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Best Sky Deals for February 2024: Watch the latest entertainment for less

Treat yourself to a world of must-see home entertainment with our round-up of the best Sky deals available right now.

When it comes to deciding what to watch after a hard day’s work, we’re truly spoiled for choice. More so than any other time in history, the abundance of options out there is truly staggering. On top of terrestrial TV and the big domestic companies like ITV and the BBC, you’ve also got a seemingly neverending stream of content from online only services like Netflix, Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus and Prime Video.

As if all that wasn’t enough, you also have to consider how you’re actually going to access these channels and services. You can nab a high-end TV with access to these apps from the jump, or bring a streaming dongle into the mix to give modern day trimmings to an older set. There’s a lot of configurations to run through, but it’s really the last thing anyone wants to deal with when all you really want is to kick back and be entertained.

To that end, Sky offers a simple way of cutting above the noise by including all of the above in one accessible UI. For the ultimate all-in-one package, Sky Glass is the way to go as these TVs boast great sound and picture quality whilst utilising Sky’s interface as its native operating system.

If you’re happy with the TV you currently have and just want to introduce all the benefits of Sky to your home then Sky Stream is the better option. This tiny streaming box can easily sit below, alongside or even hidden nearby your TV, whilst offering tons of entertainment in return.

For anyone also in the market for a new handset upgrade, you can check out our guides to the best iPhone deals and best Samsung Galaxy deals to save a hefty bit of cash. Alternatively, we also collate the best air fryer deals for anyone ready to hop aboard the bandwagon and see for themselves how convenient air fryers can be.

Sky Glass Deals

If you’re looking to go all-in on Sky and upgrade wholesale from your existing entertainment set-up then Sky Glass is the way to go. Aside from looking pretty stylish in its own right (with a range of colours and sizes available), Sky Glass offers up the most-hassle free means of seeing what Sky has to offer – no need to hook up any external devices as the software’s all built-in.

Sky Glass, free for 3-months

Sky Glass, free for 3-months

The 43-inch Sky Glass set can now be nabbed for nothing during the first three months of an 18-month contract when you add Sky TV and a Netflix subscription.

  • Sky
  • 3-month offer
  • Then £28/month
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Sky Stream Deals

Gone are the days of needing to set up a satellite dish to enjoy all that Sky has to offer as the company’s finally embraced the world of over-the-internet streaming with its Sky Stream configuration. Customers who sign up for Sky Stream will receive the mini Sky Puck streaming box that can be plugged into your existing TV via HDMI, and after a short set-up process, you can dive straight into the latest must-watch shows and films.

Sky Stream 1-Month Free Trial

Sky Stream 1-Month Free Trial

Now’s your chance to see the countless hours of entertainment offered by Sky Stream, all without spending a penny for the first-month of use.

  • Sky
  • Cancel anytime
  • First month free
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Sky Stream with Sky Sports bundle

Sky Stream with Sky Sports bundle

The perfect bundle to catch all the biggest games and matches throughout 2024, plus you’ll have access to Sky TV channels and Netflix with ads.

  • Sky
  • £20 for the first month
  • Then £48/month
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Sky’s incredible broadband and entertainment bundle

Sky’s incredible broadband and entertainment bundle

Sky Stream + Broadband + Netflix + Sky Entertainment for just £13 in the first month? That’s quite the deal on an 18 month contract.

  • Sky
  • £13 for the first month
  • Then £41/month
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Sky Broadband Deals

Any chance to save on your broadband package is worth shouting about, and one of the benefits of signing up with Sky Broadband is that the company regularly offers up bundles that throw in entertainment packages to enjoy with your high-speed internet connection.

Sky Full Fibre Broadband Deal

Sky Full Fibre Broadband Deal

Sky’s super-fast 100Mb/s broadband is now just £37.50 a month for the first 18-months of your contract, getting you incredible speed for less.

  • Sky
  • Was £38
  • Now £37.50/month
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Sky’s incredible broadband and entertainment bundle

Sky’s incredible broadband and entertainment bundle

Sky Stream + Broadband + Netflix + Sky Entertainment for just £13 in the first month? That’s quite the deal on an 18 month contract.

  • Sky
  • £13 for the first month
  • Then £41/month
View Deal

Sky Upgrade Deals

If you’re an existing Sky customer looking to add even more channels to your current plan then there are a few exclusive deals available for you to make use of.

Sky Sports F1 Deal

Sky Sports F1 Deal

Perfect for catching up with all things F1, Sky customers can now tune in to the latest races for just a fraction of the cost.

  • Sky
  • Was £18
  • Now £15/month
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Sky Sports Upgrade Deal

Sky Sports Upgrade Deal

If you want to add Sky Sports to your existing package then this deal is just the ticket, letting you make use of a lower £22/month extra rate for 18-months.

  • Sky
  • 18-month offer
  • Just £22/month
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Sky Cinema Upgrade Deal

Sky Cinema Upgrade Deal

The Sky Cinema package just got even better as it now includes Paramount Plus at no extra cost, as well two free Vue Cinema tickets each month.

  • Sky
  • Includes Paramount Plus
  • Just £12/month
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What to watch on Sky this month

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, the talk of the TV world right now is the long-awaited return of HBO’s gritty crime drama, True Detective. This fourth season, running with the subheading ‘Night Country’, is taking the series back to its roots with a clear-cut murder mystery that could end up ruffling a ton of feathers by the end.

Not only does this newer season include the undeniable star power of Jodie Foster as the formidable Chief Liz Danvers, but it’s also set against the unforgiving backdrop of arctic Alaska which, for the duration of the series, sees no sunlight whatsoever.

Elsewhere, now is probably the ideal time to catch up with (or even rewatch) the Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon, as its second season is set to drop later this year. The show is an absolute must for any existing fans of GoT but if you missed out on the popular series completely, it’s not much of an issue as House of the Dragon’s storyline takes place hundreds of years prior to Game of Thrones.

For something that delves a bit more into horror, HBO’s adaptation of the hit video game, The Last of Us, is always worth diving into. Not only is production for the show’s second series currently afoot, but the show is starting to get its due during the ongoing awards season, and given just how well the show captures the emotional story of its source material, the praise is definitely warranted.

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