We are all customers like you on the forum.
Your best option is to keep an eye on the offers part of the website.
And the offers section of your account.
At best I’m seeing is £25 a month for 3 months.
You could always jump onto live chat and ask staff directly. Make sure you click “chat online” within the green box and not “get help quicker” as this is a bot.
Thanks Gav. Previous years I’ve found the forum to be a great resource at this time. Conscious that some years they’ve offered it to some, but not to others so wondered if that had been the case this year too?
Also aware that this website says it’s not running but I can’t see anything official mentioned anywhere to validate this comment, and given it’s a broadband comparison site (and the £25 is available with broadband), I was sceptical about how reliable the info was: https://icomparebroadband.co.uk/news/sky-sports-season-ticket-pass-offer/
It was more down to other customers like you and me that provided any such information on offers. As you know NOW don’t tend to post on the forum saying here’s the deals we have going right now.
It’s a shame they no longer do the bulk purchases for memberships. As I did that every Black Friday to especially know that I’m sorted for a full year after paying out x amount.
I suspect there will be offers like the recent £9.99/month nearer end July as football season commences. I took the £9.99 offer, and cancelled it and got £19.99/month for three months. However I only got the membership for GAA and Rugby, so didn’t take up the offer,
@BeepBeepYeah I should give you a shout out of thanks as it happens. I too took out the £9.99 offer on the closing date of 30 June, very cheap for one month, well worth it just to watch today's British GP!
I took your hint to cancel and now have pretty much the first 3 months of the footy season covered at £19.99 a month, nearly until the break for the World Cup. At which point I will go again. 🙂
Hi, I have just joined the forum looking for information about any Sky Sports Deals this year.
I note that the current "Offer" in my account expires on 14/07/22, so I will be looking around particularly from 15/07/22 until basically the start of the Premier League, which is early this year on 05/08/22.
I think they usually bring out such deals around that 1-3 weeks before each season starts, even if they don't always advertise them very well (like last year...I just saw somebody mention it on HotUKDeals, and I got the season / year pass for £200 I think it was).
So, yes, I would say keep an eye out from 15/07/22, and hope there is some deal or other, as £33 a month is way too much.
Nothings really been “announced” for deals. Best I can advise is to keep an eye out as I mentioned in my post earlier in the thread.
Jump onto live chat and speak with staff although they might not know of any up coming offers.
I've got a feeling if they were gonna offer say £25 per month for 6 months ? I think they would have done so by now.
The Championship and Scottish football start on friday night and the horrible over-priced offer of £33.99 per month is all I can see !
I guess it's Au Revoir to Sky 😞
NOW Sports Month Membership just £25 a month for 3 months: Offer ends 14/07/2022. You pay £25 a month for 3 months of the NOW Sports Month Membership instead of the usual selling price of £33.99 a month. Offer available via the nowtv.com website to new NOW members. When offer period ends, NOW Sports Membership auto-renews at £33.99 a month unless cancelled. You can cancel anytime.
I had an offer for full Sky Sports at £25 for 6 months, which has now expired so full price is £33.99. However I saw an offer for £25 for 3 months recently, clicked it, and yet my next payment is still £33.99. Any idea why?
Bad enough that sky have yanked up the boost price if there are no offers they will end up push customers into piracy in the current climate, pure greed by them.
Been a customer since 2012 but will be off, they can't justify such high prices. They deliberately over bid for sports rights then pass on the price to consumers rather weathering the costs from a business they are already making a handsome profit from...