Sky has launched a new deal offering £100 credit for new pay-TV subscribers signing up with the service provider for the first time.
The TV, home phone and broadband provider is running the special promotion for the next four days, up until Monday December 16th.
This is the deadline for Sky TV orders if households want to have their set-top box installed and activated in time for Christmas Day.
Sky is offering £100 account credit on a number of different packages, including the Original Bundle with Broadband Lite.
The entry-level TV and broadband package is priced at £21.50 per month plus line rental.
Subscribers can take advantage of up to 16Mb download speeds and a 2GB monthly usage allowance, along with a free router and free set-up.
Original Bundle subscribers also receive inclusive weekend calls to UK landlines.
In terms of TV services, they can access 40 premium channels, plus on-demand and catch-up content.
A free Sky+HD box is included with the broadband deal, allowing viewers to pause, rewind and record live TV.
Sky is also offering £100 account credit with a number of premium TV packages, including the Sports Bundle with Broadband Unlimited.
Again, customers can download at up to 16Mb, but this time they are able to take advantage of an unlimited monthly usage allowance.
Inclusive weekend calls also come as part of the deal.
Subscribers receive a free Sky+HD box and have access to the Sky Entertainment and Sky Sports packages.
The latter enables viewers to watch live Barclays Premier League and UEFA Champions League football, Formula 1, Majors golf and international cricket - including the ongoing Ashes series - plus much more.
Sky's Sports Bundle with Broadband Unlimited deal is priced at £51 per month plus line rental, which costs £15.40 per month.