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This phenomenal Sky Glass Black Friday deal still hasn’t been beaten

We’ve been searching the web for the absolute best Black Friday deals for Sky Glass over the past few weeks, and this £33 per month (and £10 upfront) package remains the cream of the crop.

For those unaware, Sky Glass is a fantastic bundle that sees you bag a 4K smart TV, along with a Sky TV subscription. There’s no need for a satellite on top of your roof either, with this form of Sky TV using your Wi-Fi connection instead.

Sky Glass already proved to be an excellent option for paying for a TV via monthly instalments rather than one large upfront fee. Yet, Sky has made it even more of a bargain by offering a 43-inch Sky Glass television, Sky TV and Netflix bundle for just £33 per month and £10 upfront fee on an 18-month contract. With this package normally costing £40 per month, Sky claims you’ll be saving over £125 by opting for this Black Friday deal. 

Pay just £33 per month for Sky Glass, Sky TV and Netflix

Pay just £33 per month for Sky Glass, Sky TV and Netflix

Looking for a new TV as well a Sky TV package? Then you won’t find a better deal than this, as a new Black Friday sale has made a bundle consisting of a Sky Glass TV, Sky TV subscription and Netflix for just £33 per month and a one-off £10 upfront fee.

  • Sky
  • Save over £125
  • Now £33 per month (plus £10 upfront fee)
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Sky Glass is a 43-inch 4K television with support for HDR and Dolby Atmos and all of the streaming capabilities to run Sky TV over your internet connection instead of a satellite. Sky is allowing customers to pay for this 4K TV over the length of an 18-month contract rather than one large fee upfront. 

The Sky TV subscription will also gain you access to plenty of popular TV channels, including Sky Atlantic, Sky Max, Sky Comedy, Sky Nature and Sky Documentaries. You’ll need to pay extra for Sky Cinema, Sky Sports and so on, but this is still a great starting point for the money. 

The basic tier of Netflix is also included in the £33 subscription, granting you access to popular TV shows and movies such as Stranger Things, The Crown, Squid Games and more. 

Is Sky Glass worth buying?

Sky Glass Elvis 4K HDR Vivid
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Sky's first TV aims to transform the home viewing experience


  • Great content library and interface
  • Better sound than TVs at its price
  • Stylish looks
  • Vivid mode improves HDR performance


  • Still some blooming and artefacts with content
  • Expensive for the UHD/Atmos experience
  • Needs plenty of bandwidth for all the features

Is the Sky Glass television actually worth buying instead of the alternative options from the likes of LG, Panasonic and Sony? When we reviewed it back at launch, we gave it a 4 out of 5 rating. 

In our verdict we said: “Consider Sky Glass for what it is rather than what it’s not and there’s a good experience to be had. The interface is greatly accessible, the Vivid mode improves the HDR performance, though the price has gone up. Sky Glass fulfils a bit more of its potential to earn a recommendation, but there are more talented sets available, especially where HDR is concerned.”

If you’re willing to put the time and effort into research, you likely will find a TV with a better 4K picture, especially when HDR is factored in. But Sky Glass excels at convenience, especially if a Sky TV subscription is a priority. 

Looking for a different deal?

If you’re keen to have Sky TV running through your internet instead of a satellite, but are already happy with the television that you own, then Sky Stream is the perfect alternative. 

Sky is currently offering Sky Stream for just £19 per month on an 18-month contract, so make sure to check this deal out before the Black Friday sale comes to an end. 

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