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14-06-2020, 20:09   #1
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Now TV - Sky Sports/Sky Sports Extra (BT Sports/Premier Sports) €23pm/€17pm

Now TV have an offer currently for their sports packages.

€23 per month for the Sky Sports package, €17 per month for the Sports Extra package (BT Sports & Premier Sports). Works out as a 45% discount.

The offer is for the first six months, renews at full price after that, which is €39 per month for Sky and €34 per month for Sports Extra.
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14-06-2020, 20:38   #2
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Can ya cancel anytime or are ya locked in?
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14-06-2020, 20:42   #3
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Now TV have an offer currently for their sports packages.

€23 per month for the Sky Sports package, €17 per month for the Sports Extra package (BT Sports & Premier Sports). Works out as a 45% discount.

The offer is for the first six months, renews at full price after that, which is €39 per month for Sky and €34 per month for Sports Extra.
I just checked website and full prices shown no sign of offer, where do I find it?
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14-06-2020, 20:43   #4
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When is next season kicking off ? A good offer if there isn’t going to be a two month summer break this year..
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14-06-2020, 21:15   #5
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Would anyone share a sky sports pass €23 so €11.50 each a month, now TV allow 2 devices at a time so perfect to share I can set up account or pay someone.
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14-06-2020, 21:51   #6
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Is this available in UHD ?
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14-06-2020, 21:52   #7
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New customers only?
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Is this available in UHD ?
No, its not even full HD.
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14-06-2020, 21:57   #9
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Can ya cancel anytime or are ya locked in?
Looks to be cancel anytime, so should be able to get 1 months for €23 if you just want to cover the end of this season.
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15-06-2020, 00:19   #10
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New customers only?
Not new customers only. I signed up for the offer with an account that wasn't new anyway.
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I currently have sky but don’t have sports as it’s a rip off.

For me to take use of this NowTV offer id have to plug in the laptop to the tv via HDMI I’m guessing and stream through the now TV app on laptop?

Incredibly frustrating that Sky don’t have nowtv on their apps yet like they do with Netflix, Disney+, Spotify etc.

Sure do they not own them or integrated in some way now too?
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New customers only?
It may look like it may be new customers only initially, but when you click to add a pass at €39 to your account it is only looking to charge the reduced rate of €23 a month on the next page
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I currently have sky but don’t have sports as it’s a rip off.

For me to take use of this NowTV offer id have to plug in the laptop to the tv via HDMI I’m guessing and stream through the now TV app on laptop?

Incredibly frustrating that Sky don’t have nowtv on their apps yet like they do with Netflix, Disney+, Spotify etc.

Sure do they not own them or integrated in some way now too?
Why not buy the now tv stick in argos for €12 with 2 months of sky cinema included. It plugs straight into a hdmi slot on your TV.
If you have a smart TV then the nowtv app can be downloaded without buying the stick.
We have an LG smart TV in our main room with the app loaded on and just bought a stick for our old non-smart TV, it works over WiFi.
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I currently have sky but don’t have sports as it’s a rip off.

For me to take use of this NowTV offer id have to plug in the laptop to the tv via HDMI I’m guessing and stream through the now TV app on laptop?

Incredibly frustrating that Sky don’t have nowtv on their apps yet like they do with Netflix, Disney+, Spotify etc.

Sure do they not own them or integrated in some way now too?

https://www.did.ie/now-tv-roi-stick-...6738-16738-prd

€25 and includes 1 month sports and movies
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Picked up this last week which has a month of each for €25 (guessing new customers only)

https://www.did.ie/now-tv-roi-stick-...6738-16738-prd
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