Sorry bud Now TV has ditched the annual passes, most likely due to Covid and the hassle they had with extending passes etc.
Any offers will be based on your account. If you go to “my offers” within the passes section, you’ll see a red banner for “offers”
This will change constantly and most times you check this out the offer will change or just disappear, so take screenshots if you see one that you think is worthwhile.
Also the “offers” part of the main site will show what standard offers are available.
Well my £20 one month "membership" (plus £3 for HD) ends on Monday morning, the day after the Austrian GP as planned.
I've seen 4 race weekends live with excellent picture quality and no streaming issues.
(My ISP is NOT Sky or Now)
On a price per race basis, that's £5.75 per race weekend in HD - absolutely fine with that!
£34 per month from here on plus another £5 for HD.
£39 per month when I only want F1 ??? One word - NO !!!
… there is an email offer…
NOW Sports Membership offer, £19.97 a month for 3 months: Offer ends 13/07/2021. ‘Over 40% saving’ is against the price of the NOW Sports Membership at full price (£33.99 a month). Membership auto renews at standard price after 3 months unless cancelled (currently £33.99 a month). You can cancel anytime. Offer not available to customers with a NOW Sports Membership, unless you are in the last 30 days of your offer. Offer lost if you cancel your NOW Sports Membership before the last month of the offer period. One offer code per person and can only be used once. There is no cash alternative to the code, all codes are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Maybe i am weird but I really think the Sky F1 team has really done a excellent job on commentating and the extra shows etc they produce. I think the Sky F1 deal has been good for F1 fans in U.K. yes we have had to pay but then you have to pay for any Sports Coverage really in the U.K.
Yeah but not £35 a month good. The race feed comes direct from F1 anyway, it's just commentary and the before and after which is nice but I could live without......Sky and Now quite simply charge too much..... three times the price of Amazon Prime and Netflix is just a joke frankly especially when millions of people are struggling after the past year.
@Anonymous User while I appreciate some people only want to watch the F1, the £33 a month is for 11 channels of sport not one.
As for comparing NowTV with Amazon and Netflix, this comes up all the time.
Netflix don't show live content let alone live sport so no comparison.
Amazon Prime Video has very little in the way of live sport in comparison to NowTv. They also have in excess of 100 million subscribers and with all the other business interests Amazon has, they can afford to offer things at a much lower price. You'll also notice Amazon charges extra for add on channels (they've just purchased the rights to La Liga TV and charge £7 a month extra for it) so you can easily go from £8 a month to £30+ a month.
Good for Sky and it's 10 channels of sport I have no interest in watching. You can defend all you want but Sky/Now have a doomed economic model that is becoming too expensive for hundreds of thousands of previous customers. F1 audiences are massively down.
Save over 25%: Compared to standard Sky Sports Month Pass price (£33.99pm). Sky Sports Month Pass £25 a month for 3 months: Offer ends 08/03/2021. When offer period ends, Sky Sports Month Pass auto-renews at £33.99 unless cancelled. You can cancel anytime. Offer not available to customers with an active Sky Sports Month Pass, unless you are in the last 30 days of your current offer. Offer lost if you cancel your Sky Sports Month Pass before the last month of the offer period
i suspect the current multiple pass offering from Now TV is doomed. Entertainment just about holds it own with Amazon, Netflix and Disney, but due to lack of new movies Cinema is not particularly compelling. They should be combined.
Sport has a nice monopoly on certain events and enthusiasts like me will pay for the passes even if it’s just to watch a hurling game during the summer.
The good thing for F1 fans is they have a 24/7 channel for their money and don’t have to get any other subscriptions. I pay for a GAA dedicated channel (GAAGO) but still have to pay for the odd exclusive game on Sky. Football is worse having three different providers.