Sky affords a ridiculously low cost strategy to watch Sky Sports activities, however that cut price ends tomorrow

If you’re in the mood to watch the rest of the F1 season or keep an eye on the Premier League, then Sky may have the perfect fall treat. The television company’s streaming service NOW currently offers full access to Sky Sports for just £ 25 a month – a saving of over £ 8 off the usual price.

It’s also a lot cheaper than anything Sky’s standard satellite service has to offer. For example, if you want Sky Sports through the company’s Sky Q package, you’ll have to spend at least £ 51 a month and get a long 18 month contract, which makes it pretty expensive.

NOW doesn’t require customers to join for long periods of time as this latest deal only lasts three months. Then you are free to go.

There is also no need to stick a dish on the wall while all the sporting action is broadcast on your television via the internet.

The only thing you need to make sure is a reasonably fast internet connection and a smart TV or streaming device like a game console or Apple TV box.

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The NOW Sky Sports offer includes all channels, including Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Formula 1, Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Arena, Sky Sports Racing, Sky Sports Golf, Sky Sports Mix, Sky Sports Action, Sky Sports News, Sky Sports Main Event.

There’s even a month of Boost included from NOW, which is HD quality with the ability to watch on multiple devices at the same time. Anyone wanting to receive this package has to be quick as it ends tomorrow Sunday October 3rd.

If you’re not into football, golf, or Formula 1 then there’s another deal from NOW that is well worth a look.

The company is also offering its entertainment and cinema membership for just £ 9.99 – a 50 percent savings over the usual price.

Those who sign up also get a week of boost.

It’s a busy time for Sky. The company is hosting a major event later this week that could showcase a new television that would allow consumers to watch and record Sky’s content without a dish.

Rumor has it that a new internet-powered set-top box will store the records in the cloud and provide an easier way to access the company’s content. will be at the event on Thursday and bring you all the news live.

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