Game of Thrones is arguably one of the biggest shows to have ever graced television and fans are gearing up for the epic ride the final series of the show expectedly has in store.
The first episode of season 8 has already aired and HBO, the network that airs the show, has already said it has been watched by over 17 million viewers.
This is not only a record figure for a season opener, but HBO also said the day of the episode’s showing amounted to its biggest streaming night ever.
In total, every episode of Game of Thrones season 7 was watched by an average of 32.8 million fans.
The excitement for season 8 of the fantasy show is palpable and Now TV is making it incredibly easy for fans to binge with a new deal.
The service is offering fans three months of its Entertainment package for £17.99.
This represents a saving of 25 percent – it would typically cost £23.97 without the deal.
It is worth noting after the offer period ends customers will be charged £7.99 per month unless they opt out of the subscription service.
NOW TV does not require a television to use as it is also available on a NOW TV Box, Chromecast, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Roku, LG Smart TV, PC or Mac, and selected mobile and tablet devices.
That means the service’s plethora of content can be consumed wherever you are.
In addition to allowing customers to stream season 8 of Game of Thrones, Now TV also provides access to every episode from seasons one to seven.
That means even if you are a new Game of Thrones fan you are able to catch up on the fantasy epic before you delve into everything season 8 has to offer.
• Now TV – Three months of Entertainment for £17.99 GET THE DEAL HERE
For those that do not want to commit to three months of the service, Now TV is also giving customers the chance to try it for seven days.
• Now TV – seven day free trial SIGN UP HERE
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