Households wishing to get Sky TV installed in time for Christmas must ensure they meet the ordering deadline.
Consumers hoping to take in all the latest film premieres and sports action over the festive period need to place their order by December 16th.
With Sky expecting a flurry of interest in the run up to the Christmas weekend, the firm cannot guarantee installation on any accounts created after this date.
UK consumers have every incentive to sign up for a Sky broadband and TV bundle over the next ten days.
While Christmas is sure to be all the more enjoyable with subscription television services, new customers can also get their hands on a £100 Marks and Spencer voucher.
The offer applies to all new customers joining Sky+HD and existing customers upgrading to Sky+HD online.
As well as a £100 gift certificate, subscribers also receive a Free Sky+HD box, which allows consumers to pause, rewind and record live television, and store hours of programming.
Customers also benefit from a free standard set-up, helping to keep costs low this Christmas.
Broadband bundle customers gain access to up to 20Mb download speeds - fast enough to support a range of advanced online services.
They can also take advantage of home phone and line rental services with a Sky landline.
The entry-level Sky Starter Pack includes TV, broadband and home phone services, and costs £20 per month plus £12.25 line rental.
Subscribers seeking an unrestricted usage allowance and an extra 50 TV channels pay £32.50 per month on the Unlimited Surfing plan.
Meanwhile, football and cricket followers can get full Sky Sports access for £40 per month – along with broadband and calls – on the Sports Fan package.