The Black Friday bargain-train is on full steam ahead as retailers begin dropping massive discounts and deals on a bunch of great products, but Sky may have taken the biscuit with this great offer that will net you a free 4K TV.
You read that right, Sky is giving out a free 43-inch Ultra HD LG TV to customers who sign up to their Black Friday Bundle right now.
You will need to have your phone at the ready to talk to a customer support member to get this deal, but boy is it a doozy.
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If you sign up to a new 18 month contract with Sky, you will be given; Sky Entertainment, which has more than 300 channels (including Sky Atlantic for all you Game of Thrones fans out there); New Ultimate On Demand which has dozens of Sky box sets and Netflix; Sky Cinema with more than 1,000 movies on demand; Sky Q in Ultra HD with a 2TB box; and then you are also given a free 43-inch 4K LG TV – worth £399 – for just £55 a month.
There are set-up fees when you buy the package over the phone, and there will be a £9.95 delivery charge on all your goodies once they have been dispatched, but other than that, you will have hours of entertainment on a brand new 4K TV.
As mentioned, you will need to call them up on 0800 7591409 to get your hands on this deal, standard mobile charges will apply.
But that is not all Sky is offering for Black Friday. You can save money on a Sky Soundbox to go with your new 4K TV too.
The Soundbox has been reduced from £299 down to £220 for Sky customers, and will last until November 30.
As usual, Sky is dishing out discounts on their streaming services, letting you get access to Sky Cinema for just £10 a month.
Films like The Greatest Showman, Darkest Hour, The Shape of Water, and Ready Player One are all available to watch right now.
Or, watch the best sporting action on Sky Sports from £18 a month.
Finally, you will need a decent internet connection to enjoy all this new content on. Sky is giving you Superfast fibre broadband for just £25 a month (£9.95 one-off cost), to keep you trucking through hours of content.
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