A fifth off Sky Sports and Sky Cinema
AFTER offering Sky Sports and Sky Cinema upgrades on discount for a while, Sky are now offering them to new customers for less than the regular price, for a limited time.
New subscribers can get 20% off the cost of either, or both, for 12 months with any TV bundle, until midnight Thursday November 3rd.
That brings the price of Sky Cinema down to £14.40 per month, and Sky Sports down to £22 a month, on top of the regular cost of the base bundle (Original, Variety, or Box Sets).
Sky TV Latest Offers
What's more, the 20% off "upgrade" is running alongside the offer Sky introduced last week, in which new customers get a choice of reward when they sign up to selected TV bundles.
The rewards on offer include a 32-inch Samsung TV, a Samsung Galaxy Tab E, or a choice of £100 e-voucher for Tesco or M&S, or a £100 Amazon.co.uk gift card.
Sky TV Latest Offers
There's more on what's available in each of the bundles in our full guide to Sky TV, and on the full range of channels and content available to those adding Sky Cinema or Sky Sports in our separate guides to those - click on the links to the right.
Recent highlights on Sky Sports have included Sky Sports Ryder Cup, the introduction of live Premier League football in ultra HD, the darts World Grand Prix, and Bangladesh vs England Test Series cricket.
There's more cricket coming up this month in the form of the England vs India and New Zealand vs Pakistan Test Series; in Formula 1 there's the Mexican, Brazilian and Etihad Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to look forward to.
Rugby fans will also be able to see the England and Ireland Autumn Internationals live on Sky during November and December.
Sky Cinema highlights
Sky Cinema, meanwhile, is now showing a premiere every day - up from at least four a week back when it was still Sky Movies.
As well as featuring a world cinema premiere every Wednesday night, they've committed to running at least one themed channel takeover every month - in October we've had Sky Cinema Harry Potter and Sky Cinema Tom Hanks.
Details of the Christmas schedule are still largely under wraps, but we do know that Disney's Zootopia, the live action remake of The Jungle Book, and Captain America: Civil War will feature.
Please read our full disclaimer for important information that relates to the service we provide and your use of this site.
We aim to provide free reviews and comparisons of consumer products and to keep our editorial content as objective as possible. To keep the site free, we are paid by some providers when new customers take products after they've clicked on our links. We don't allow our editorial content to be affected by those links, however we may not include all of the products available in the market. Finally, we do not submit or process any applications for any products or services and we cannot guarantee that any product or service listed on this website will be available to you. Credit providers make the final decision on whether an application for credit will be accepted.
If you would like to get in touch with us you can contact us here.