Andy’s £1,000 money makeover part 5: Your TV & Streaming bills

The £1,000 challenge continues! This week it’s time to tackle those TV and streaming bills. 

If you pay for Sky or Virgin TV then you’re almost certainly overpaying. There are ways to not just reduce what you spend but to even remove some of these high bills completely.

Find out how I’ve cut my bills by hundreds of pounds every year but still managed to watch all the top TV channels and shows.

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There are still 7 episodes to go, all helping you get on top of all your finances. You can see the full playlist for my money makeover as videos are added here 

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Further reading & links

It’s time to ditch expensive Sky and Virgin TV subscriptions

Cheaper alternatives to Sky and Virgin TV

The best streaming deals: Music, film, TV, sport, theatre and more 

 Netflix vs Now TV vs Amazon Prime Video vs Apple TV + – Which is the best value for money? 

 Best value ways to stream movies at home 

Should you stick with the licence fee?

Fire TV stick vs Roku vs Chromecast vs NOW TV stick vs Apple TV: What’s the best value for money?


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