The cheapest way to watch BT Sport

Find out how to watch BT Sport for the cheapest price possible.

You can watch a whole variety of sports with BT these days. Football fans can enjoy over 50 Premier League matches and more than 350 Champions League and Europa League matches.

It also has UFC fights and MotoGP races, while rugby fans can catch the Gallagher Premiership and Champions Cup action.

In this guide we look at all the different ways you can get BT Sport and give you the lowdown on where you can get the best value for money.

Through EE

Currently the cheapest way to watch BT Sport is by signing up to an EE mobile plan. You’ll get three months of BT Sport for free when you take out a deal with the provider.

After this honeymoon period you can get the “mobile-only” BT Sport app for £10 a month. Or you can pay £15 to get BT Sport for the big screen.

If you’re happy to watch BT Sport on your phone instead of your TV then it’s worth checking out an EE “Smart Plan”. These start at around £27 a month and you can get the BT Sport app thrown in as part of the contract.

Through BT

Maybe you’re looking for a new broadband deal? If so then you can save on BT Sport by taking out a BT Broadband and TV combo package.

You can generally get a BT “starter + broadband + BT Sport” package for less than £40.

Through other providers

If you have Sky TV, Virgin or TalkTalk it’s a good idea to call and ask what it will cost to add BT Sport to your package. Typically you have to pay upwards of £20 a month to add BT Sport.

At the end of the day, you might decide it’s simply cheaper to switch your mobile provider to EE and get BT Sport that way.

You’ll potentially have to consider exit fees if you’re in a contract with your existing television or mobile phone provider.

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