When will my payment be taken?

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Select your NOW TV Pass or product below to find out info about your payments, including:

  • When your payment gets taken
  • How the payment appears on your bank or card statement
  • What happens if your payment date falls on the 29th, 30th or 31st of the month
  • Renewing your subscription
  • What happens if you have more than one monthly Pass.

Help Tip You can find your exact payment dates and other info in My Passes.

Free trial
When you first sign up, we treat you to a 14 day free trial.

Your first and ongoing payments
Your first payment will be 14 days after you sign up, and then the same day each month.
 

Help Tip For example, if you signed up on 1 April 2017, your first payment will be 15 April 2017, and future payments on the 15th of each month after that.

Shorter months

Does your Sports Month Pass payment date fall on the 29th, 30th or 31st of the month?

When a shorter month comes around, your payment date will be moved to the last day of the month.

All future payments will then be taken on this day of the month too.

What appears on your statement
All NOW TV payments appear as NOWTV.com/ie on your bank or card statement.

Multiple Passes
If you have more than one monthly Pass (including the Sky Sports Month Pass), payment for each Pass will be taken separately. This will be on the same day each month as your first payment for each Pass.

Renewed subscriptions 
Your first payment will be taken on the day you renew your subscription, and then the same day each month after that.
First payment
When you sign up for a Sky Sports Month, Week or Day Pass, your payment will be taken on the same day.
 

Keep in mind This means you’ll be charged when you buy your Sky Sports Day or Week Pass, and not when you activate it.

Ongoing payments
Future payments for the Sports Month Pass will then be taken on the same date each month.
 

Help Tip For example, if you signed up on 10 April 2017, your first payment will be on this date, and future payments on the 10th of each month after that.

Shorter months

Does your Sports Month Pass payment date fall on the 29th, 30th or 31st of the month?

When a shorter month comes around, your payment date will be moved to the last day of the month.

All future payments will then be taken on this day of the month too.

What appears on your statement

All NOW TV payments appear as NOWTV.com/ie on your bank or card statement.

Multiple Passes

If you also have a Sky Cinema or Entertainment Month Pass, these payments will be taken separately, on the same day each month as your first payment.


Renewing your Sports Month Pass

The payment will leave on the day you renew your subscription, and then the same date each month after that.

Instant payment
When you buy a NOW TV Box, the payment will be taken instantly.

What appears on your statement
All NOW TV payments appear as NOWTV.com/ie on your bank or card statement.

If you buy a NOW TV Box pack with a Pass included, you'll pay for the pack either in store or online on the day of purchase.

After that, your first monthly payment date will be the day your Pass expires, unless you cancel before then.

For example...

If your NOW TV Box came with a 3 month NOW TV Entertainment Pass, which you added to your account on 07/04/2017, then your first payment date will be 07/07/2017.

After that your payment date will be the 7th of each month.

If you’re not sure when your Pass expires, you can check by going to My Account and then My Passes (you might need to sign in with your email address and password).

If you’ve joined NOW TV on a special offer, your initial payment dates and ongoing payment information will vary.

Some offers have free periods, others lower monthly payments, and some are paid to affiliate parties.

Your personal payment information
Please go to My Account and then My Passes for your personal payment information (you might need to sign in with your email address and password). You'll be able to see:
 
  • Your next payment date
  • The offer end date
  • Cost

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