You can get Sky TV and Netflix for free right now in massive bargain deal

If you've missed out on Succession and want to get caught up before Sunday's finale, you're in luck.

Sky TV is currently offering free one-month trials of its popular Sky Stream set-top box and a Netflix subscription.

It means you'll be able to stream all of Sky Entertainment's content straight to your TV without even needing a satellite dish.

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The free trial does only last a month and you'll be expected to fork out £29 per month after that, but if you time it well you could get in and quickly binge some top series including The Last Of Us.

Sky Stream includes tons of exclusive Sky channels and you can even add on Sports and Cinema packages.

It uses your home WiFi to beam TV to your home, with far less hassle to install than the old Sky+ boxes.

You just have to plug the set top box into your TV with a HDMI cable and connect to your broadband and you're away.

Sky even promises next-day delivery so you could get it just in time for the weekend.

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You can either sign up for a 31-day rolling subscription or an 18-month contract.

If you don't want to keep paying for Sky Stream after the free trial is up, just make sure you cancel it before you're billed for your next month.

Any add-ons you throw in, including Sky Sports or Sky Cinema, will increase the monthly price you pay.

It also lets you connect instantly to other major streaming services including Disney+, but again you'll have to pay for these separately.


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