Sky cuts prices AGAIN with deals saving TV customers HUNDREDS - but offer ends ...

Sky TV deal offers great saving to customersSKYSky TV deal offers great saving to new and existing customers

Sky has got another money-saving offer which could save you hundreds of pounds.

Last month Sky announced a deal for new subscribers that could save them a bundle.

The new offer sees the price of the Box Sets bundle drop from £38 per month to £25 per month.

Over an 18-month contract this will save £234 and it even includes access to the latest Sky Q set-top box.

The bundle includes access to over 55 channels and 350 Box Sets.

The deal is set to end midnight on Friday, but ahead of the offer drawing to a close Sky have extended the Box Sets saving to existing customers.

Current Sky TV customers can get the Box Sets bundle for £25 a month, a reduction on the usual price of £38.

Sky customers get the saving when they reconstruct their Sky TV package and a minimum 18 month subscription applies.

Along with the Box Sets deal Sky has also cut the price of the Variety and Original bundles with both getting money off their monthly cost.

The Original bundle is available for £20, as opposed to the usual £22 a month, for 18 months.

And the Variety bundle is down to £25 from £32 for 18 months for new Sky TV customers and for existing ones that are recontracting.

The deals are not available for existing customers of the aforementioned bundles.

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