.
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  • BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Board Guide
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    I bought a cinema pass , as it got towards expiry date they offered 6months at £2.99 automatically applied for me . If I didn't want it I just needed to cancel.

    I accepted
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    I must add I purchased the voucher from Amazon for £3.99 rather than full price directly .

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  • pphillipspphillips Forumite
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    I was getting Entertainment at £1.80 for 3 months then during cancellation they offered another 3 months at £5.39 a month. I decided that this was too much of a jump so I cancelled and am now just waiting for the email offer to come through.
  • trickydicky14trickydicky14 Forumite
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    I'm also getting Entertainment at £1.80 for 3 months, I hope I don't get asked to pay £5.39 when I cancel.
    I have not payed more than about £4 a month in over 18 months, just keep cancelling and the offers keep coming, 'So far'
  • jon81ukjon81uk Forumite
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    I took £5.39 offered during cancellation too. Maybe I should have cancelled completely and waited to see if I get an email
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    The email I got was prior to cancellation - completely unsolicited.
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  • GabiBGabiB Forumite
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    Occasionally my Dad gets Uber-cheap NOW TV offers even non Coronavirus times, think it’s just something they do?
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  • rjmachinrjmachin Forumite
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    I get my Now TV Cinema Pass from Amazon at the moment.  This month I have paid £2.79, same last month and £3.49 the month before.
    I am currently using the 2 month entertainment passes that you can buy from Currys / Argos for £10 (£5 per month) which I got for Christmas, but once they run out I will be using Amazon for entertainment passes too.
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    I had £1.80 for three months when I tried to cancel, then applied a 50p per month two month deal (hukd). 

    I've now cancelled as only offered £5.39 for three months. 

    I'm hoping to get an emailed offer, if not I'll re-start then cancel accepting the £5.39 deal. Only a few days left for all this to happen. 
  • tizerbelletizerbelle Forumite
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    I was on £1.80 for 3 months that should end 7 June.  Logged in to my account to cancel the pass before it goes back up to £8.99 only to find that they have applied a new offer keeping the £1.80 for another 6 months.  I honestly dont recall getting an email about it.
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