Watch Sky, BT, Eurosport and Premier Sports for less.
There are a number of ways to watch sport online – and to save money by doing it.
Also, here’s my guide to watching the returning Premier League matches in June 2020.
Sky Sports/NOW TV streaming deals
As with the other NOW TV deals I’ve got a dedicated page to all the latest offers and deals.
BT Sport deals
You don’t have to sign up via BT, Sky or Virgin as there’s a month pass you can sign up for. as well as deals for EE mobile customers. Again, I’ve got a dedicated page for all BT Sport offers.
Eurosport streaming deals
It’s possible to watch Eurosport online without an annual subscription or service like Sky or Virgin.
Free 7-day trial with Amazon
There’s a free seven-day trial of the online Eurosport Player. To get this trial you also need to be an Amazon Prime member – but that too comes with a free-trial lasting 30-days.
Follow the links below to sign up.
Month pass for £6.99
If you don’t want to sign up for Amazon, you can buy a month pass direct with Eurosport. This costs £6.99. Cancel before it ends if you don’t want to carry on for another month.
Premier Sports deals
It screens La Liga football and Nascar racing among other events.
Prices start a £5.99 a month. If I find any deals I’ll share them here.
The code NASCAR2020 should give you a free month of Premier Sports, however I can’t find any terms and conditions for this promotion so let me know what happens if you try this.
Bear in mind you’ll need to cancel if you don’t want to keep paying £11.99 a month once the trial is over.
Amazon Prime deals
There are limited sports on Amazon, mainly the odd Premier League fixture and tennis. You need to sign up to Amazon prime which is £79 a year or £7.99 a month, but there is a 30-day free trial.
Here’s more about Amazon Prime membership and whether I think it’s worth it.