Sky kicks off Black Friday 2020 sale with big savings on TV, broadband and mobile

Kate Goodacre
·4-min read
Photo credit: Sky
Photo credit: Sky

From Digital Spy

Sky has kicked off its Black Friday sale with a couple of weeks to go before the shopping event – and there are hefty savings on a variety of its products.

With most deals running until Cyber Monday on November 30, a number of the brand's top TV packages are heavily discounted for the rest of the month. And there are offers on broadband and mobile, too.

Black Friday Sky TV deals

First up, Sky's flagship Big Bundle is reduced by a whopping £39.50 per month over an 18-month term. Usually priced at £106 per month for Sky Sports, Sky Cinema, Netflix, Sky Kids, HD, Ultra HD (yes, there's more than one type of HD) and Multiscreen, it'll cost £66.50 per month instead.

Setup costs for the Big Bundle vary and can be up to £40, and existing customers are encouraged to call 08007 591 263 to talk through options.

If you're just looking for Sky TV, Netflix and Sky Sports, you can save there too. Usually priced at £66 per month for an 18-month term, it's £42.50 per month during the Black Friday sale.

You can also get a third off the Sky TV + Sky Sports combo (was £60 per month, now £40 per month), and Sky TV + Sky Cinema is £34.50 per month instead of the usual £49 per month.

And you can save £8.50 per month on the Sky TV + Netflix package, which was £36 per month and now has a sale price of £27.50 per month.

Each package has setup costs and full details can be found here. Note that prices aren't fixed, so may change during your contract term.

Black Friday Sky mobile and SIM-only deals

Sky's standout Black Friday deals on mobile include a 30% saving on a couple of Apple iPhone 12 plans.

For example, the iPhone 12 (64GB edition) with 30GB of data is priced at £43 per month for Black Friday. That's if you take out a 36-month contract.

A similar offer is running on the iPhone 12 mini (64GB edition), which is priced at £39 per month with 30GB of data if you take out a 36-month contract.

Photo credit: Apple
Photo credit: Apple

And Samsung's Galaxy S20 FE 5G (128GB) is available on a 36-month plan with 30GB of data for £37 per month.

The company also rolls over any of your unused data into something called Sky Piggybank at the end of the month, and you can use it in 1GB data increments at a later date or cash it in for "selected rewards". Unused data lasts for three years.

You'll need to go through a few steps at checkout – first clicking on the handset you want, then choosing the amount of data you want on the following screen.

There are also SIM-only plans on offer, with the biggest discount on the 30GB data offering (usually £30 per month, it's now £15 per month in the Black Friday sale).

Black Friday Sky broadband deals

Sky has cut 30% off its mid-tier Superfast broadband package to mark Black Friday. If you sign up to an 18-month deal, you can get Sky Superfast Broadband (59 Mb/s average download speeds) plus Anytime calls for £25 per month.

The Ultrafast package (145Mb/s average download speeds) has also been bundled with Anytime calls for £35 per month on an 18-month deal. That's a saving of 20% on the usual price.

Shop Now Sky Broadband Black Friday offers

Broadband packages have a setup cost of £19.95, and note that prices aren't fixed so may change during your contract. Full terms are available at the bottom of the 'Sky Broadband' page.

If you're interested in combined TV and broadband packages, there are options on sale. For example, the Superfast broadband package can be combined with Sky TV over an 18-month term for £39 per month (usually £67 per month, so a hefty saving).

Full details of Sky's Black Friday sale, including terms and conditions for the various packages, are here.

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