Wait until August, but latest offer is £20/month, so fingers crossed it may be as good as that.
I have had this deal for a couple of seasons - Once I paid up
front, but last year I was charged monthly.
Contacted help desk yesterday who:
a) offered me a three month deal (but the contact understood when I declined on the basis that I did not wanted to be stuck in a three month deal, and thereby locked out of new deals, during the offer period of a season deal.
b) that, it is still too early and once the deal is available I will probably get an email, though I should keep checking the offers page.
Sounds exactly the same as last year and the timing is good as I don’t want the deal to start until the season kicks off.
Any deals will on your account only. Recently I had an email offer for £25 a month for 3 months.
There hasn't been a season offer since pre COVID.
Even with the last season there wans't a season offer. At best its the 3 month discounts that will vary between £25 and £25.
Both of which for me are far too steep to make me consider taking out sports.
What I was getting at with the "season" offers is that they used to be bulk payments where you paid 12 months of sport for £xx.
Whereas as all that NOW offer are discounted monthly prices where you are charged monthly.
And that brings me back to my previous point of pre COVID. As pre COVID during black friday you were able to bulk pay for sports.
Since COVID it is just monthly payments for 3/6/9 months. Purely to save them paying out large chunks of money in refunds.
I spoke with someone on the live chat a couple of days ago, I asked about any promotion for the season and he had no idea lol I tried again with someone different and they just said check my emails or account which will show any promotions.. he didn’t really confirm or deny any promotions, just gave generic answers
the fact the season kicks off in 3 days and no one has heard anything makes me think there may be no promotion this season
I would not worry just yet. In the eyes of Sky, the season does not begin in 3 days. It begins when the first premier league match is played which, I think, is Brentford Arsenal on Friday 13th.
OK the season started late last year, but I did not get my offer until 2nd September.
about 45 mins ago.
Offer is £20 per month for 10 months, payable monthly. 10 months makes sense as season starts earlier.
Signed up immediately and interestingly, it looks like it is a GENERAL public offer of which I just got a personalised heads up as a former customer. I say that because when I went to pay, the system asked me if I was a new client (and offered to sign me up) or an existing client and required me to sign in.
So,I am signed up and all I now have to do is to remember to cancel my auto renewal after the May 2022 payment is taken in order to avoid rolling on at the full price.
Text of email was:
“John, stream every Sky Sports Premier League game with your exclusive Sports Membership offer - just £20 a month for 10 months - cancel anytime.
Catch the latest signings and England heroes in the battle for survival, Europe and the title. Also stream the action from the Women’s Super League, EFL, SPFL and more.
Don't miss out - offer ends 23.59 11th August”
The small print:
Offer ends 11/08/2021. Offer available to lapsed NOW Members that have received a unique code via email. When offer period ends, NOW Sports Membership auto-renews at £33.99pm unless cancelled. You can cancel anytime. Saving based on comparison with standard monthly price of NOW Sports Month Membership Offer lost if you cancel your NOW Sports Membership before the last month of the offer period. Offer excludes existing NOW TV customers currently billed by a third party such as Vodafone/Apple or BT. Offer not available to purchase via iOS or Apple TV devices. You can only have one NOW Sports Membership in your account at any one time.
Says only available to lapsed members, but when I followed the link, did not ask me for my ‘personal code’ and did offer to sign me up as a new member.
But note that:-
Offer only available to eligible customers who have received the email.
Oh look, people spamming about a dodgy site again! That didn't take long!