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stevebigboots
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is now going to do F1 pass again for £20 pounds a month this year 2022

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gavs82008
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@stevebigboots 

It's generally a Sky Sports offer, as you get ALL channels as part of that. Currently 3 months of £15 a month is going around. 

 

Keep an eye on the offers section within your account and of the website itself.

https://www.nowtv.com/gb/account/membership/my-offers

https://www.nowtv.com/offers

 

FYI that I do not work for NOW, just a NOW customer trying to help
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gejandcj
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Shows how screwed up NowTV offers are - under the my offers section I get a massive 3 months at £25  month, yet in the main offeres section of the Now website it's currently 3 months at £20 a month.

They don't know their ###### from their elbow anymore. It's pathetic.

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schnapps
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It's worse for me where i am seeing £29.99 per month for three months on the NOW website when checking the NOW website with either MS Edge or Chrome on two different Android mobile devices.

 

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i can get the price reduced to 3 months for £25 per month if using a Private Window or InCognito mode with my internet browser.

 

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gavs82008
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@schnapps 

Pretty much the same as me to be honest. 

 

Have to admit the offers is just proving to be more hassle than what they are worth. Still boils down to an overall price reduction is what is needed for all memberships never mind sports. 

FYI that I do not work for NOW, just a NOW customer trying to help
Nickknack
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We get Now through BT and they are telling me we cant get the F1 deal. Other than opening another account- does anyone know a way around this?

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gavs82008
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@Nickknack 

By calling BT again and threaten to leave unless they can offer you the same deal. 

 

There isn't much else you can do unless you create another account, which is messy and causes headaches. 

FYI that I do not work for NOW, just a NOW customer trying to help
RoyB
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@Nickknack 

 

The considerable price of getting Now through BT is that you don’t get offers.

 

But the good news is that you can drop your BT TV subscription to one that does not include Now Sports, and then subscribe to Now Sports directly with Now, and get the offer.

 

You won’t be able to record the races, as you can with BT TV, which is a consideration.

 

But as long as you don’t mind that, you get the saving.

 

People do get in a tangle with multiple Now accounts, but usually because they don’t realise they have further ones opened; it’s no worse than controlling Now plus Netflix plus Amazon Prime plus Disney+, and so on.

 

One thing you may find, though, is that swapping between the two Now accounts on a single device is very clunky; it would pay to keep each account on a separate device (e.g. BT TV Now on a YouView box and Now direct on your smart TV or a Stick) and work things that way.

 

And think about whether you want Boosts on one or both…

Line 3. Overhead, without any fuss, the stars were going out…..
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