TNT Sports deals and offers (February 2024)

The cheapest ways to watch TNT Sports on your TV or app

If you want to watch Premier League and Champions League football, Premiership Rugby, along with other sports, on TNT Sports, then you’ll need to sign up via your pay TV provider or use the Discovery+ streaming service.

Here are the best offers right now to save you cash.

What is TNT Sports?

TNT Sports is the new name for BT Sports. It now sits under the Discovery brand, though you can add just the TNT Sports channels to your Sky, Virgin and other pay TV services.

The channels are:

  • TNT Sports 1, 2, 3, and 4: Available in standard and high definition, plus six red-button channels.
  • TNT Sports Ultimate: Stream select events in 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos (with a compatible device).
  • TNT Sports Box Office: Get pay-per-view access to exciting sports events (for both subscribers and non-subscribers).

You can read more via this link about what the change means for existing BT Sport customers.

Get it via Discovery +

Discovery+ Premium for £30.99

This new tier of streaming service Discovery+ gets you all the TNT Sports channels to watch via the Discovery+ app on your TV, smart stick, games console, computer, tablet or phone.

As well as the main TNT Sport channels you’ll also get Eurosport and lifestyle channels such as TLC, Quest and Discovery.

This is a monthly pass and you can cancel at anytime. This effectively replaces the old BT Sport monthly pass, though the difference is this will renew if you don’t cancel.

Get it via BT

Check if it’s already included

Some BT Broadband customers, usually long standing ones who used to get BT Sports for free, may now have access to the full Discovery+ Premium package for free.

You’ll be able to tell by checking eligibility here.

Add it to BT broadband for £18

If you get your internet services from BT then you can get the TNT Sport channels for an extra charge each month by adding BT TV. The sports packages starts from £18 a month.

Though you can still watch via the BT Sport App you will need to move to the Discovery+ app in due course.

If you’re adding it to an existing BT contract then it could mean you start a new contract for all your BT services, possibly for 24 months.

Make sure you shop around for deals that’ll bring the price down, such as using cashback sites for an added bonus.

Get it via Virgin Media

Virgin Media Stream: £18 per month

You can currently get TNT Sport channels for £18 a month via Virgin Stream. It’s a 30-day rolling contract so you can cancel at any time.

However you do need to be getting broadband via Virgin Media and there’s a £35 one-off set up charge (this can often be haggled to zero if you call up).

Check out our review of Virgin Media stream to find out more.

Get it with your mobile

If your mobile phone contract is with EE you can buy passes to watch on your phone using the Discovery+ app.

There are add-ons that let you watch it via the BT Sport app on your TV or improve picture quality to 4K.

Check if it’s already included

Some EE and BT Mobile customers that got BT Sports for free will probably now have access to the full Discovery+ Premium package for free.

You’ll be able to tell by checking eligibility here.

£20 a month mobile pass via EE

EE customers can get access to the TNT Sports via a Discovery+ Premium pass costs £20 a month. You need to text SPORT to 150 to start your subscription. You can cancel at anytime.

“Free” with EE Inclusive Extras

If you have a reasonably expensive contract with EE (via the Full Works or All Rounder plans) you can choose TNT Sports as one of your Inclusive Extras.

TNT Sports is probably the most expensive of the options, though alternatives include:

  •  Apple Music
  •  Apple TV+
  •  Apple Arcade
  •  Netflix
  •  Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
  •  Microsoft 365 Personal
  •  Roam Abroad Pass
  •  Entertainment Data Pass

At launch, the cheapest All Rounder (with one extra) on the EE site is £26. This includes just 5GB of data a month. Though there will be cheaper SIM deals out there, with EE or another network, it is £4 less than getting TNT Sports (and Discovery+) direct from the streaming service. The difference though is you’re committing to a 24 month contract, and prices will likely increase each spring with inflation.

Ultimately I’d say you’re probably better off shopping around for a cheaper SIM-only deal and getting TNT Sports as and when you need it.

TNT Sport on YouTube

Watch the Champions League final for free

For the last five or six years, BT has shown the Champions League final and Europa League final for free via BT Sport’s YouTube channel and on the BT Sport website for free! So anyone could watch without paying.

It’s too early to say whether TNT Sports or Discovery will do the same in 2024 – we’ll update it here if they do!

How to watch TNT Sports on your TV

So how do you get these options on your TV? 

Check for an app on your TV or smart device

You can watch TNT Sport on your TV if you have the Discovery+ app (and the right level of subscription).

This is available on the following (though check the full list here in case you have older incompatible models)

  • Amazon Fire Sticks
  • Apple TV
  • Chromecasts
  • Samsung & LG Smart TVs
  • Android TVs
  • Roku devices (including NOW sticks)
  • Sky TV
  • Playstation 4 & 5
  • Xbox One and XIS

Buy an HDMI cable

As long as you have a laptop with an HDMI connector, you can just buy a cable to connect to your TV. This should be the cheapest option – but I prefer the smart stick options!

Sport on other channels

You can also watch sport on Sky, Amazon, Eurosport and Premier Sports. Here’s my guide to the ways to save on each of them.

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