Epic Sky Q deals end today, but there's another cheap way to watch Sky TV


    If you’re looking for a more affordable way to watch the latest and greatest movies, sports and boxsets, Sky continues to offer some bargain prices. Right now, the satellite TV company has a number of deals, including cuts to its Full House bundle.

    This all-you-can-watch package features Sky Entertainment, all Sky Sports channels, Sky Cinema and full access to everything on Netflix for just £52 per month. If that sounds a little too expensive and you’re not a film buff then there is also a deal which features Entertainment, Sports and Netflix but without Cinema for just £45.


    These are good deals but, sadly, the two discounts will end at midnight tonight, July 15, meaning there are only a few hours left to bag the price drop. If you do fancy taking Sky up on its offer then the deals will last for 18 months and there is a £20 upfront fee to pay.

    All of Sky’s contracts include the firm’s latest Sky Q box which allows customers to record multiple shows at once and find content using voice search on the clever remote control.

    Although some of Sky’s deals are coming to an end there is another way to get cheap telly beamed into your home. That’s because Sky’s contract-free streaming service NOW, formerly NOW TV, has just released two new deals which will save customers some serious cash.

    The first gives those signing up to the platform the chance to stream Sky’s Entertainment and Cinema channels for just £9.99.


    It even features a 7-day free trial of Boost, which lets you watch on-demand shows and movies advert-free, at a higher resolution and on more screens at the same time.

    Along with that entertainment plan, there is also a Sky Sports Membership which has been cut to £25 per month for three months.

    That’s a saving of over £20. Taking this deal today means users will be able to watch the Lions tour of South Africa along with all the F1 action and the start of the Premier League season.

    This plan also features access to seven days of Boost. If you weren’t already aware, NOW brings Sky channels into the home without the need for a dish. All customers have to have is a reliable internet connection and a device such as a smart TV, streaming stick, Apple TV box or one of the latest gaming consoles such as the PS4, PS5 of Xbox One.

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