Consumers who are contemplating switching to a Sky TV, calls and broadband bundle should have the date of September 23rd fixed in their minds, when two current offers are to be withdrawn.
Just ten days remain for households to take advantage of the firm's free Sky+ box set offer, which sees new subscribers given a complementary premium TV unit.
With a Sky+ box, viewers can pause and rewind live TV, record and store up to 185 hours of content, auto record entire series and tune in to high definition programming.
However, after September 23rd, they will be required to fork out extra for the box should they wish to optimise their televisual experience.
Sky has also been offering a complementary £25 Marks and Spencer voucher to customers taking out a Sky package with a Sky+ box, or £50 for those choosing the Sky+HD option.
This offer is also being withdrawn in ten days time, meaning consumers need to take action if they wish to take advantage of either offer.