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Do we have to pay for 'Succession' on Now TV?

I notice that on Virgin we have to pay £2.49 per episode to watch 'Succession', or £23.99 for a whole series. Do similar charges apply to watching it on Now TV, or is it free to people with an entertainment pass?

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Re: Do we have to pay for 'Succession' on Now TV?

@milco @ukbobboy 

 

A very good thing about NowTV, as with Netflix, is that once you have subscribed to the service (Netflix) or the Pass (NowTV), you can watch anything that you see offered at no further cost. (With a nod to @ukbobboy and his semantics).


Whereas on Amazon, unless you pick only from the ‘Free with Amazon Prime‘ lines, you are likely to get something that costs extra.

 

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Re: Do we have to pay for 'Succession' on Now TV?

Hi @milco 

 

If you have a NowTV Entertainment Pass and a suitable device to watch it on, then Succession Seasons 1 & 2 is covered on your Entertainment Pass without paying any extra fees.

 

https://help.nowtv.com/article/what-devices-can-i-use-to-watch-now-tv 

 

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@milco 

 

Hey Milco

 

If you have an Entertainment pass in your Now TV account then you can watch any show that comes under the heading Entertainment, and Succession does.

 

 

UK Bob

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Re: Do we have to pay for 'Succession' on Now TV?

That's great news! The only reason I asked the question was that we had a Now TV entertainment pass about three months ago (to watch 'Save me too') and when I checked the Now TV guide at that time I am sure there was a charge per episode to watch 'Succession'.

 

Anyway, if it is free to people with an entertainment pass then I will renew! 👍

 

Thanks.

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Re: Do we have to pay for 'Succession' on Now TV?

Hi @milco 

 

Once you have a NowTV Entertainment Pass and if the TV show and relevant Seasons are available on the NowTV service, then there is no additional charges per an episode.

 

You are not confusing NowTV with Sky Store which is a separate service ?

 

Just make sure you have a suitable playback device or devices to watch NowTV on, where the Virgin Media boxes don't support NowTV playback.

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@milco  @schnapps 

 

Hey Milco

 

You said, "if it is free to people with an Entertainment pass then I will renew!".  Well, to tell you the truth,"Free" is not the word I would use, simply because you have to pay for the Entertainment passes you use, still I guess it's just semantics.

 

 

UK Bob

 

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Re: Do we have to pay for 'Succession' on Now TV?

@milco @ukbobboy 

 

A very good thing about NowTV, as with Netflix, is that once you have subscribed to the service (Netflix) or the Pass (NowTV), you can watch anything that you see offered at no further cost. (With a nod to @ukbobboy and his semantics).


Whereas on Amazon, unless you pick only from the ‘Free with Amazon Prime‘ lines, you are likely to get something that costs extra.

 

And don’t even get me started on the other sharks out there.


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