Anyone want to lend me a Sky Go login for tonight?
Mrs Grips wants to watch the Packers game. I’ll de-register it straight away… (unless they get through.. 🙂 )Posted 7 years ago
Who are they playing?Posted 7 years ago
Dallas I think.Posted 7 years ago
CowboysPosted 7 years ago
The problem with that is that with Sky Go you can only have two devices registered at any one time and only change one of them in a given month, so if I ‘loaned; you my log-in I’d have to wait until the start of the next calendar month to re-register one of my devices. I’m not sure if it’s the same with Sky Go Extra though.
Isn’t there a PAYG option with Sky these days?Posted 7 years ago
Yeah I was hoping someone was only using one device 🙂Posted 7 years ago
If you strike out, this is what I was thinking of – seven quid for a day’s access to Sky Sports. Good luck 🙂Posted 7 years ago
Cowboys…I watched the 1st half of their game the other week, they were getting hammered..seems I’ve missed a great comeback then. Sorry no login here, C4 for me..Posted 7 years ago
Not bad BWD but still pricey. Can you pause now tv? Would like to put the kids to bed then wtch laterPosted 7 years ago
No idea on the pause front, sorry.Posted 7 years ago
Surely there is a streaming site on this here web thing.Posted 7 years ago
Yes but they want you to pay, obviously.Posted 7 years ago
So someone has bought the rights to show a game, and charge people to view said game. Here’s a wild idea, pay to watch the game.Posted 7 years ago
carling multipacks of lager were doing a free now tv sports passPosted 7 years ago
Tight game, I wouldn’t like to have to call this.Posted 7 years ago
Here’s a wild idea, pay to watch the game.
I didn’t ask for free streams. I’m happy do pay (and I have), just not £30 for possibly only one game which was the only option I’d found.Posted 7 years ago
No, you just asked to use an account that some one else had paid for.Posted 7 years ago
Now, now, no need to be nasty..Posted 7 years ago
Are you new here? Wouldn’t be STW without a bit of equine vertigo.
I’m with Molgrips on this. The sports channels are priced for fans who watch a load of sport. I really don’t care about any sport, but will watch the odd US football game. I’d be happy to pay a couple of quid to watch a game or two if they PPV’ed it, it’s probably worth that to me; but I’m damned if I’m paying £30/month for a channel I’m going to watch twice, and I’d happily do without otherwise.
How is that any different to me popping round to my mate’s to watch the game?Posted 7 years ago
Does someone here have a spare car I can have? I only need it for two days so can’t be bothered buying one.Posted 7 years ago
Hopefully someone has 2 but don’t need the use of one.
Thanks in advance.
Fair enough, but devils advocate perhaps if more people watched through legitimate means it wouldn’t have to be priced so highly. Unlikely, but possible.
I like fancy restaurants but I don’t have a big appetite so I usually just order a starter and ask people on the other tables if I can have a bite of their main courses.Posted 7 years ago
iolo I have several old bangers that cost me nothing as I was given them. Help yourself, not arsed if you bring it back either.Posted 7 years ago
Are you new here?
I’m starting to get really bored of that phrase.Posted 7 years ago
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Tight game, I wouldn’t like to have to call this.
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Really tight. Hope mol’s missus is enjoying.Posted 7 years ago
Does someone here have a spare car I can have? I only need it for two days so can’t be bothered buying one.
A less strawmanny analogy might be, “is someone driving to Preston tomorrow and can give me a lift? I’d get the train but they only do season tickets and not individual fares. If not, I’ll just not bother going. Thanks.”Posted 7 years ago
I’m starting to get really bored of that phrase.
Clearly you’re not new, then.
I like fancy restaurants but I don’t have a big appetite so I usually just order a starter and ask people on the other tables if I can have a bite of their
main coursesleftovers that they weren’t going to eat anyway.
FTFY.Posted 7 years ago
Well, I’m watching it! Great game, too.
I’m watching it on FoxNFL, though. And drinking Texan beer. 😉Posted 7 years ago
Ye ha Cpt *
STW analogies are risible
* – he is in his bedsit in Swindon homour himPosted 7 years ago
Tell you what. Here’s the Sky Go T&Cs.
Can you find any clause that says “you can’t let your mate watch on a different device”? I’ve only skimmed it, but I can’t.Posted 7 years ago
FFS, what’s wrong with pissy people?
I’d have quite happily given you mine mol, had I got a spare log-inPosted 7 years ago
😀 @ Junky!Posted 7 years ago
I imagine once he has had his 4th “Texan” beer, he will lean back, put his hands behind his head and regale the bar about how even though they call it “football”, it’s not really “football”, and that he once played real football with Richard Hill.Posted 7 years ago
Then the texan tells him about how he won 7 TdF ?Posted 7 years ago
Predictable, DD. Still quite funny, though.
Shiner Bock, by the way. Nice stuff.Posted 7 years ago
We hereby grant you a licence to use such rights for your personal use of the Service only, in accordance with this Contract.
14.2 This Contract is personal to you and no third party is entitled to benefit under this Contract except pursuant to clause 14.1 above.
It’s obviously not he biggest issue in the world, I just think it’s a bit scaffy.Posted 7 years ago
even though they call it “football”, it’s not really “football”,
Well spotted. So you can’t even let your missus watch it? Seems harsh.Posted 7 years ago
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