For a limited time, Foxtel Now is offering its online streaming Pop pack - which includes Game Of Thrones - completely free of charge for the first three months. Because there is no lock-in contract, this means you can watch the entirety of season 7 without spending a cent. Here's the link to the deal!
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In the lead up to each season of Game Of Thrones, Foxtel traditionally lowers its pricing in a bid to entice new users into the fold. However, this is the first time it has offered the entire season's run for free. (You can thank the newly launched Foxtel Now for this - clearly the company is keen to boost subscriber numbers in the wake of the re-branding.)
Here's how to claim your freebie:
How to watch Game Of Thrones Season 7 for free
To get the deal, head to Foxtel Now's promotion page (which oddly still uses the Presto URL) and use the discount code "TELPRESBOH10". (You may need to use Incognito mode in Chrome to get the code to work.)
If it all goes according to plan, you should get the following confirmation on the sign up page:
After the first three months, the Pop pack pricing will revert to $15 per month. However, because Foxtel Now allows you to cancel at any time there's no commitment to spend any money.
The only caveat is that Foxtel Now offers a maximum resolution of 720p rather than Full HD. But we think that's a pretty crummy reason to resort to piracy. Foxtel is literally offering you the show for nothing in the vain hope that you'll stick around as a paying customer.
Game of Thrones season 7 premiers on July 16, 2017 and is set to run for seven weeks - which is well inside the promotion's three-month window. The voucher is available until 31 July or "while stocks last" - so we suggest jumping on quick!
Foxtel has announced a revamped high-definition video streaming service dubbed Foxtel Now - and it's priced competitively with Stan and Netflix. With subscriptions starting at just $10 per month, it's a far cry from the company's prohibitively expensive Pay TV offerings. (In fact, it's actually cheaper than Netflix's HD tiers which start at $11.99.)
But what do you actually get for your ten dollarydoos? Does Foxtel Now include Game Of Thrones? Do you still need to add a bunch of additional packs to make it worthwhile? We take a look at the prices, inclusions and your frequently asked questions.