We’re giving away a 12 month Now TV Entertainment pass in our latest competition.
As the sixth season of Game of Thrones kicks off on Sky Atlantic, we’ve teamed up with Now TV for our latest competition, which will see one lucky winner getting a year’s worth of free Sky entertainment channels, a prize worth over £80.
Now TV is Sky’s on demand streaming service for customers who can’t get (or don’t want) a full Sky TV subscription at home, but would like to occasionally stream some of the best content Sky has to offer.
A Now TV Entertainment pass (£6.99/month) gives you access to channels including Sky 1, Sky Living and Sky Atlantic, home to shows including The Simpsons, Modern Family, Girls, The Flash,Elementary, South Park, Arrow, Scandal,American Dad!, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Veep, Silicon Valley, The Tunnel as well as the aforementioned Game of Thrones.
Also available on Now TV is the Sky Movies Pass subscription (£9.99/month), which lets you access streams and catch up content from all 11 Sky Movies TV channels. Recent additions to Sky Movies include Southpaw, Jurassic World, Gone Girl, Get On Up and Mad Max: Fury Road.
Live streams of Premier League games can also be accessed with a Sky Sports pass, which is available in a daily (£6.99/day), weekly (£10.99/week) or monthly (£31.99/month). If football’s not your thing, you’ll also be able to watch live streams of Formula 1 races, European Rugby Challenge, IPL cricket, PGA golf and many more live sports and news across seven live streams.
To be in with a chance of winning 12 months’ worth of Now TV Entertainment action, all you need to do is head over to our Now TV page, scroll to the bottom of the screen, enter your contact details and answer a simple question.
The competition is open from today and runs until Friday, May 27. Please make sure to read and check the terms and conditions before entering. Do not post any answers in the comments below – this will not see you entered into the competition. One winner will be selected at random and contacted privately and all judges’ decisions are final. Good luck!