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Saskia
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F1 2022 season voucher

Love F1 and hoping to hear soon that NOW TV will offer a 2022 season voucher for all of the races which they did prior to covid. 

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Anonymous User
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@1pswich wrote:

 Could be worse, could've got no offer at all despite having it last year, no idea what's going on.


They’ve said on Twitter the offer is only for returning Sky Sports customers so that might be why you’ve not got it.

1pswich
Mentor

I am returning, I had it for 9 months last year during the F1.

Anonymous User
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@1pswich wrote:

I am returning, I had it for 9 months last year during the F1.


I have no idea then. The way they give offers to customers just seems completely random at times. Best you can probably hope for is another £25 for 3 months offer to come up.

1pswich
Mentor

To be honest I'll just give NOWTV a miss of that's the case to be honest, really dislike the way they go about offers and alike. Time to vote with my feet I think.

 

redchiz1
Elite 3


@1pswich wrote:

To be honest I'll just give NOWTV a miss of that's the case to be honest, really dislike the way they go about offers and alike. Time to vote with my feet I think.

 


And that is always the best option if you are not happy with what they offer. 

Mattd
Mentor

They've told me emails are been sent out upto the 18th and to look out for it. If it doesn't arrive contact them and they will look at what they can offer. 

Anonymous User
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@redchiz1 wrote:

@Anonymous User wrote:

@redchiz1 wrote:

And F1TV is not licensed for live broadcasts in the UK, for obvious reasons.


You should probably find a way to stop everyone using it then 😉


Me? Not my problem. This is a NOW forum, if you want to discuss dodgy ways of circumventing  broadcast restrictions I am sure there are plenty of alternative platforms.


I think the Now forum is the perfect place to discuss it. This way it allows those not getting a fair deal from Now to explore other options which they may not have been aware of.

redchiz1
Elite 3

I think proselytising nefarious means is probably against the community T&Cs.

Anonymous User
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@redchiz1 wrote:

I think proselytising nefarious means is probably against the community T&Cs.


I understand you don’t agree with it and it may be morally wrong but it’s perfectly legal. The use of VPNs in the UK & US is legal and the F1 TV Pro subscription is valid. Plenty have been using it legitimately for the last year.

redchiz1
Elite 3


@Anonymous User wrote:

@redchiz1 wrote:

I think proselytising nefarious means is probably against the community T&Cs.


I understand you don’t agree with it and it may be morally wrong but it’s perfectly legal. The use of VPNs in the UK & US is legal and the F1 TV Pro subscription is valid. Plenty have been using it legitimately for the last year.


Fair enough, I certainly can't be bothered to set up different payment methods and subscribe to a VPN for the sake of a few quid. 

gavs82008
Legend 5
Legend 5

@Anonymous User 

The use of VPNs are most certainly is legal and used by many including myself. Which I started using for Netflix only, over the last year or so I have HBO Max Spain and Paramount+ with Sweden. 

Think the point more is aiding other customers with the alternative that would push them away from NOW. Whereas it would be up to them to do a google search if they decided to shop for alternatives.

 

The terms and conditions can be found here.

 

https://community.nowtv.com/t5/About-the-Community/About-the-NOW-TV-Community/m-p/284771/highlight/true#M1964why

FYI that I do not work for NOW, just a NOW customer trying to help
Anonymous User
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@gavs82008 wrote:

@Anonymous User 

The use of VPNs are most certainly is legal and used by many including myself. Which I started using for Netflix only, over the last year or so I have HBO Max Spain and Paramount+ with Sweden. 

Think the point more is aiding other customers with the alternative that would push them away from NOW. Whereas it would be up to them to do a google search if they decided to shop for alternatives.

 

The terms and conditions can be found here.

 

https://community.nowtv.com/t5/About-the-Community/About-the-NOW-TV-Community/m-p/284771/highlight/true#M1964why


Fair enough but I can’t find anything in the terms and conditions that prevent discussion around alternate viewing options. I just think everyone is entitled to know what options they have outside of Now.

 

It’s also the case that this wouldn’t even be a discussion if Now had a set pricing plan without customer specific offers like every other streaming service.

redchiz1
Elite 3

@Anonymous User You must have missed this bit:

 

d) Discussions that veer off topic, are unrelated to resolving the issue at hand, are repetitive or campaigning, that promote products or services from other providers, or abuse any company or product;

Anonymous User
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@redchiz1 wrote:

@Anonymous User You must have missed this bit:

 

d) Discussions that veer off topic, are unrelated to resolving the issue at hand, are repetitive or campaigning, that promote products or services from other providers, or abuse any company or product;


I’m not strictly promoting a product or service from a specific provider. Either way, I’m going to continue making others aware of alternate options they may not know about.

Daveboy00
Observer

My sky sports sub finishes on the 19th March, I take it I won't be getting an email offer dammmmmmm😭😭😭

F1FanDan
Mentor

No email and nothing in My Offers here either. I would be a returning customer.

BigStu
Mentor

It’s a real shame if not everyone has the opportunity to take up this offer. I’ve had the F1 season pass and bought numerous days or months of Sky Sports before.

 

I’m also not particularly impressed with the increase of the day rate from £10 to £12, which is really £17 if you have the temerity to want to watch it in HD (which should be standard).

Ultrasonic
Mentor

The increase in the day pass cost from £10 to £12 makes the £18.99 per month cost look like a better deal of course.

 

I'm not sure why some are bemoaning the lack of an e-mail with the offer so far when it's been posted above that e-mails are being sent out until the 18th. That said, I'm pleased I got mine yesterday as I've been able to watch the Bahrain testing today as a result.

Anonymous User
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@Ultrasonic wrote:

The increase in the day pass cost from £10 to £12 makes the £18.99 per month cost look like a better deal of course.

 

I'm not sure why some are bemoaning the lack of an e-mail with the offer so far when it's been posted above that e-mails are being sent out until the 18th. That said, I'm pleased I got mine yesterday as I've been able to watch the Bahrain testing today as a result.


I’m guessing because they wanted to watch the Bahrain testing?

 

Also, for those that don’t get an email until late on the 18th, they will miss practice 1 & 2.

Eggiezc
Advocate

I haven't got an email so I have just messaged them and have been told...

"Its great to know that you are interested in watching F1 however, the offer which you are referring to is the account specific offer and is been sent by system to random customers.

So only the customers who have received the offer email for the deal will be able to take up the offer on their account."

I can't understand how NOW TV actually work and expect to keep customers....

1pswich
Mentor

Someone shared a link on HotUKDeals to a version of the email, it doesn't work anymore but it appears a number of people were able to take advantage of it. If anyone has signed up already or not planning too and would be prepared to share the link would be good to see if it works

 

(https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/all-11-sky-sports-channels-for-ps1899-per-month-normally-ps33...)