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Triple Credit – TV and Broadband ISP NOW TV Partners Tesco Clubcard

Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 (8:28 am) - Score 3,596
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Sky’s sibling UK ISP and video streaming service, NOW TV (NOW Broadband), has entered into a new partnership with Tesco that will allow existing Clubcard holders to convert their vouchers into credit for triple the value when used with the service (e.g. £5 worth of vouches becomes £15!).

The surprisingly attractive move means that you could, for example, take a £5 voucher and use the £15 of credit created by that to help pay for your NOW TV subscription. Under the arrangement NOW TV plans to add a new “Credit Wallet” to the members-only online account page, which will allow subscribers to add credit from their Clubcard account in order to spend on almost any NOW TV pass or product.

As a bonus any remaining (unspent) credit on your NOW TV account will stay in the wallet for up to 3 years and can be used towards the service’s monthly auto-renewal payments. The only real catch here is that you can’t use the triple credit offer to help pay for the broadband and phone service (assuming you’ve taken that too) as it only applies to the video / TV streaming side.

As a NOW TV subscriber myself I have not received any notice of this change from the provider and the account page does not yet show a credit wallet. Naturally we asked NOW TV directly about this and were told the following: “Yes, it’s true that NOW TV is partnering with Tesco, however it’s still in the initial stage,” said one of their support agents.

The provider doesn’t currently have a solid launch date for the new partnership and instead recommended that we keep a close eye on their website and community pages for a future update.

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Mark Jackson
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4 Responses
  1. Avatar Optimist

    I’d pay a subscription for catch-up services as an alternative to without having to pay the BBC for the privilege of watching other channels financed by advertising.

  2. Avatar Charles

    I’d change the logo featured on the top of this page to the Now TV logo instead of Now Broadband, as if it’s just on the TV stuff it’s a bit confusing.

    • Avatar Web Dude

      While I see your point, if it is tied into the Now Broadband service (which gives a discount price for the TV service, I think) then it might be that this deal with Tesco depends on one having a Now Vroadband account, so a Now TV logo may be more confusing if one needs the BB part of the srervice to get this facility.

    • Avatar MARK KELLY

      As Charles said logo definitely need changing cause it gone live and you do not need now tv broadband to take the offer.

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