Sky TV offers millions of customers free film and 10,000 hours of new shows – how to claim

Sky is encouraging millions of its customers to act before 11.59pm tomorrow, with the promise of a FREE film, 10,000 hours of new shows, and three months free with Apple’s Netflix competitor.

As the cost of living crisis continues to grip the nation, Sky has unveiled a range of complimentary offerings for its fans.

Sky is offering three months of Apple TV for free, stating: “Offer is available for new and returning Apple TV+ subscribers. Sky VIPs can now get a three-month free trial of Apple TV+. Dive into star-studded Apple Originals, such as Napoleon, The New Look and Masters of the Air. With new episodes, shows and movies every week, there’s always something great to watch.”

The company added: “That’s Sky TV and Apple Originals side by side, all in one place, for Sky Q, Sky Glass and Sky Stream customers. After that, it’s just £8.99/€9.99 a month unless cancelled.”

In another bonus, Sky is also offering fans a free film via Sky Cinema.

The streaming giant said: “Treat yourself to a Sky Store movie, on us. As a Sky VIP, you can access a huge range of exclusive rewards and experiences. To start you off, we’re treating you to a Sky Store movie. Visit the VIP section of the My Sky app, for full details and terms.”, reports Birmingham Live.

In another promotion, the entertainment company states: “Sing along with Sky VIP. Get Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again from Sky Store as a gift, on us. Just follow these simple steps for a show-stopping movie night in: 1. Go to Sky Store on your TV, or sign in with your SkyiD at skystore.com.

“2. Search for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. 3. Select the HD Digital Buy and Keep version priced at £0.00/€0.00. 4. You can also try saying ‘Movie Night In’ into your remote to redeem. You could win a delicious Cadbury treat too, because you can never have too much chocolate! “.

To ensure that you snag all of these goodies, you’ll need to act before 11.59pm on April 14, 2023.

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