Sky is offering new customers a free £100 Marks & Spencer voucher when they sign up for one of its Sky+ or Sky+ HD triple-play deals, as part of a limited-period, online-only promotion.
The £100 voucher offer comes with a string of broadband deals, perhaps the pick of which is the Sky Broadband, Calls and TV bundle.
This provides subscribers with download speeds of up to 14Mb and a 2GB monthly usage allowance over a 12-month contract for £21.50 a month plus Sky line rental at £14.50 a month.
Weekend calls to UK landlines are included through Sky Talk Weekends, as well as a Free Sky+ box, free standard set-up and the free £100 M&S voucher.
The bundle also comes with the Sky Entertainment Pack, offering 40 of Sky's most popular channels, including Sky Atlantic and Sky 1.
Sky is ramping up its content offering in the run-up to Christmas, recently bagging the rights to all the James Bond and Harry Potter films to boost the appeal of its TV and broadband deals.
Sky Movies subscribers are able to watch all 22 Bond films in high definition after Sky secured exclusive rights to the iconic 007 series from ITV.
Viewers will also be able to watch the series on-demand using the Sky Anytime+ and Sky Go services. The titles were made available to mark the 50th anniversary of the first Bond film, Dr No.
Sky also recently acquired the rights to show all eight Harry Potter films over winter, after signing a deal with Warner Bros.
During the three months they are being screened on Sky Movies, none of the Harry Potter films will be available on any other UK TV channels.