Get great deals on Now TV boxes with passes to suit every taste this Black Friday

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If you’ve been looking to pick up a streaming device, Black Friday is a great time to take the plunge. A service worth considering is Now TV, especially since several retailers are doing great bundles as part of their Black Friday sales. If you’re not quite sure what it is, Now TV is a non-contract Video on Demand service powered by Sky TV that’s an alternative to services like Netflix. 

The best deals on these devices at the moment are coming from Tesco and Currys

At Tesco or Currys you can pick up a Now TV box with 4 months access to Sky Cinema for just £19. Access to Sky Cinema means you’ll have 1000 movies to choose from, with 30 news ones added every month. Considering the boxes themselves usually sell for £14.99 and Sky Cinema access is usually £9.99 per month, this is a huge saving. 

Deals for Entertainment and Movie fans

If you’re less interested in movies and more inclined towards TV shows, you can pick up a Now TV box with a 6 month Entertainment pass at Tesco or Currys for £19. The Entertainment pass gives access to 250 boxsets and 11 channels including Sky Atlantic, MTV, and Fox.

Looking for something that’ll keep the kids entertained? Tesco is doing a NOW TV box with 4 months kids pass for just £14.99. The Kids pass gives unlimited access to a host of popular child-focused channels including Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon. 

These boxes usually sell for £14.99 on their own and the cost of individual passes can be as much as £15 for 2 months of Sky Cinema or £25 for 5 months of Entertainment, these are some great savings.

If you’re not sure Now TV is your thing, there’s always Amazon’s Fire TV devices and Google’s Chromecast which are making it cheaper and easier than ever to stream services like Netflix and Amazon video straight to your TV. 

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