Sky is one of the major retailers taking part in Black Friday 2023 – with reductions in many of its popular divisions, including mobile, broadband and TV. The brand’s Bigger Black Friday event has been live since November 3, and we’ve already seen a few waves of new deals since then.
We’ve been particularly impressed to see a £7 monthly saving on Sky Glass TV packages, plus some lowest-ever subscription prices on Sky’s entertainment bundles.
It’s not just about TV. From SIM-only discounts to broadband packages, there are some serious bargains across Sky’s range during the annual sale event. Our Good Housekeeping tech team is highlighting the best offers right here.
This year, Black Friday itself takes place between 24 and 27 November. However, Sky’s Black Friday sale is already live, and discounts are set to continue until November 30. While some are still modest deals, we expect deeper discounts to appear as we get closer to the official sale weekend.
Sky joins other major UK technology retailers taking part in the sales, including Amazon, John Lewis, AO, Currys, Argos and Very. It’s the perfect time of the year to be shopping for phones, tablets, laptops, headphones, earbuds, Kindles, TVs and more.
When is the Sky Black Friday sale?
Sky’s Bigger Black Friday discounts launched on 3 November with a handful of deals, and since then the sale has been expanded with several new additions. We expect to see further discounts between now and Cyber Monday – and you’ll have a little extra time to decide which to choose, as most of the deals expire on 30 November.
What Sky deals are live now?
Here are the Sky Black Friday deals live now. We’ll continue to update this article as more discounts and promotions go live.
- Sky Stream, Sky TV & Netflix: Now £19 per month (was £26)
- Sky Stream, Sky TV, Netflix and Superfast Broadband: £36.18 per month – the lowest price this package has been yet
- Sky Stream, Sky TV, Netflix and Full Fibre 100 Broadband: £38 per month -the lowest price this package has been yet
- Sky Stream, Sky Cinema, Sky TV and Netflix: £30 per month (was £37)
- Sky Glass 43″, Sky TV & Netflix: Now £33 per month + £10 upfront (was £40)
- Sky Glass 55″, Sky TV & Netflix: Now £38 per month + £10 upfront
- Sky Glass 65″, Sky TV & Netflix: Now £43 per month + £10 upfront
- Up to 50% off mobile data plans
- 100Mb/s Full Fibre Broadband £28 for 18 months – the lowest price this package has been yet
- Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: From £40 per month (was £47), excludes data plan (includes a FREE Watch6 smartwatch worth £289).
- Apple iPhone 15: From £25 per month, excludes data plan
What further Sky deals to expect
In the 2022 sale, Sky cut the cost of its monthly Sky Q subscription from £26 to £22, while offering free installation, set up and Netflix. The monthly costs of Sky Ultrafast and Ultrafast Plus Fibre Broadband were cut by £10, while also offering free set-up (usually £19.95).
There was also a wealth of Sky Mobile promotions, including no upfront costs and half-price data plans on the Apple iPhone 14 and the Samsung Galaxy S22, two of the most high-end handsets at the time. It was also offering an Apple iPad for £11.50 per month with no upfront cost.
There was also a more modest deal on the Sky Glass TV set that saw a few pounds taken off the monthly subscription cost – but that deal has been blown away by the 2023 Black Friday Sky Glass discounts.
With more than eight years’ experience covering tech at publications including Radio Times, Newsweek and the International Business Times, Jason has extensive knowledge on the latest gear and gadgets – reviewing phones, tablets, laptops, headphones, smart home products and more – and covering the biggest shopping events of the year, including Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day.
For his coverage on cybersecurity in the International Business Times, he won at The Drum’s Online Media Awards in 2017. When not writing and testing the latest gadgets, you’ll find Jason playing the guitar or learning how to parent his new baby.
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