Sky has revamped a number of its popular broadband deals, and is now offering a £50 voucher to triple-play bundle customers.
Households signing up for a broadband, home phone and TV bundle with the service provider have the opportunity to get their hands on an M&S gift certificate.
The voucher can be used to make significant savings on a host of items at the high street store, including homeware, clothing and food.
Sky Unlimited Broadband, Calls and TV subscribers can take advantage of the deal, as can those signing up for Broadband, Calls and TV Extra, Broadband, Calls & Sky+HD Extra TV, and Unlimited Broadband, Calls & TV Extra.
Also included in the £50 gift certificate offer are the Sky Broadband, Calls & Sky+HD Movies TV and Sky Broadband, Calls & Sky Sports TV premium bundles.
Sky Unlimited Broadband, Calls and TV is priced at £23.75 per month, for which consumers receive a free wireless broadband router, off-peak calls, a free Sky+ box and a choice of TV pack.
Subscribers can take advantage of up to 20Mb download speeds and an unlimited monthly usage allowance.
Should they wish to take TV Extra - which costs £32.50 per month - households receive 333 TV channels and access to the Sky Anytime on-demand service.
UK households with limited need for the internet can take out a cheaper package - Sky Broadband, Calls and TV Extra - which offers a full channel range, off-peak calls and up to 20Mb download speeds, but with a 2GB usage allowance.
Sky Broadband, Calls & Sky+HD Extra TV offers the same deal, but with a free Sky+HD box and a HD channel pack for £35.25.
Meanwhile Sky Broadband, Calls & Sky+HD Sports TV offers 20Mb broadband speeds, a 2GB usage allowance, a free Wi-Fi router, off-peak calls, 282 TV channels and the Sky Sports pack - all for £40 per month.
And for £51.25 per month, Sky Broadband, Calls & Sky Movies TV offers the same broadband and calls features, 333 channels and the Sky Movies and HD packs.