Sky has launched an attractive new offer for households signing up for a premium broadband and TV package.
The satellite TV and internet service provider (ISP) is offering free Marks & Spencer vouchers to households registering for a subscription television package.
Households registering for any bundle with a Sky+ HD facet are entitled to claim a £100 voucher, while those taking out Sky+ services can take advantage of a £50 gift certificate.
The offer applies when customers sign up for a Sky+ TV bundle over the internet, and is limited to one per household.
All M&S vouchers will be sent out by the ISP via recorded delivery within 45 days of activating your viewing.
For consumers seeking a £100 voucher, Sky+ HD packages are available from a monthly fee of £29.95 per month over a 12 month contract.
The entry-level Sky+HD with Broadband and Talk offers one of six Sky TV entertainment packs, the HD Pack, up to 20Mb Broadband Everyday Lite and evening and weekend calls to UK landlines.
For £37.75, subscribers can add one movie pack worth £8 to their deal, enabling them to tune into the latest UK film premieres.
At the top end of the market, consumers paying £62.25 per month receive all six entertainment packs, the HD pack, Sky Sports and Sky Movies.
Up to 20Mb broadband and free evening and weekend calls are again included.
Subscribers to all three Sky+ HD packages receive a free Sky+HD box, a free standard set-up online and a £10 upfront payment, which is deducted from their first bill.
However, UK households have just one week to decide whether to take advantage of the broadband offer.
Sky is withdrawing the M&S voucher promotion on Thursday June 23rd 2011.