NOW TV offers Boxing Day and January discounts
VOD News | On 27, Dec 2016
NOW TV is joining the Boxing Day and January sales rush with its own wave of discounted packages.
NOW TV is a contract-free subscription service that, much like cord-cutting in the US, lets non-Sky customers in the UK access Sky’s TV shows and movies without the hefty price tag and 12-month commitment. The tactic has proven successful enough that NOWT TV has since extended its range of services from VOD streaming to include combo packages for broadband and telephone lines too.
For those who already have Internet in place, though, the streaming offers are the most appealing, putting the service far below the standard prices of both Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, the latter of which offered its own December discounts for Amazon Prime memberships.
An Entertainment Pass normally costs £6.99 a month, giving customers live and on-demand online streaming of Sky’s TV channels, including Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky Living and FOX. Current box sets include all of Westworld, Nashville Season 1 to 3, The Affair Season 1 to 3, The Walking Dead Season 7, Supergirl Season 1 and 2, The Last Dragonslayer, Twin Peaks Season 1 and 2, Deadwood Season 1 to 3, and Lost Season 1 to 6. NOW TV is offering three months of Entertainment for the price of one to anyone who signs up before 12th January – a saving of £13.98.
A Sky Cinema Pass normally costs £9.99 a month, giving customers live and on-demand streaming of the whole Sky Cinema catalogue, whether that’s as they’re broadcast on Sky Cinema’s channels or on-demand. New movies are added to the line-up every day, with this month’s recent premieres including The Jungle Book, Zootropolis, Deadpool, Kung Fu Panda 3, Hail, Caesar!, Midnight Special and (from 30th December) Captain America: Civil War. NOW TV is offering three months of Sky Cinema for the price of one to anyone who signs up before 12th January – a saving of £19.98.
Customers can take advantage of both deals, which means they can sign up to both Entertainment and Sky Cinema for three months, but only pay £16.98 for the first month (a saving of £33.96).
The good part? Because there is no contract, customers can then cancel their subscriptions before the end of the third month without having to pay any more money, which is useful for anyone planning to binge-watch Westworld before going back to work, or catch up on the latest season of The Walking Dead for under a tenner. For more information, hit the button below, or check out our reviews of the latest things available on NOW TV by clicking here.