expired Foxtel: Sport + Drama + Entertainment + HD + 2 Movies + Foxtel GO + Install + iQ4 (Incl 4K Channel) @ $48/Month on 12 Month Plan

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SPORT + DRAMA + ENTERTAINMENT + HD OFFER

Offer ends 0918/04/2019

$48*/mth on a 12 mth plan

  • Free* install
  • Set top box fee waived
  • 2 Store movies within 12 mths

*Min cost $576.03 on direct debit. Cancel fee applies.
New residential customers and standard install only.

Also should note that on payment page it shows "Movies or Drama pack free for 12 months" so you should be able to swap between the two whenever (ie change to Movies once GoT finishes etc)

Few other plans available as well here

If you don't see the offer try a different browser and see how that goes.

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    it showed $58/ month for me. =(

  • +1 vote

    Hmm swap the sport for movies for $49/month. Not bad

  • +3 votes

    Got same offer as existing customer.

  • +2 votes

    Call them. If not immediately available, threaten cancellation etc. Usual tactics.

    • +1 vote

      Time to give this a go. $68 to watch the Socceroos and A-League with no EPL just doesn't cut it plus the fact that they keep increasing their prices when you're no longer on a contract with them..

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        You also have serie A and La Liga and the french league too.

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          lol… those leagues compared to EPL.. is like watching NBL vs NBA

          • +1 vote

            @tightm8: Not a good comparison. Only one team from the EPL has won the Champions League in the last 10 years. La Liga teams have won it 7 times in the same period. The other leagues might not have as much depth as the EPL but their top few teams are as good as, if not better than, the top EPL teams.

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              @Pulseidon: Whilst those leagues are good, my heritage is English so I watch the Championship to see how my club, Leeds United are getting on and the Scottish league to watch the Aussie contingent over there. Serie A and La Liga are usually a 2 horse race, whereas the EPL provides a bit more competition and interest.

          • +1 vote

            @tightm8: The single best player in the world is playing in Serie A.

  • +1 vote

    Wow Foxtel must be losing market share with these constant price decreases. This tempts me but I know I’d only watch stuff through the drama pack and not others.

    • +13 votes

      Exactly why Uncle Rupert hired his mates to cripple FTTP for a decade or so. To give him time for his underlings to adapt the lumbering Foxtel business model to the age of high speed content delivery.

      I'd personally like to see the HD sport coverage go elsewhere and watch Foxtel struggle and die, but I'm still holding a grudge over MTM.

      • +2 votes

        Sports rights are expensive, the day Netflix buy them you can forget $14 at month

        • +1 vote

          It'll be a long wait, Netflix have always said they're not interested in sports, live or otherwise.

          Sports (notably the NRL) seem to bandy this "wait until Netflix or Google buys our rights", neither are interested. Dor NRL & AFL its basically free to air and/or Foxtel. Very few people outside Australia are interested in our sporting codes. So it's not like ESPN or Bein sports are interested in paying top $'s. Cricket & Rugby are different as they have international comps so have international appeals.

          Amazon might, as they're having a go at tennis & some soccer in the UK, but only because they picked them up for bugger-all.

          The best bet is sports following NHL, NBA, et and sell subscriptions directly, but it won't be cheaper.

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        It has gone somewhere already - Kayo Sports. No need to subscribe to all the other packages if you just want sport.

      • +3 votes

        The Conservative/Liberal government also gave Foxtel $30 million of our money while cutting health, education and killing a first rate NBN

        https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/foxtel-yet...

        • +2 votes

          LNP plan for NBN is a sale to teltra probably for the big price of $0. You know, help out a struggling aussie multinational business rather than their own people.

    • +1 vote

      Of course they are. Netflix and Stan are both under $20 a month and everyone shares their login details with friends and family.

  • -3 votes

    not sure how this is a deal, maybe if it was $18

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    Ha just watching a recording from last month and ad came on for this package for $10 more. Wonder if it will drop another $10 next month.

  • +1 vote

    I kinda want this but at the same time I still frown upon Foxtel ripping people for years until they were forced to play fair.

  • +7 votes

    F Foxtel.

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    Doesn't Drama come with the Entertainment package?

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        ok Thanks, so what's in Drama?

        • +1 vote

          From website:

          Our drama channels are the only place that you can see any new HBO drama series first, including Game of Thrones, Veep, Big Little Lies and Westworld, The Walking Dead Express from the US, new premium BBC drama as well as ground-breaking original Australian programs like Wentworth and A Place To Call Home. Or if you just want to binge out on some all-time classics you can catch complete seasons from the very beginning on BoxSets or On Demand~.

    • +1 vote

      there are actually two entertainment packages; entertainment package and entertainment plus package. The plus package has new South Park. Then you have to pay more for HD

  • +2 votes

    Interesting times for Foxtel, since the new marketing boss arrived last month.
    First, a deal with the Herald-Sun (and probably with other NL mastheads) to provide a cut-price Kayo Sports deal, and now this, spreading the love to multi-package deals at a discount.
    Still chasing the new customer though, with no love for the long-term loyals. But, some signs of realistic pricing.

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      I have Kayo current 2 month 5$ deal but the quality is very hit and miss and i live in a area without NBN or cable only ADSL2+ so that might be why but i wouldnt pay 25 a month for it should be 5-10 a month at best

      I think foxtel is still 60-70% too expensive considering besides sports there is no original content and a truck load of ads

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      i rang up foxtel and they changed my package to this price. saved $50 straight up.

  • +7 votes

    You'd think with the rise of Stan, Netflix etc

    Add in the loss of the EPL

    You would imagine foxtel would you know reduce the cost of its packages to compete… but no no no not these blokes they still calling 48 a month a sale…

    • +2 votes

      Netflix and co don't have to pay for hefty sports broadcasting rights, equipment and installation etc. Not a Foxtel fan but if you actually break things down it's a pretty decent deal this one for mine.

      Sports HD + 4K channel ($20/mth)
      Drama/Movies HD ($10/mth)
      Basic Entertainment Pack HD ($8/mth)
      iQ4 Box + Installation + Foxtel GO ($10/mth)

      • +2 votes

        Mate consumers dont care about anything other then price for product if rights are to costly then fox needs to change there business to compete

        48 per month is 4 months of nexflixs or stan which as i said are better services

        • +2 votes

          Well if you are not interested in the HD Sports package then yeah but you are comparing apples and oranges here.

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            @dins: I am interested in sports just not cricket

            I dont mind the A League but i prefer to EPL which is with optus as is the Champions league which is free with any 12 month plan so kills 2 birds with a single stone

            Nrl i dont mind but i wouldnt pay to watch it

            I like AFL but there is enough games on FTA and if my team is playing on fox and i really want to watch ill kayo job it or go to a bar

            They dont really have anything else in the sports region worth paying money for…

  • +6 votes

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