The Premier League is about to kick-off and Sky is giving customers a cheaper way to tune into all the live action. Those who watch television via the firm's NOW TV streaming service can get access to Sky Sports for just £25 per month – that's a saving of 25 percent off the usual price.
For that cost you'll be able to stream over 130 games straight to your TV plus there's access to other shows including Super Sunday, Monday Night Football, Friday Night Football, Soccer AM and Sky Sports News.
The only catch to this deal is that you'll need to sign up to a full 12 months to get the discount.
However, it's still one of the cheapest ways to get Sky Sports beamed into your house and you don't even need a dish drilled to your wall.
That's because all of NOW TV's content is sent into your home via the web.
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Along with football action, the price also includes other sports channels, including The Open Championship, The Masters at Augusta National, The 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship, The PDC World Darts Championship, The Hundred, The UFC Fight Night, and The Super Bowl LV.
It's worth noting that if you want to view in pin-sharp full 1080p HD quality, you'll need to add NOW TV's Boost option which costs £3 extra per month.
To find out more you can visit NOW TV's website.
News of this deal comes as Virgin Media is boasting that it is now the cheapest place to watch the action from both BT and Sky.
Virgin says that consumers often split their broadband and TV service between multiple providers which can be more expensive and inconvenient.
However, the firm offers its customers the option of single billing and the ability to watch Sky Sports and BT Sport – including its dedicated 4K BT Sport Ultimate channel – via its Bigger + Sports bundle.
That package is currently priced at just £65 per month and it also includes broadband with average download speeds of 213Mbps.
Something else that Virgin users get is easy access to Amazon Prime Video through their set-top box which means they can watch all of the games that are being streamed throughout December.
Written by David Minister
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