FINALLY, Game of Thrones season 8 is here – and you can watch it on the cheap with Now TV.
We’ve rounded up the best Now TV deals and offers for April 2019, and we explain how you can even watch Sky’s no-contract streaming service for free.
What is Now TV?
Like Netflix or Amazon Video, Now TV is a telly streaming service that lets you watch TV shows and movies.
It’s owned by Sky, and also features a host of Sky’s best live channels – including Sky Atlantic, which is where you’ll find Game of Thrones.
Now TV is designed to be a no-contract alternative to Sky, that you can pay for on a monthly basis and cancel at any time.
And you buy select packages – like Entertainment, Cinema, Kids or Sport – so you only need to pay for the exact content type you want.
Now TV can be accessed on many TVs, consoles, phones, tablets and set-top boxes – as well as by purchasing a Now TV box or streaming stick.
Watch Game of Thrones season 8 online – get Now TV for free
To watch Game of Thrones on Now TV, you’ll need to purchase the Entertainment Pass.
This gets you the Sky Atlantic live channel, as well as a back-catalogue of content – including earlier Game of Thrones episodes.
You can get a Now TV free trial that lasts for seven days, which you’ll be able to access here:
- Now TV free membership (seven days) – click here
Of course, you’ll only be able to use the trial as a new customer. If you’ve used the trial previously, you’ll have to pay.
The other bit of bad news is that this won’t take you through the entire season 8 – you’ll get one or two episodes, depending on how you time it with a purchase today.
Alternatively, you could wait until the air date of season 8’s final episode on May 20, and watch all six then.
Best Now TV deals, offers and vouchers
Now TV is actually great value for money as a service, so paying for a membership isn’t a bad idea.
The Entertainment Pass bought directly from Now TV costs £7.99 a month, which you can get here:
- Now TV Entertainment Pass for £7.99 a month – buy now
You’ll need two months if you want to watch all of the episodes live as they air, which will cost you £15.98 in total.
Another option is to pay £2 more for a three-month membership, which is currently on offer for £17.99.
That means you’ll save about 25% overall:
- Now TV Entertainment Pass (3x months) for £17.99 – buy now
However, GAME is selling a Now TV Entertainment 3-month pass for £12 if you buy digitally, so that may be a better option:
- Now TV Entertainment Pass (3x months) for £12 – buy now
Another option is to bundle in Sky Cinema with Sky Entertainment, and pay for a six-month multi-package.
This deal – only available to new customers – costs £56.99, which is a 52% saving on the full £119.88 price.
- Now TV Entertainment + Cinema bundle (6x months) for £56.99 – buy now
You can also get a six-month Entertainment Pass on its own for £27.99, which is 42% off the full price:
- Now TV Entertainment Pass (6x months) for £27.99 – buy now
If you’re a student, it’s possible to get three months of Entertainment for just £5.
Simply sign up with your .ac.uk email address to get a huge saving:
- Now TV Entertainment for Students (3x months) for £5 total – buy now
Buying a physical Now TV box or stick is also a good way to get the service, as an Entertainment Pass is often thrown in.
Amazon is selling the Now TV Smart Stick with a two-month Entertainment Pass for £14.79:
- Now TV Stick with Entertainment Pass (2x months) for £14.79 – buy now
And you can also get the Now TV 4K Smart Box with a Sky Entertainment, Sky Cinema, Sky Kids and Sky Sports pass for £36.99:
- Now TV 4K Box with four passes for £36.99 – buy now
If you spot any other great Now TV deals, let us know in the comments.
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All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.
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