Virgin flash sale offers free gifts and deals

Virgin are sweetening up their deals so much you’ll get toothache!

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Tuesday, 29 October, 2019

HURRY!

Virgin Media have announced a flash sale running until Wednesday 30th October! The sale includes amazing new bundles and free gifts with certain packages. So if you’re quick you could grab an amazing deal and a couple of Christmas presents in one go!

It’s a complex set of deals for a very limited time so here’s a brief overview. Until 11.59pm this Wednesday, October 30th, Virgin will give you a free Amazon smart-home product or two with a variety of their bundles. The bundles contain both broadband and TV packages, some even include phone packages. The contracts are all 12 months in length.

What do you get?

Depending on the bundle you choose you could receive an Amazon Echo Dot or an Amazon Echo Show 5, a Ring Video Doorbell and 12 months of Amazon Prime! With bundles starting from just £28 per month, it’s accessible for everyone.

Virgin offer speeds starting from 54mbps up to a whopping 362mbps so there are packages suitable for any household. A lower speed package might be nice for elderly parents teamed with an Alexa. However, teaching them how to use it would be on you!

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Don’t want Alexa?

Those who aren’t bothered about getting free Amazon products can swap the free gift out for bill credit. So you could replace the Echo Dot for £50 bill credit or the Echo Show 5 for £125 bill credit. This means customers could potentially get over £200 off your bill! That’s an incredible saving towards your first year’s bills – for some houses that’s like free water for the year!

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Whatever you decide, it seems Virgin have come up with the perfect solution for Christmas for everyone. Free next day delivery for your presents from Amazon Prime. Superfast broadband for everyone to disappear into on Boxing Day. Free Alexa for Christmas music or party games for the family. Prime Video included in your Amazon Prime for all the Christmas films you need! Virgin TV bundles with over 270 channels!

Remember, though Virgin’s cable broadband network is widely available, but not everywhere – so be sure to check your postcode below.

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Natalie Dunning is a freelance writer and Media Psychology researcher based in Manchester.

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