Sky+ now cheaper ...but wot about early adoptors?

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  1. Respectamonkeee

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    Glad to sky Sky dropping there price's on there hardware but are they going to give a loyalty bonus to peps who bought their "+'s" when they came out????

    They gave a discount on subscription when they started giving digi box's away last time........


    wouldnt mind a fiver knocked off the sub now........

    spose there more chance of pigs flying;)
     
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    Would be nice .

    If they do though i will be on the next pig out of the uk :rolleyes:

    I allways seem to buy everything just befor any sort of reduction is made . Never mind though:(
     
  3. Respectamonkeee

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    i paid £300 for a digi box and 2 weeks later they were free....


    but such is life:eek:
     
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    Was it a standalone SKY digibox and not part of an installation deal? That's the only reason I can think of for somone charging £300 for hardware SKY were selling for £160 in 1998.

    As for the new SKY+ deals, aren't subscribers who get the £200 price subject to a 24 month minimum subscription period?
     
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    Well I bought Sky+ from a local independent the day before the offer started. I was totally gutted.

    I'm now in the process of a Barclaycard Price Promise claim to see if I can claw back £100!
     
  6. Respectamonkeee

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    tbh i paid £300 when it had been out for about 6 months.....but i was still in my 1st yr subs when it went free......


    Amstrad box as well...my m8 had a pace box for free........mind you he has my Ammy now as his pace gave up the ghost a while ago
     

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