The best Sky TV deals, packages and Sky Q offers February 2021 Sky TV deals

If you’re looking for the best current deals for Sky TV in the UK, you’ve come to the right place.

We keep a keen eye on the latest and best Sky TV packages to make sure we’re always recommending the best Sky deals currently available. So if there’s a Sky TV deal to be had, you’ll hear all about it here.

Sky was running some pretty sublime offers towards the end of last year, which have now come to an end. But there are still some eye-catching offers on that you can take advantage of.

And if you’re looking to add a Sky broadband deal with your TV bundle, we’ve got you sorted there, too! 

Step 1: Start with the basic Sky TV package

Everyone who signs up for Sky TV has to begin with the basic Sky package. From there you can add the extras like Kids channels, Movies and Sky Sports etc.

We’ve outlined this basic package for you below so if you’re planning on opting for the cheapest option, the below deal. For everyone else, you can scroll down and pick from the latest deals on Sky Q, Sky Movies, Sky Sports etc.

The great news is that even the basic ‘Endless Entertainment’ plan comes with Netflix bundled in. So you’re already benefitting from thousand more boxsets and films.

Sky TV | £49 setup fee | £25 a month
The baseline to your Sky TV experience, pay £25 a month and get a whole lot more than ‘basic’ in this package. With over 100 channels, including Sky One, Sky Atlantic, and Comedy Central, this also sets you up with over 500 boxsets to binge your way through.

This includes sensation shows exclusive to Sky like Chernobyl, old favorites like Modern Family, as well as new Sky Originals such as A Discovery of Witches.View Deal

Step 2: Check for relevant Sky TV deals

If you want to check out all of the latest Sky packages you can go straight to the Sky website. But most people that aren’t satisfied with the basic plan are likely to want a combination of three add-ons: Sky Sports, Sky Cinema or Sky with Broadband.

For the biggest savings, you have to go all in with a Sky TV and broadband deal. So if you’re able to switch broadband provider then you’re in the box seat for the best deals.

The good news for everyone is that as a new customer, once you purchase a Sky TV package, the Sky Q 1TB box comes as part of the bundle. So you don’t need to worry about having to purchase the device separately. While if you’re wondering what a Sky Q is, just keep reading as we explain this all below.

Sky TV & Netflix | £20 setup fee | £25 a month
Cheaper than keeping your subscriptions separate, right now you can combine your Sky and Netflix at no extra cost and get even more for your money with an additional library of TV shows and movies to binge your way through, all accessible via your Sky box. Pay a one-off charge of £20 to set up and away you go.
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Sky TV + Sky Sports | £20 setup fee | Additional £50 a month
This maxed-out Sky Sports package brings live Premier League football, Test cricket, major golf and so much more to your living room and mobile. Now with a £5 discount, add the Sky Sports package on for an additional £25 a month and enjoy all the usual Sky channels, plus access to exclusive football, F1, golf, NFL, cricket and much, much more.
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Sky Sports, BT Sport and Movies | 18 months | £20 set-up | £63 a month
For a little bit more, you can take the awesome package above and add a sprinkling of BT Sport to the mix. Football, golf, cricket, rugby, boxing, NFL, NBA, WWE, UFC… it really has it all. Oh yeah, and a boatload of films to enjoy, too.
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Step 3: Select your add-ons

Sky TV deal add-ons are much easier to understand since the reshuffle. Better yet you get to customize and create your perfect Sky TV package, this is ideal for new or existing customers.

Sky TV in HD | £5 a month
This is one of the most essential add-ons to any Sky TV package. If you have a HD TV, you’ll want to upgrade to HD and enjoy your content with five times more detail than the old standard definition pictures. View Deal

Ultra HD + HD | £9 a month
So you may be asking, what’s the difference between HD and ultra HD? Well according to Sky, with Ultra HD you’re getting “four times the detail of HD”. Plus, it gives you access to watch Netflix on four screens rather than just two. So if you want the best screen quality, we recommend getting this add-on. View Deal

Multiscreen | £13 a month
This is ideal for anyone who wants to be able to enjoy Sky on multiple devices. With this add-on you can watch Sky on up to four different devices in your home.View Deal

Sky Sports | £25 a month
Watch live action from all 8 Sky Sports channels, in HD as standard (you’ll get 4K if you’ve selected the Ultra HD add on), with the Complete Sports pack. It’s a pricey add-on so it might be worth going to the Sky TV website and checking if they have any bundles or packages with the add-on to see if it comes out cheaper.
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Sky Cinema | £11 a month
With a new premiere every day and over 1000 other films to choose from, the Sky Cinema is great for movie fans. You’ll be spoilt for choice with this add-on, with plenty of movies from Aladdin, to Bad Boys, Crazy Rich Asians, Venom and many more!
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BT Sport | £24 a month
Thanks to BT’s latest TV packages, you can now get the best of both worlds. So why not subscribe to this add-on for £25 a month and get access to all four BT Sport channels? You’d be getting access to exclusive Premier League games and every match of the UEFA Champions League!
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Sky Kids | £5 a month
A mere fiver a month grants access to over 4500 episodes on demand. There’s more though as there are also 10 live channels. Don’t worry about them hogging the TV though as you can also have up to 10 individual profiles on the Sky Kids app with shows tailored to the age of your little ones.
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What is Sky Q and do I need it?

Sky Q is a subscription that allows you to seamlessly stream and record in 4K , across multiple screens (depending if you purchase a 1TB or a 2TB Sky Q box). To access Sky Q you need a Sky Q 1TB or a Sky QTB box. If you need more information make sure you check out our Sky Q review.

All basic Sky TV packages come with a Sky Q subscription but this doesn’t include HD – for an extra £5 per month you can get HD.

Now if you’re deciding if you should pick between a Sky Q 1TB or a Sky Q 2TB box all we can tell you is that the 2TB box costs start from £50 (one-off) but they do come with a few benefits. These include being able to record six shows at once instead of three, while watching a seventh, you’d also get the fancier Sky Q Touch remote control, an extra tablet allowance, and you’ll be able to enjoy select channels in Ultra HD.

And if you don’t want it to be all or nothing there are also options to buy a 1TB Sky Q box and a mini box. Whichever you decide to get, we recommend visiting the Sky website to check out all the Sky Q boxes options and pick the ideal one for you.

What HD Channels do I get on Sky TV?

Sky’s basic package gives you over 300 channels, including TV’s familiar favorites such as BBC One, ITV, Channel 4, MTV, Sky Atlantic, Comedy Central and many more!

In terms of HD, with all packages you get at least the standard free to air HD channels. To be honest you also get a fair few of these with standard Freeview HD. If you sign up for Sky Sports, there’s no longer an extra fee to be paid to get them in HD as the channels now show in High Definition by default.

And if you get the extra HD add-on for £5 a month you’d be getting 35+ all Sky channels in HD! Below, are all the channels that come in HD without the added £5 a month.

  • BBC One HD
  • BBC Two HD
  • BBC Four HD
  • BBC News HD
  • CBeebies HD
  • ITV HD
  • 4 HD
  • 5 HD
  • NHK World HD
  • RT HD

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