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The Premier League season starts tomorrow, and to celebrate, Now TV is offering 10 per cent off its selection of Sky Sports Passes.

The Day, Week and Month Passes are discounted, so you can watch all the action for less.

The discount sees the Day Pass reduced to just £6.29, the Week knocked down to £9.89 and the Month down to £33.99.

The deals expire on September 30th and are only offered to new Now TV customers.

Now TV is Sky's streaming service that offers content without a contract. As well as the Sports Passes, customers can sign up to the Entertainment Pass (£6.99 a month) which gives you access to 11 channels like Sky 1 and Sky Atlantic, the Cinema Pass (£9.99 a month) to watch all the Sky Cinema channels, and the Kids Pass (£2.99 a month) to access six children's channels.

You can watch Now TV on a range of devices including your TV, smartphone, tablet and laptop. If you have the new Now TV Smart Box, you can also sign up for a Now TV Combo, which offers broadband, TV and landline calls with no lengthy contract. Prices start at £27.98 a month.

Tomorrow also sees the launch of Sky's 4K service, to tie in with the start of the Premier League. 4K contains four times as many pixels as high definition, making for a much sharper picture quality. It's only available to Sky customers with the Sky Q Silver box and a 4K-compatible telly.

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