Box set addicts take note. The Sky Box Sets bundle is coming down even further from £31 a month to £25 a month.
Sky recently cut the price of its premium binge-watching TV offer from £38 a month to £31 a month, so if you must have the latest top-rated shows from around the world, now’s the time to strike for an extra £6 a month off.
Be quick though – it’s only available for two days – from Tuesday 17 October to midnight on Thursday 19 October.
What you get
- 1TB Sky Q box. Record three shows and watch a fourth live, store up to 500 hours of standard definition TV
- 18 month contract
- 320+ channels. Includes Sky Atlantic, home of blockbuster drama including Game of Thrones, Tin Star and Westworld
- 55+ HD channels
- 350+ Sky Box Sets
- 4,500+ episodes of kids’ shows. The Sky Kids app for tablets is available for free with the Box Sets bundle. Features the latest shows across Nick Jr, Boomerang, Cartoon Network and CBeebies, from Adventure Time and Octonauts to Paw Patrol and iCarly.
Top shows on Sky Box Sets
Scandal – 5 seasons
A political thriller following crisis management guru Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) who is hired by her former boss – the president. The hot topic in the States right now with a president teetering on the brink of World War Three.
The Walking Dead – 7 seasons
The epic, edge-of-your-seat drama, police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) leads a group of survivors in a world overtaken by zombies.
Twin Peaks – 2 seasons
The original mind-bending thriller from surreal visionary director David Lynch. Starring FBI agent Cooper (a young Kyle Maclachlan) investigating the sudden death of teenager Laura Palmer and uncovering a hotbed of weird characters and weirder stories as the mystery unfolds.
The Night Of – 1 season
A heartbreaking and stunningly shot drama for which Riz Ahmed won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor. Also featuring the incomparable John Turturro, a public defender who comes across Riz caught up in the murder of a young partygoer in New York.
Fortitude – 2 seasons
A dark event rocks a remote Arctic town in this unmissable thriller. An all-star cast includes Christopher Eccleston and Michael Gambon, better known to younger viewers as Albus Dumbledore in the Harry Potter films.