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Sky TV Customers Offered Free Hayu for 3 Months with Sky VIP

Tuesday, Apr 9th, 2024 (12:24 pm) - Score 2,480
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Customers of Sky’s UK TV service can now get subscription-based video streaming service Hayu free for 3 months, included with their Sky package. The limited-time offer is provided by Sky VIP to celebrate the launch of Hayu on Sky Q, following on from the earlier launches of Hayu on Sky Stream and Sky Glass.

Sky Q customers can find the Hayu app in the dedicated apps section of the UI and also through the voice remote by saying “Hayu” to launch the app. With Sky VIP, customers can simply claim the offer on their device, through Sky Marketplace or by saying “Sky VIP Hayu” into their Sky remote.

Hayu is owned by NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast, and is the home to over 300 shows and 10,000 episodes of reality TV content – including world-renowned franchises and their spin-offs such as The Real Housewives, Million Dollar Listing, Below Deck and Vanderpump Rules. Hayu delivers complete box sets of all seasons in an ad-free environment.

T&Cs Apply:

– Offer period: 9 April 2024 to 8 May 2024.

– 3-month trial to Hayu is available to customers with a subscription to a Sky package at no extra cost.

– Sky (Sky Glass, Sky Stream and Sky Q) customers only.

– Cancel within the 3-month trial period to avoid being charged.

– One 3-month trial via Sky, per customer.

– After the 3-month trial period, subscription will automatically renew at £4.99/€5.99 per month unless cancelled. Cancel anytime.

– UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and ROI customers only.

– Sky customers require a separate Hayu account.

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9 Responses
  1. Avatar photo gds says:

    so its just a streaming service for brain destroying reality guff?

    something to give a miss then!

    1. Avatar photo anonymous says:

      cant think of anything worse lol

      Nothing is free in mind here though – its a trial to try and hook people into spending more money keeping it as a subscription….an invitation to spend more with Sky. They are so helpful and generous….

    2. Avatar photo XGS says:

      To each their own. I couldn’t abide it either but evidently enough people are into this stuff the shows keep being made.

      Obviously it’s to try and get people to enter a paid for subscription. Still free as long as you cancel before the trial is over regardless of the motivation.

    3. Avatar photo Clearmind60 says:

      Reality TV, for the most brain dead of all. What a load of low brow crap.

  2. Avatar photo Jazzy says:

    Paramount Plus and Apple TV are both free at the moment from Sky – Paramount for 6 months and Apple 3 months

    1. Avatar photo Me says:

      ‘Free’ with your minimum term 18 month Sky contract with guaranteed price increases. Also Apple give free trials to new iPhone or Apple TV or iPad owners, if you don’t already have the service.

    2. Avatar photo gds says:

      Paramount Plus is free for Sky Movie Subs

  3. Avatar photo Roger_Gooner says:

    Sky is owned by Comcast and it makes perfect sense to use Sky to extend NBCUniversal’s apps. I think that the Hayu app on Sky Q is the only one on a STB as the other Hayu apps seem to be on streaming devices and TVs.

  4. Avatar photo RaptorX says:

    I would pay *not* to have this. Thankfully, that option is free.

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