Oh Summer 2018. You sure haven’t disappointed. Quality family time, copious amounts of Ice Cream, holidaying in Ibiza and plenty of weekend Day Tripping.
Sebastian is only 2 so we haven’t had to fill every day with a super fun activity. I don’t know how I’ll cope when he starts school and there’s 6 weeks of summer!! I’m all for sunny days but it does get a bit much, especially when Sebastian turns in to a hot, sweaty, cranky, ice cream obsessed little monster. I was glad when I opened the bedroom curtains this morning to be greeted by a little drizzle…
Cue a lazy morning playing with lego and watching NOW TV.
I blogged about NOW TV a few months ago when we road tested their new Smart Stick. As well as the Smart Stick, we’ve popped the NOW TV app on Sebastian’s tablet, so when it’s a miserable day like today he can watch his new favourite film. TOY STORY.
NOW TV has 4 passes that will keep Kids of all ages entertained this Summer:
Kids Pass: Choose from 1000’s episodes of quality kids TV on demand with no adverts. From Spongebob and Octonauts to Rugrats and Bunsen is a beast. The kids pass is an absolute steal at just £3.99 a month.
Sports Pass: Cricket, Football, Golf… watch all your favourite sports over on SKY Sports – Day, week and month passes available. We are waiting until the premier league starts to activate our pass.
Entertainment Pass: Watch 11 of the best pay TV Channels including Sky Atlantic, Sky One, MTV and Nat Geo Wild. Perfect for teens or when the kids go to bed.
Cinema Pass: We love our cinema pass. It’s jammed packed with Disney favourites such as Toy Story, The Little Mermaid and my new favourite Moana. Bag yourself a 14 day free trial, then just £9.99 a month unless cancelled. No contract.
So if the weather is a bit of a washout over the Sumer holidays, subscribe to NOW TV and spend some quality time watching a family movie. To hell with it, grab some salt & sweet popcorn and make it a real treat.
This post is in collaboration with NOW TV. They kindly gifted me all 4 passes for this review. Further information about NOW TV can be found here.