If you’re anything like me and you get through a series box set at the same pace you get through a tube of pringles(okay, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration, but you get my point), then searching for the next best thing to watch on the old box can be challenging, especially as a family! If you’re not signed up to the right subscription service for your cable or satellite, then you’ll sure be stuck in a viewing rut! Today I thought I’d share a few tips on how to find the best TV deals for you and your family that will also save you some pennies!

Search Online

This might seem like an obvious one, but you can find some epic deals and bundles on websites like for things like 2 months of Now TV box subscriptions for £11.99 and 3 months of Hayu for free(Hello KUWTK!) We’ve recently been scrolling through the deals on LatestDeals and weighing up which ones work best for us as a family and at the minute, the NOW TV Box with 3 Month Kids Pass (and a Sky Store Voucher) for under £12 is really tickling our fancy! If you have young children that are currently on their summer holidays from school, this would be a great investment for you too!


Ask Friends + Family

Many cable and satellite companies have “refer a friend” schemes in place, so it’s always worth asking who your friends and family get their television package with to see if they have any discount codes for signing up to a new service! You might even save your friends some cash too!


Find out which providers show the TV shows you want to watch

If you’re not into Sports, then a bonus bundle sports package will be going wasted on your tv, so make sure that you search for the deals and packages that offer you the channels and TV shows that you actually want to watch!


Contact Your Current Provider

Depending on who you currently have as your satellite or cable provider, you may be able to contact them and ask what special offers and deals they currently have running for existing customers. You may be surprised to find out that you could save some money on the package that you’re already on or could be missing out on extra subscriptions for a small extra charge, such as children’s TV bundles or film passes!


Exhausted all options and still not sure? Haggle!

You’ve no doubt haggle the price on something in your life before, so why should it be any different for your TV service? Just like my previous point, haggling with your current(or a new) provider can save you some mega bucks and you might even get some freebies thrown in there too!


How did you find your current TV or subscription service? Will you be taking any of my tips on board from this post? I’d love to know!