Sky has brought back its offer of £50 cashback across the entire broadband range, from 17Mbps standard speed up to 76Mbps Fibre to the Cabinet.
This cashback comes in the form of a prepaid Mastercard that Sky send to you after you’ve switched to Sky broadband and the new service is up and running.
The card itself is loaded up with £50 and you can spend this both in stores and online.
Words of warning
- Sky TV and broadband deals bundled together don’t include the £50 Mastercard, so it’s not a cheap way to get your Sky TV fix.
- Just be aware that Sky has this offer open across all its deals – including ones that DO NOT come with unlimited data usage.
It’s very rarely worth saving money by picking a deal that is not unlimited as the charges can rack up dramatically if you go even a small amount over your limit.
- Our advice? Never choose a broadband deal that’s not unlimited, no matter how much you think you might save.
£50 cashback offers with Sky broadband
The cheapest Sky deals start at £20 a month for standard speed broadband, with download speeds up to 17Mbps.
While these deals work well for those who just need to get online to read emails and go on Facebook, they’re probably not suitable for homes with more than two people trying to get online at once, or those who stream a lot of Netflix boxsets, game online or stream Spotify incessantly.
You can add any kind of calls package you want, if you still use a landline phone.
Just watch there’s a £9.95 up front fee to pay these offers below.