Sky is going crazy with its Black Friday deals, there are huge discounts across many of its services and hardware, plus free TVs or games consoles when signing up to monthly packages.
Its Black Friday bundle deals even include an amazing freebie when signing up for Sky Q. Here are the deals you can sign up for as a new customer:
- Sky Box Sets Bundle with Sky Q 2TB Multiscreen (at £50 per month) and either a 43-inch 4K Ultra HD LG TV, Lenovo laptop, £150 voucher for Mastercard, Tesco or Amazon, or an Xbox One S
- Sky Box Sets Bundle with Sky Q 1TB box (at £38 per month) and either 32-inch LG TV, Lenovo laptop, £150 voucher, or an Xbox One S
- Sky Variety Bundle (at £32 per month) with either 32-inch LG TV, Lenovo laptop, or £150 voucher
- Sky Original Bundle (at £20 per month) with either 32-inch LG TV, Lenovo laptop, or £100 voucher
Existing customers shouldn't feel completely left out, there are also great deals on movie and sports packages. You can get a year's worth of Sky Cinema and/or Sky Sports for half price. Sky Sports costs £13.75 per month for 12 months, while Sky Cinema will set you back £9 per month for 12 months. Opt to have both and it'll only cost you £18 per month for 12 months.
Sky is also offering its broadband to standalone, non-TV customers for free and with a discount on line rental. You get 12 months free Sky Broadband Unlimited and line rental drops to £15 per month.
Now TV has plenty of deals too, with Now TV passes available from as little as £5 for three months for new customers:
- 3-month Now TV Entertainment Pass for £5 here
- 2-month Now TV Sky Cinema Pass for £5 here
- 1-month Sky Sports Pass for £25 here
New and existing Now TV customers can also get a Smart Box and several months of passes for half-price:
- Get the Now TV Smart box plus either 5-month Entertainment Pass or 4-month Sky Cinema Pass for £34.99 here
The Sky Store also has up to 50 per cent off hundreds of movies and box sets and there's 50 per cent off all accessories, except for the Star Wars Sky remotes, which have a 30 per cent discount instead.