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40% off Now TV box packs in Black Friday sale

NOW TV launched its new set-top box that offers both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity earlier in the year and the sales mean you can pick one up for £14.99 along with a bundle of passes, rather than the standard price of £24.99. The 40% off sale ends at 23:59 on Monday 30th November 2015.

The content bundles on the NOW TV site are 2 days of Sports passes or 2 months of Sky Movies or 3 months of the Entertainment pack. For those who already have a NOW TV subscription you can still buy the hardware packs and add the coupon codes to your existing account.

Amazon appears to have a wider range of bundle options available i.e. four months of Sky Movies plus box for £19 or six months of Entertainment for £19, which works out cheaper than buying the same period of passes individually each month.


I picked up a 1st Gen box with 2 months movie pass for £6 the other day, was tempted to get two but thought it would be a bit greedy and theres offer more a less constantly anyway

  • generallee94
  • over 5 years ago

There are better NOW TV offers from Tesco Direct - £19 for the new black NOW TV box with either a 4 months Sky Movies Pass or a 6 months Entertainment Pass.

  • binary
  • over 5 years ago

Sorry, I've just reread the article and I see that the bundle deals from Amazon that are mentioned are exactly the same as those from Tesco Direct.

  • binary
  • over 5 years ago

I got one from work today, Sainsburys, £15 for the box and three months of entertainment, that is a good price to be honest. I also had another 20% discount on top from work, so a good deal

  • zyborg47
  • over 5 years ago

Got one of the new black ones for £10 last night in flash sale on Amazon

  • tazz_uk
  • over 5 years ago

Got black box and 6 months entertainment voucher for £19.99 from Currys.

Will give black box to friend.

  • nadger
  • over 5 years ago

BBC3 tends to attract a small niche market audience. I think enough people will watch it and it could help drive the demand for HS Broadband

  • Bob_s2
  • over 5 years ago

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