You can get £160 off your Sky bill with this simple trick (Image: GETTY • SKY)
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It’s no secret that signing up for Sky’s TV and broadband service isn’t exactly cheap. The lowest price for Sky Q starts from £26 per month and if you add broadband on top you’ll pay at least £33.
Sky also requires customers to sign up for 18-month contracts making this a big investment. Of course, those who do join will be treated to the award-winning Sky Q box which offers multiple recordings at the same time, voice controls and the ability to pause and rewind live TV. There’s also full access to apps including Disney+, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
If all that sounds enticing then there is a neat trick to get things a little cheaper – in fact, you can get up to £160 off your bill without any hassle. That’s all thanks to TopCashback with this site giving money back when customers sign up to its service and join Sky.
There’s currently £160 back when taking out Sky TV, broadband and Wi-Fi Guarantee.
Sky introduce their brand new streaming TV ‘Sky Glass’
Here’s how the nifty trick works: TopCashback operates all year and offers cash incentives to shop through its website. TopCashback receives a small commission for directing its readers to thousands of retail websites that it has partnered with, but instead of keeping that cash, TopCashback will pass on “100 percent” of its commission to you. This is where the cashback comes from.
So, if you want to join Sky and get money off simply sign up and you’ll get money back on your account.
Sadly, Top Cashback isn’t offering anything back when you sign up for Sky Glass.
This clever TV, which launched back in October, ditches the need for a dish with content now beamed to the big screen via a broadband connection. Recordings are all stored in the cloud meaning there are worries about a hard disk running out of space and owners even get a soundbar built in to help boost the audio.
If you fancy taking delivery of this television then you can sign up now with prices starting from £13 per month.
Want to know more about Sky Glass? You can read our full Sky Glass review here.