Sky Black Friday Deals 2017 are here already for new and existing customers
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As major retailers like Currys and Amazon launch Black Friday Sales way ahead of the day itself, Sky is gearing up for some serious discounts as well.

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After a month of amazing deals, Sky is picking up the pace by offering customers some more discounts that will save whopping amounts of money.

Prices for popular bundles with the television provider will be cut and people will get a new discount on Sky Cinema.

Customers who pay £30 a month for the Cinema channels on Sky will have some extra pounds in their purse ahead of Christmas.

The offer will last for customers full 18-month contract so there are colossal savings to be had from the deals.

New and existing customers will be able to take advantage of the offer.

Sky Black Friday Deals 2017 are here already for new and existing customers
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For a limited time in the run-up to Christmas, Sky Cinema Christmas, Sky Cinema Classics, and Sky Cinema Musicals will be available to customers on Sky.

Access to a catalogue of over 1,000 films will certainly be a nice gift for some customers.

The Sky sale means there is also an offer for £7 off Box Sets and Sky Q package, meaning customers will only pay £31 per month.

The Variety and Sky Q bundle also boast some offers for customers, as the bundle is reduced to £25 per month for the 18-month contract.

The Sky Broadband and TV package price has been slashed to £38 per month meaning customers will save £167 over the contract.

If you switch to the Sky unlimited broadband package you could get a £50 Prepaid Mastercard.

The deal will cost £18 a month for one year then it will increase to £28.99 per month.

The deals have been released in the run-up to the Christmas discount season but what will be in store for their Black Friday sale?

Look out for Black Friday deals in the run up to November 24 this year as some retailers have launched their sales incredibly early.

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