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Sky Black Friday deals: save 50% on Sky TV packages

Sky Black Friday deals: save 50% on Sky TV packages
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If you've been thinking about splashing out for Sky TV, the Sky Black Friday deals might just push you over the edge – and if you take the plunge right now, you'll have to splash a little less cash.

You can get up to 50% off Sky TV packages, with a variety of TV bundles available to enhance your entertainment offering. Seize the opportunity now and you can save up to £31.50 per month. 

Sky TV Black Friday deals – 50% off all Sky TV packages (opens in new tab)
Get 50% off every TV package when you create your perfect TV bundle, starting with Sky Entertainment.

Sky TV – Black Friday Mega Bundle £85 £53.50 (opens in new tab)
The very best of Sky TV, all together in HD, featuring every Sky Sports channel, over 1000 movies on demand, Sky Box Sets and Netflix. Save £31.50 per month.

Sky TV – Entertainment + Sports + Cinema £67 £42.50
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Live sport across 8 channels in HD, plus over 1000 movies on demand. Save £24.50 per month.

Sky TV – Entertainment + Sports + Cinema £67 £42.50
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Live sport across 8 channels in HD, plus over 1000 movies on demand. Save £24.50 per month.

Sky Q is the best entertainment offering around right now, combining top-flight sports, the best drama and comedy from the UK and US, and the biggest films before they reach other services, and much of it in 4K too. 

And now it offers Netflix, giving you a host of original content and an exhaustive library to binge your way through.

Now you can supercharge your viewing without emptying your bank account.

Black Friday deals from around the web

Sky TV – Entertainment + Sports + Cinema £67 £42.50
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Live sport across 8 channels in HD, plus over 1000 movies on demand. Save £24.50 per month.

Sky TV – Entertainment + Sports + Cinema £67 £42.50
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Live sport across 8 channels in HD, plus over 1000 movies on demand. Save £24.50 per month.

Joe is Content Director for Specialist Tech at Future and was previously the Global Editor-in-Chief of What Hi-Fi?. He has worked on What Hi-Fi? across print and online for more than 15 years, writing news, reviews and features. He has covered product launch events across the world, from Apple to Technics, Sony and Samsung, reported from CES, the Bristol Show and Munich High End for many years, and provided comment for sites such as the BBC and the Guardian. In his spare time he enjoys playing records and cycling (not at the same time).