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Sky Black Friday deals 2020: What to look out for

BLACK Friday can be a good time to snag a deal on everything from tech to homeware.

We've taken a look at what deals you can expect to see from Sky come November 27.


*Just because a TV package is in the Black Friday sale, doesn't mean you won't be able to get something similar cheaper elsewhere. Always shop around before you buy to make sure you get the best deal.

When is Black Friday 2020?

Black Friday lands on November 27 in 2020, the day after Thanksgiving is celebrated in America.

Traditionally Black Friday is an American shopping event, but the trend crossed the Atlantic a few years ago and now most big retailers embrace the sales period.

The sales tend to begin around two weeks ahead of Black Friday, so it can pay off to keep a look out for deals from mid-November.

  • Shop all of Sky's Black Friday offers here

What offers will Sky have on Black Friday 2020?

If previous years are anything to go by, we'd expect Sky to cut its prices on a number of packages in 2020.

Sky Sport still has the largest number of Premier League games on it channels, so if you're a fan, it's worth looking out for a deal on Sky Sports.

Last year the Sports package was half price, so there's a chance you could make a similar saving in 2020.

Or, if you can't get your entertainment fix from Netflix, Amazon or Disney, you might well be able to find a discount on either an Entertainment package, or a Cinema bundle.

Sky Cinema was half price in 2019, so if you're lucky, a similar discount could emerge in 2020.

What was in Sky's Black Friday sale last year?

In 2019, Sky released a 'Black Friday Mega Bundle', which gave access to sports, movies, box sets and kids all for only £53.50 per month.

That was a saving of £31.50, a total of £567 over the lifetime of the contract (18 months).

Sport was half price on a 18 month package, costing just £15 per month, which represents a whopping £270 saving over the life of the contract.

And there was a larger saving to be made with the sports, cinema and entertainment package which was £42.50 per month.

That was £20.50 per month off the regular price and represented a £369 saving over the life of the contract.

  • Half price Sky Sports, £15pm -buy here
  • Half price Kids' TV, £2.50pm -buy here
  • Half price Sky Cinema, £9.50pm -buy here
  • 300 channels and Netflix on Sky Q, £22pm (saving £12 pm) - buy here
  • Entertainment, Sports, Cinema, £42.50pm (saving £20.50pm) -buy here
  • Entertainment, Broadband, £39pm (saving £20pm) -buy here
  • Black Friday Mega Bundle, £31pm (saving £31.50pm)  -buy here
  • 30% off Broadband Superfast, £29pm (saving £13pm) - buy here
  • Entertainment, Broadband, Sports, Cinema, £59.50pm (saving £40.50pm) -buy here
  • Entertainment, Broadband, Kids, £41.50pm (saving £22.50pm) - buy here

Our tips for finding the best deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday

IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up LOADS of items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal.

PREPARE Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay.

GET FOLLOWING Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its deals newsletter to get the latest on any offers. We post the best deals in our Sun Money FB group too.

CHECK FOR CODES Take a look at The Sun Vouchers, to see if you can get extra savings - be that discounts and vouchers for Sky or hundreds of other retailers. 

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