I have the kids package but want to buy a 6 month pass instead of paying 2.99 a month but the website wont let me, keeps going to the kids tv page, will let me cancel my subscription but wont let me add it on, why is this?
@Stevedb79 Can I ask where you are seeing an option for a 6 month pass? Do you mean you have a voucher?
As far as I can see, at the moment there no multi-month Now TV kids passes currently available, the closes to this I've seen are these package deals:-
The only thing I can suggest that you contact help chat and asked if you buy a number of monthly Kids Passes will they combine all of them into one multi-month pass.
Help chat is available on the following URL:
13-11-2017 07:55 - edited 13-11-2017 07:56
It's hard to understand why anyone would spend time trying to get a small discount on something that costs only £2.99 for a month.
That is less than the price of one pint of beer at the local pub, for goodness' sake!
You know Wlat
A savvy consumer should take any opportunity to save money, to say small amounts don't matter is somewhat short sighted and takes no account of an individual's circumstances.
If retailers are able to bulk buy any chosen Now TV's passes at a negotiated discount and offer some of that discount to consumers, it would be ridiculous to ignore those offers because of some sort of old fashioned misguided notion.
I agree with both of you.
My mum has a saying. Can't remember the exact phrase but it is something like "count the pennies and you get pounds."
I can get a bottle of wine for £2.99 nevermind a pint in the pub.
The saying is actually, "Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves". It's one that I used to hear a lot when I was growing up, and when you look into it, it's a "Saying" that made common sense in past and it still makes sense today.
You know, you can ascribe a lot of different but similar meanings to this "Saying" but the one meaning I like is "Don't waste or spend your money frivolously".
@ukbobboy Thanks, I knew it was something like that.
She always advises "live beneath your means" but treats now and again don't hurt.