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Cancelling Sports, How much will I save?

winka45

Prominent Member
With the Footy over Im thinking of canceling the Sports package I have, I currently get all sports channels and SSHD1,2,and3 (also Im on the full movie package, so pay about £60 for everything). Just wondering how much of a difference in price it will be, also is Rush HD part of the sports package?
Cheers
 

tvdavid

Prominent Member
I dont have the sports but still get Rush HD.
Also I think it will be around £15 a month?
 

BrianMc

Established Member
With the Footy over Im thinking of canceling the Sports package I have, I currently get all sports channels and SSHD1,2,and3 (also Im on the full movie package, so pay about £60 for everything). Just wondering how much of a difference in price it will be, also is Rush HD part of the sports package?
Sports = £17 Movies =£17 Sports+Movies = £24

So, if you just cancel Sports you will save £7

No - RushHD is part of the SkyHD package - which everyone paying the £10/month for HD channels gets.
 

mattclarkie

Distinguished Member
I cancelled Sport and Kids and saved a grand total of......

.....£8.

Didn't even cover the cost of the HD sub.
 

tvdavid

Prominent Member
IF you dont want the music channels you can get rid of them to and save another £1

I did.

You also still get a few others.
 

SteveBM

Established Member
I phoned Sky last night with the aim of cancelling the Sports channels for the summer. I just have the Sports package only.

They offered me Sports for £4 per month for 3 months, so I accepted that.:thumbsup:

If you're going to cancel, might be worth being very polite (as I was!) and playing very dumb (not difficult!) and seeing what they offer.
 

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