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Sky offers 30% discount on TV bundles plus £25 reward

Thursday, March 24th 2016 by Cable.co.uk

Sky has slashed the price of its TV packages by a third for one week only.

The provider is also offering a £25 choice of reward to new TV subscribers.

From now until midnight on Thursday 31 March, customers can sign up to Sky TV from £14 per month (previously £20) and receive either a £25 Tesco or M&S gift card or a £25 prepaid Mastercard.

This offer applies to all six Sky TV bundles: the Original (now £14), Variety (now £22.40), Family (now £26.60), Movies (now £26.60), Sports (now £33.25) and the Complete (now £56).

New subscribers can also add unlimited Sky broadband to any TV bundle for £5 per month for 12 months.

All bundles require a minimum 12-month subscription and a £10 one-off installation fee is also payable.

£50 M&S voucher with Family Bundle upgrades

Sky is also running a TV deal for existing customers. From now until Thursday 7 April, TV subscribers can upgrade to the Family bundle and get a £50 M&S voucher.

The Family bundle costs an extra £8 per month, depending on your existing package, and you will need to upgrade online to take advantage of this deal.

The Family bundle gives you access to more than 350 Sky box sets in HD, more than 65 entertainment channels including documentaries and kids' shows and the Sky Atlantic channel.

Following Sky’s price increase announcement earlier this week, anyone taking out a new TV bundle will see his or her monthly bill rise by an average of £2 per month from 1 June 2016. There are increases of between £1 and £4.25 per month, depending on the package you’re on.

This Easter weekend, Sky Store – Sky’s movie rental service – is inviting viewers to try Buy & Keep and get both a digital copy and DVD of Dreamworks’ animation movie Kung Fu Panda for free. Sky Store can be accessed without a Sky subscription.

Sky Movies is showcasing premieres of Inside Out and Jurassic World over Easter and is bringing back its Sky Movies Harry Potter channels. Viewers will also be able to watch all four Jurassic Park movies on the Sky Movies Jurassic channel – available this weekend only.

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