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Sky Sports TV Deal: This email will save you £180 off your bill

February 12, 2018 9:20 AM
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Sky Sports TV Deal: This email will save you £180 off your bill

Sky TV customers could save themselves a nice wedge of cash thanks to this new Sky Sports TV Deal revealed by the television company easier this week.

The first thing to note, is that it appears this offer is only applicable to existing customers. So apologies to anyone not currently with Sky looking for a fantastic new customer offer.

If you are an existing customer, you're in luck. Sky has been sending out emails to offering ALL EIGHT Sky Sports TV channels for just £15.

As a reminder, that includes: Sky Sports, Sky Sports F1, Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Golf, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Arena.

To put this into context, it's £3 less than Sky's existing and cheapest Sky Sports TV Package. However, that package will only give you one of those eight channels.

If you wanted the full eight, you'd actually be paying £20 a month on an 18-month contract, or £27.50 a month with the Complete Sports Pack on a flexible 31 day contract.

Sky do say that to take up the offer you'll need to start a new minimum term on your Sky TV subscription for, but there's also offering you this Sky Sports TV offer for up to three years (standard pricing will apply thereafter).

All in all, this means you'll save yourself £180 if you stick with the offer for the full three years.

If you've scoured your email account and not been able to find anything in your main inbox or junk mail, then don't give up hope.

As Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has mentioned on countless times, sometimes all you need to do is call up and haggle.

Follow the link above and you can also find 16 top Sky haggling tips to help you, should you not find that all important email.

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Source: dailystar.co.uk

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