Black Friday may be over, but that doesn't mean there are no more deals to be had on broadband and TV packages, with Sky the latest to introduce new offers for the run-up to Christmas.
The firm is offering a discount of 40 per cent on its Sky Cinema package, as well as reducing prices for its fibre broadband and entertainment offers.
Customers can now add the full range of Sky Cinema channels to their deal for just £10 a month for an 18-month contract, down from the normal price of £18. The offer is available to both new and existing Sky TV and broadband customers, though new customers will also have to sign up to the Sky Entertainment bundle, which costs £20 per month.
As well as over 1,000 movies available to watch on demand, this year, Sky is also bringing what it claims is its biggest and best-ever collection of classic Christmas films to the service, from Home Alone 2 and It's a Wonderful Life to Die Hard, as well as a new premiere every day.
The latest films set to arrive on the service in December include family musical The Greatest Showman, Steven Spielberg action movie Ready Player One and superhero blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War, which is Sky's big Christmas Day premiere.
Meanwhile, Sky has also reduced the price of its Sky Fibre Unlimited and Sky Entertainment TV and broadband package to just £40 a month, plus a one-off installation fee of £9.95.
This comes with an 18-month contract and offers average download speeds of 36Mbps, over 300 entertainment channels, and the firm's latest Sky Q 1TB set-top box.