If you’re trying to cut back expenses by reducing your monthly outgoings then you’ve probably wondered how you can save money on your tv bill. Here are some realistic ways that you can do just that.
How to save money on your tv bill
For us, having a t.v subscription service is a way in which we can save money on things like cinema trips and DVD’s. It is still however a luxury item and I am always trying to reduce these costs to save money. These are a few of the ways that I’ve saved money on T.V over the last few years.
If you use a subscription service such as Sky then try haggling with them to reduce your bill. I recently did this and managed to save over £100 over the course of a year.
If you hate calling companies to haggle with them over the phone then you’ll pleased to know that you don’t have to anymore. Just go on their website and speak to them over their online live chat service.
Try a cheaper service
Amazon prime video offers a much cheaper subscription compared to Sky and offers some exclusive shows that you can’t watch elsewhere. When you sign up to Amazon prime you also get a whole host of other amazing deals.
If you still love your Sky t.v shows then Now t.v is probably the service for you. Now t.v offer the same channels as Sky but without the lengthy contracts. This means that you no longer need to get a lengthy Sky subscription just to watch the latest season of your favourite show.
Get free T.V with Freeview
If you only ever watch the regular channels then you probably don’t even need a t.v subscription. Freeview now offers a good range of channels for you to choose from completely free. You can check if the channels you regularly watch are on Freeview here.
Check if you need a t.v licence
If you only watch t.v on demand such as Amazon Prime then you probably don’t even need to pay for a t.v licence. Although if you watch BBC on demand then you will still need a t.v licence. Of course you will need to check for yourself first before you cancel. You can find out more information here – Do I need a t.v licence?