Cheapest way to watch Eurosport

Find out how you can follow the best international sport has to offer for less.

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Whether you love snooker, cycling or motorbike racing, Eurosport has a huge range of sports to watch.

Die-hard tennis fans can catch major sporting events like the Australian and French Open tournaments too.

Read on to find out all the various ways you can get Eurosport on your TV or laptop. Plus we explain which will be kindest to your wallet.

Where to watch Eurosport

  • Eurosport Player
  • Amazon Prime
  • Sky, Virgin Media or BT

What’s the cheapest way to watch Eurosport?

Eurosport online player

The cheapest option is the Eurosport online player. To get this, head to Eurosport’s website and subscribe to its online player there. Its monthly pass is pretty cheap, but you lower costs in the long term by taking out an annual deal.

To watch it on your TV, you can connect certain laptops by using an HDMI cable or by Chromecasting.

If you have an Apple TV, you can stream the Eurosport Player from your iPhone or Mac.

Amazon Prime

If you have a Smart TV and can’t be bothered with the faff of linking your laptop to your TV, you might be better off watching through the Amazon Prime app.

The downside is that you have to pay two subscriptions – 0ne for Amazon Prime and another for Eurosport.

TV package providers

If you just want to watch Eurosport and a few other Freeview channels, then there’s no point blowing money on an expensive television package.

However, if you already have a TV deal with Sky, Virgin or BT TV, then you’ll have Eurosport already.

So there’s no need to go out and buy it through Eurosport’s website or Amazon Prime.

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