Netting a Bargain: New customers get £50 per month off Sky TV
Jonathan Campbell rounds up the best deals on the web and the high street
- FANCY trying Sky with a £50-per-month discount for a year? If you haven't had Sky TV, phone or broadband in the past 12 months and you take out its new, premium Sky Q service, you can get this whopping saving of up to 60 per cent using a special promotion from consumer website www.moneysavingexpert.com.
The discount, valid only on the full package with sports and movie channels, brings the monthly cost down to £30 with a £15 set-up fee. Alternatively you can pay £42 per month and a one-off charge of £60 if you want the TV service in two rooms and a 2TB digibox instead of the standard 1TB version. The promotion is valid until 11.59pm on October 21. The discounted prices rise after your 12-month contract is up but at that point you don't have to stay so you can renegotiate or leave. Get the code and read the full terms and conditions at http://tinyurl.com/j5s9ee2.
- Argos has reduced this Sega portable console with 30 built-in games from £29.99 to £19.99. To make a reservation for in-store collection, go to www.argos.co.uk and search for item 381/1760 or use the quick link http://tinyurl.com/jk3ovn3.
- Debenhams is having a blue-cross sale until October 23. It's running in store and at www.debenhams.com. There's up to 70 per cent off womenswear, and up to 60 per cent off in the kitchen and home department. In the menswear, childrenswear and furniture sections, reductions drop as low as half price. Discounts are applied automatically at the checkout. Some products and brands are excluded, as are all concessions.
- Maplin has up to 20 per cent off selected CCTV, home security and smart home products until October 25. This Yale high-definition 720p wireless IP pan-and-tilt zoom camera is reduced from £119.99 to £95.99. Search for item code A75WB at www.maplin.co.uk or use the quick link http://tinyurl.com/guknsrb.
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