The cheapest way to watch Sky Sports

Looking to watch Sky Sports for less? We explain where you can get the best deal.

Whether you’re golf crazy or rugby mad, Sky Sports is a one-stop destination for lovers of all kinds of sport.

Cricket fans will soon be able to see The 100, while football fanatics can see more Premier League football than anywhere else.

Yet getting Sky Sports can seem a bit complicated and confusing. It can be a bit tricky working out who offers the best deal. After all, Sky, BT, Virgin, NOW and Talk Talk all offer Sky Sports.

In this guide we break down all the different ways you can get Sky Sports and outline which is the cheapest.

Buying with broadband

Getting Sky Sports as part of a broadband and TV package is a great way to shave your viewing costs.

If you do go down this route, Sky and TalkTalk are the two providers that generally offer the cheapest combo packages.

With TalkTalk you can get “boost” packages. These allow you to add so-called “boosts” such as Sky Cinema or Sky Sports to your existing TV channels.

Not only are these monthly add-on packages flexible, but they’re very well-priced too.

Buying through NOW

Maybe you’re locked in to a broadband deal for a long time to come or you’re not fussed about having loads of different channels and you just want Sky Sports?

If so NOW could well be your cheapest option.

You can take out a daily, weekly or monthly Sky Sports Pass and watch on your TV, laptop, mobile or tablet.

If you’ve already got a TV deal with Sky, Virgin, TalkTalk or BT though then it’s typically cheaper to add Sky Sports onto your existing package.

Buying to watch on mobile only

If you’re happy just to watch Premier League games on your mobile then it’s worth checking out “mobile-only” options.

A NOW Sky Sports Mobile Pass is incredible cheap and it gives you access to five different channels.

Buying as a Sky TV customer

If you already have Sky TV then your cheapest option is probably adding Sky Sports to your existing package.

You can add all 8 Sky Sports channels in HD for around £20 a month extra.

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