Anyone heard on the grapevine if there’s going to be a “pay up front” season pass this year for the footie?
Had a deal of sorts last year because of COVID and the potential for matches to be postponed, but it was a £25 a month rolling deal.
Previous years, there was a an upfront cost of £199 for a pass that covered the entire season.
Personally I would say it’s highly unlikely that any annual memberships will be back on the horizon for NOW.
Your best to keep an eye out for offers via email, in the offers section of the website and within your account.
Stick to what you get offered with on the NOW website.
Currently 3 months sport £25 per month
Or check out your account offers which tends to be the same as the general offers.
The only company that is doing “longer term” deals with NOW is BT, but that involves getting broadband with them.
When the world goes back to normal we might see annual memberships again, but we just have to keep going with what we get for now.
It’s a worse idea to share your account with a complete stranger. My accounts are shared within my close family and friends only.
At least with BT you get customer phone support for TV.
That being said I’m a BT customer for broadband only, but I having my NOW billed via NOW directly.
Haven’t paid full price for NOW in almost 3-4 years. That’s with discounts and annual memberships being applied.
I’ll wait until just before kick off to see if they match last years offer at the very least, which was the same £25 per month for 9 months rather than 3 to cover the season but with the caveat that you could cancel at any time if Covid caused a stop to fixtures.
With the situation looking less disruptive 12 months on, I’d expect that sort of deal to be matched at least.
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I'm sure HMRC would love a little look at your set up.
You are pushing for some random website that is clearly a scam.