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Sky logoFREE Amazing Spider-Man download & DVDEveryone can get this freebie, not just Sky customers.


If you go online to the Sky Store, you can get a free digital download and DVD copy of the 2012 blockbuster movie The Amazing Spider-Man starring Andrew Garfield. You don't need to be a Sky customer - just create a free Sky Store account (or sign in if you have one already).

You can watch the digital version - either streaming or downloaded - on up to four compatible devices, including PC/laptop, tablet etc, and, if you're a Sky customer, you can send it to a compatible Sky box. The DVD copy should be sent to you in the post.

We asked Sky when the offer's due to end and we were only told it's available "while stocks last" - so if you want it, go quick as it could vanish at any time.

Important: You may be required to give payment details, but should not be charged anything for this totally free movie. Check the price is displaying as '£0.00' - if not, something's gone wrong.

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Expired Deals

Sky logoSky Store free film rental - deal postponedIt's been postponed due to technical problems at Sky's end


If you saw a Sky Store free film rental deal here on Tue 25 Jun, sadly it's been postponed due to technical problems at Sky's end.

Sky told us it won’t be honouring any codes that have been claimed but not redeemed.

Any future campaigns will be treated separately and everyone will have the same chance at getting a code next time around.

We’re hopeful it will return and we'll let you know when it does in our weekly email.

Sky logoBroadband & line rent £190 for 1yrPlus claim £75 prepaid Mastercard. Newbies only


Until Sun 4 Dec, newbies to Sky (or those who left 12+ months ago) can get its unlimited up-to 17Mb broadband discounted to £15/mth on a 12-month contract.

Plus, you can claim a £75 prepaid Mastercard. Anyone who already has any other Sky service or takes Sky TV at the same time won't be eligible for this offer.

See our Cheap Broadband Deals page for full info.

Sky logoSky TV get 'free' TV, laptop, Xbox One SOr £100/£150 Amazon or Tesco e-voucher/prepaid card


Until Sun 4 Dec, new Sky customers (or those who left it 12 months+ ago) who go via our special link and order a TV package can (depending on which package you choose) get either an £100/£150 Amazon or Tesco e-voucher or a prepaid card, an Xbox One S, laptop or a 32/43" TV.

The Cinema, Sports and Complete bundles are also discounted by up to 29%. A one-off compulsory £15 set-up fee applies.

See our Digital TV Deals page for full info.

Now TV logo£15 Now TV box (incl 2mths free Sky Movies)*Norm £25. Stream Sky films, TV or sport - no contract


Now TV box dealsIf the cold weather's got you curled up on the sofa and you'd love to watch Sky Movies but don't want a 12-month Sky contract, you can get a Now TV box plus two months' Sky Movies, or an entertainment pass, for £15 (norm £25). 

You can get it at this price in store or online at Currys*John Lewis*Argos* and Sainsbury's*, though if ordering online only Currys has free delivery.

What do you get for £15?

  • Now TV box and remote control. The box plugs into your telly's HDMI port and connects over WiFi to enable streaming on TV. You can watch Now TV without this if you've a smart TV, or do it via your computer/tablet.
  • Choose the box you want. It includes ONE of the following, all activated by creating a Now TV account and using a code supplied with the box...
    • A two months' Sky Movies pass - norm £9.99/mth if bought separately. Lets you access 1,000+ movies on demand, older films as well as new releases.
    • three months' Sky Entertainment pass - norm £6.99/mth if bought separately. Watch 13 live channels, eg, Sky Atlantic, plus 'box sets' to stream on demand.
    • Two 24-hour Sky Sports passes - norm £6.99/day if bought separately. Stream all seven Sky Sports channels on any days when there's a match/event you don't want to miss.

IMPORTANT: With a Sky Movies or Sky Entertainment bundle, after the initial free months, you'll automatically be charged a monthly subscription until you cancel. You can cancel at any time by signing in to your Now TV* account and pressing the 'Cancel Pass' button.

Argos says the offer will end on Fri 15 Jan, while at Tesco it'll run until Sun 24 Jan. We'll be able to update this page with other retailers' end dates once they confirm.

Sky logoSky b'band & line rent £216/yr + £100vch£17.98/mth equivalent for Sky newbies only


Until Mon 30 Nov, newbies to Sky (or those who left 12+ months ago) who take its £17.40/mth line rental can get its broadband free on a 12-month contract.

So if you take the standard broadband, the line rental, and the £6.95 router p&p, the total over the 12-month contract is £215.75, equivalent to £17.98/mth.

Plus, you can get either a £100 M&S or Tesco voucher, £100 on a prepaid card or a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, 7" tablet (RRP is £159). Anyone who already has Sky TV or takes it at the same time can't get this deal.

See our Cheap Broadband Deals page for full info.

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Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!

Skint? ask:
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  • Can I afford it?
not skint? ask:
  • Will I use it?
  • Is it worth it?
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There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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