Spring is coming!
We’ve had the first spring of the year but, as is traditional with UK weather, I’m expecting it to turn a lot colder before we finally get to the summer months.
So, maybe it’s better to say Winter is Coming!
If you’ve heard that phrase before but never took the plunge to watch the series or you started Game of Thrones in the past, but didn’t manage to watch the whole thing, now may be your lucky day.
NOW TV offer
NOW TV is currently running a deal where you can get 2 months of Cinema, Entertainment or Kids TV for the price of one.
You’re able to get a 7 day free trial; then you’ll get half-price access.
Series 1 – 7 of Game of Thrones is available to watch right now on NOW TV.
From 15 April, series 8 will be available to watch/binge watch.
With this offer, you will get 3 months of Entertainment with access to 300 box sets for just £17.99 (saving 25%)
Perhaps you’re not really into Game of Thrones, but prefer the movies?
That’s ok too.
You’re able to get over 1,000 movies on demand for just £23.99 for three months (saving 33%).
If your kids rule the TV (and you’re sick of reruns of Peppa Pig), why not look to mix things up with a cheap NOW TV offer.
You can get 6-month access to the Kids TV pass for just £14.99 (saving 37%).
Anything you need to know?
These deals are for new NOW TV customers only.
If you don’t want to continue with the service after the offer is up, it’s easy to cancel NOW TV as you’re not tied into a contract. Just head into your account, and cancel. There is no contract, and you can cancel at any time.
After the deal is up, you’ll enter into a rolling pre-paid monthly payment.
Free NOW TV Trial
So, yeah, it’s fine having to pay and all that, but what if you didn’t have to?
There are plenty of ways to get cheap and free NOW TV trials.
Cheaper TV generally
You may also want to look at how much you’re paying out for your TV package.
It’s amazing how quickly the costs add up, and you may well find a better package if you did a little hunting around.
Take a look at these cheaper alternatives to Sky, Virgin and BT.
It may be the perfect excuse to ditch your expensive TV package.