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SkySky Entertainment + Sky Sports
388
channels
21
hd
£40p/m
1st year cost: £500
NOW TVNOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass
10
channels
-
£0p/m
1st year cost: £7.99
NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass
NOW TV
  • All 10 Sky Sports channels for 24 hours
  • Watch on multiple devices (PS4, tablet etc)
  • Requires broadband connection
  • Zero month contract
    10
    channels
    -
    £7.99
    set-up
    cost
    SkySky Sports Upgrade for Existing Customers
    10
    channels
    -
    £20p/m
    1st year cost: £240
    Sky Sports Upgrade for Existing Customers
    Sky
    • Complete Sky Sports pack
    • 116 live Barclays Premiership games
    • Live cricket, every F1 race and more
    • 18 month contract
      10
      channels
      -
      Zero
      set-up
      cost
      NOW TVNOW TV Sky Sports 1 Month Pass
      10
      channels
      -
      £33.98p/m
      1st year cost: £407.76
      NOW TV Sky Sports 1 Month Pass
      NOW TV
      • Watch all 10 Sky Sports channels
      • Watch on multiple devices (PS4, tablet etc)
      • Requires broadband connection
      • 1 month contract
      • 3 months free Entertainment, Cinema + Kids
      10
      channels
      -
      Zero
      set-up
      cost
      SkySky Entertainment + 1 Sky Sports Channel
      380
      channels
      21
      hd
      £38p/m
      1st year cost: £476
      Sky Entertainment + 1 Sky Sports Channel
      Sky
      • Choose 1 Sky Sports channel, 21 HD channels
      • 380 entertainment & 250+ free-to-air channels
      • Sky Q 1TB box, add BT Sport for £19.99 p/m
      • 18 month contract
        380
        channels
        21
        hd
        £20
        set-up
        cost
        SkySky Entertainment + Sports + Cinema
        399
        channels
        21
        hd
        £50p/m
        £58 p/m after 18 mths1st year cost: £620
        Sky Entertainment + Sports + Cinema
        Sky
        • Full Sky Sports and Sky Cinema
        • 380 entertainment, 250+ free-to-air
        • Sky Q 1TB box
        • 18 month contract
        • 40% off Sky Cinema save £144
        399
        channels
        21
        hd
        £20
        set-up
        cost
        SkySky Entertainment + 1 Sky Sports + Unlimited Broadband
        380
        channels
        21
        hd
        £56p/m
        includes line rental1st year cost: £701.95
        Sky Entertainment + 1 Sky Sports + Unlimited Broadband
        Sky
        • Choose 1 Sky Sports channel
        • 380 entertainment, 250+ free-to-air
        • 10Mb average download speed
        • Pay as you go calls
        • 18 month contract
        • Save 25% on Broadband with Sky TV
        380
        channels
        21
        hd
        £29.95
        set-up
        cost
        TalkTalkTalkTalk TV Plus & Sky Sports + Fast Broadband
        124
        channels
        16
        hd
        £58p/m
        includes line rental1st year cost: £721
        TalkTalk TV Plus & Sky Sports + Fast Broadband
        TalkTalk
        • Freeview + 13 extra channels
        • Plus 8 Sky Sports channels
        • 11Mb average download speed
        • Pay for calls made (11.5p per min)
        • 18 month contract
        • Fixed price for the contract length
        124
        channels
        16
        hd
        £25
        set-up
        cost
        SkySky Entertainment + Sports + Unlimited Broadband
        388
        channels
        21
        hd
        £58p/m
        includes line rental1st year cost: £725.95
        Sky Entertainment + Sports + Unlimited Broadband
        Sky
        • 10 Sky Sports channels
        • 380 entertainment, 250+ free-to-air
        • 10Mb average download speed
        • Pay as you go calls
        • 18 month contract
        • Save 25% on Broadband with Sky TV
        388
        channels
        21
        hd
        £29.95
        set-up
        cost
        Virgin MediaVirgin Media The Player TV Bundle + Sky Sports
        95
        channels
        10
        hd
        £60.75p/m
        includes line rental1st year cost: £749
        Virgin Media The Player TV Bundle + Sky Sports
        Virgin Media
        • Freeview + Sky Sports Collection
        • 54Mb average download speed
        • Weekend calls included
        • Free TV V6 box & WiFi router
        • 12 month contract
        • Usually £79.75 - Save £228
        95
        channels
        10
        hd
        £20
        set-up
        cost
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        • Prices last checked and verified 25th May 2018
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        How to compare and buy Sky Sports packages

        Sky Sports covers a vast range of events, from Barclays Premier League football to the World Ping Pong Championship. And, in addition to all the live coverage, it also provides the latest news, highlights and expert analysis.

        It has recently had a revamp and there are now 10 Sky Sports channels, each devoted to a specific sport, from Premier League football to golf.

        Sky Sports is a luxury for many households, so you’ll want to consider the pros and cons before signing up. Dedicated sports fans might see it as being worth the money, while those with more a casual sporting interest may be reluctant to fork out for ten sports channels on top of an existing pay TV plan...

        Pros

        • Wide variety of sports and events
        • Flexible short contracts
        • You can watch on mobile & tablet

        Cons

        • Same price, fewer exclusives
        • High 'price per channel'
        • BT Sport and ESPN aren't included

        What we like

        Wide variety of sports and events

        Whatever you’re into, Sky Sports is likely to have you covered, from high profile sports and events such as Premier League football, Formula 1, cricket, golf, rugby and boxing, to NBA and NHL, to more niche pursuits such as skeleton and badminton. If you miss the live coverage, you can catch up with the sports news, match summaries and analysis.

        Flexible, short contracts

        Should you not want to be tied down in a lengthy contract, Sky offers sport packages on a monthly contract from just £18 per month (on top of the cost of Sky TV). This price does increase with how many channels you want in your package, with 3 being the maximum available at £26 a month. However, with no contract, this does give you the opportunity to pick, choose, swap and cancel your channels without incurring a penalty if you’re not watching them enough or you’re finding it too expensive. Additionally, if you watch your sport via Now TV, you can purchase one-day, one-week and one-month streaming passes. It is worth remembering that the original contract length that comes with your original TV package, which is usually between 12-18 months, still stands. Also, to have access to all Sky Sports channels you will have to purchase the Complete Sports Pack, and you will be subjected to a lengthy 18-month contract. Whilst it is a long-term commitment, this pack does come at a very reasonable price of £20 per month.

        Watch it live online with different devices

        The advent of on-the-go apps means your Sky Sports viewing isn’t limited to the living room TV. Once you’ve signed up to Sky Sports, you can download your providers’ app (eg Sky Go, Virgin TV Anywhere, Now TV) to a compatible smartphone, tablet or laptop and watch via wi-fi. TalkTalk and BT do not offer on-the-go TV viewing apps for Sky Sports at the moment.

        What we don't like

        Same price, fewer exclusives

        Sky Sports used to be the only place to watch a number of high-profile sporting events, but that changed when BT Sport entered the fray in August 2013. BT Sport has won the rights to exclusive coverage of Champions League and Europa League live football matches until 2021. It’s the first time a single UK broadcaster has won the exclusive live rights and the news was a major blow to Sky Sports and ITV, which previously shared the rights.

        High 'price per channel'

        Compared to the cost per channel of the sort of channels you'll find in a regular subscription TV package, Sky Sports is expensive. Prices vary a little between providers, but Sky itself offers the cheapest option for the full package (£18 per month) and if you’re on a tighter budget, you may prefer to dip in for certain events with the daily (£7.99) and weekly (£12.99) Sky Sports passes from Now TV.

        BT Sport and ESPN aren't included

        You can get BT Sport with Sky, and you can get Sky Sports with BT, but neither provider offers an ultimate sports package that combines the two for one monthly fee. Virgin Media does combine the two in its VIP bundle. However, it will cost you £90 per month as the VIP also includes TV, 300Mb broadband and anytime calls.

        Sky Sports vs BT Sport

        BT Sport increased consumer choice for TV sports fans when it launched in 2013, but it also caused confusion for those faced with choosing between the new service and Sky Sports. The best one for you, in terms of value and choice, depends on what sports you’re into and who your current broadband and TV provider is...

        At a glance

        Sky Sports has been the dominant player in digital TV for many years, but BT Sport has recorded some important victories recently. It picked up a number of Premiership football matches and will take over as the exclusive broadcaster of Champions League football for three seasons from 2015.

        Sky remains top dog, for now...

        However, Sky Sports still has a powerful grip thanks to its wide range of different sports, especially the big ticket items in football, cricket, tennis, golf and Formula 1. It also secured 75% of the Premier League broadcast rights from the 2016 to 2019, compared to BT Sport’s 25%.

          BT Sport Sky Sports
        Sports channels BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3, ESPN Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League, Football, Cricket, Golf, F1, Action, Arena, News, Mix, and Xtra
        Extras (for a monthly fee) Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Xtra MUTV, Chelsea TV, BT Sport 1 & 2, ESPN
        HD channels 4 7
        Premier League games 42 126
        Mobile app Yes Yes
        Prices from £24.99 per month
        (with BT broadband)
        £7.99 per day
        (with Now TV)

        What's included?

        Sky Sports

        There’s no doubt that Sky Sports offers more variety and choice. Weighing in with 126 Premier League games, compared to BT's 42, Sky Sports certainly appeals to committed football fans. But what about other sports? Sky also brings F1, cricket, golf, rugby union, rugby league, tennis, boxing, NFL, darts, snooker, basketball, WWE and speedway, plus more niche sports like greyhound racing.

        BT Sport

        BT Sport is ample for those happy with a more limited selection, delivering rugby union, UFC, Moto GP, NBA, Australian Football League, NASCAR, Indy Car and the X Games. However, from 2015, BT Sport is the place to be for the Champions League and Europa League, having secured exclusive rights to broadcast 350 matches over three seasons.

        You can check out the current programme listings for BT Sports and for Sky Sports to see which one piques your interest the most.

        Availability & price

        Sky Sports

        Sky Sports is available as an add-on for all pay TV subscribers of Sky, Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk. There is a wide range of options available with each of the different providers, from adding a single Sky Sports channel to taking the entire package of seven channels.

        Sky Sports is also available without a pay TV subscription through Now TV. The Sky-owned streaming service offers daily, weekly and monthly passes to watch all the Sky Sports channels on your TV or an internet-enabled device with no need for a contract.

        You’ll need to open a Now TV account online and choose between the day, week, and month passes (£7.99 , £12.99 and £33.99 each respectively) or the Sky Sports bundle of a Now TV box and a month pass for £36.99.

        BT Sport

        BT Sport has two viewing options — over the internet via the mobile app or online player, or on TV with a subscription TV package. The former option is free to all BT broadband customers, while the latter is free to all BT Infinity customers with BT TV. If you can’t get BT Infinity in your area, you may still be able to get BT Sport on BT TV with standard broadband if your speed is sufficient (minimum 5.25 Mbps for existing customers and 6.5 Mbps for new customers).

        BT Sport is also available as an add-on to Sky and Virgin Media TV packages, but is not available if you have Now TV or TalkTalk. Sky TV customers who have BT broadband (standard or Infinity) can also get BT Sport for free.

        Extra features

        Sky Sports

        Sky Sports is also available in HD for an additional cost with select providers, although Sky Sports F1 HD is exclusive to Sky TV customers. If your provider has a mobile app (eg Sky Go, Virgin TV Anywhere, Now TV) you’ll be able to watch the sports content in your subscription on all compatible mobile devices via wi-fi for free. For an extra £5 per month, Sky TV customers can upgrade to Sky Go Extra, which allows you to download content to enjoy later without an internet connection.

        BT Sport

        BT Sport channels are available in HD with some packages for an additional cost. The BT Sport app and online player are included in any subscription, allowing you to stream the action to smartphones, laptops and computers wherever you have an internet connection.

        So which is best?

        The inclusion of free BT Sport for all BT Infinity customers is a big draw to Britain’s biggest broadband provider, and you get to watch the action online if you don’t want to pay extra for a TV plan. Sky Sports is the weightier, more comprehensive option for serious sports fans, so unsurprisingly it costs more than BT Sport.

        You can get one Sky Sports channel for £18 per month, and although the Complete Sports Pack isn’t too expensive at £20 per month, you are tied into a lengthy and potentially restrictive 18-month contract. You also can't buy Sky Sports on its own, so you need to subscribe to a pay TV package in the first place – the only exception to this is if you use Now TV’s daily, weekly or monthly sports passes.

        How to get Sky Sports from each provider

        There are numerous ways to get Sky Sports. The key requirement is a pay TV package with a set-top box. The only way around this is with Now TV, a contract-free streaming service that offers daily, weekly and monthly Sky Sports passes.

        Existing pay TV customers can add Sky Sports to their package, while newbies or those considering switching providers can pick a package that includes it from the outset. If you require a broadband and phone service as well, a three-in-one bundle with TV will give the best value for money and the convenience of a single monthly bill. Here’s how to get Sky Sports with the five providers that offer it.

        Sky Sports with Sky TV

        Sky makes it easy to get Sky Sports, whether you’re completely new to the provider or an existing customer who wants to add the channels.

        Sky Sports can be added to any Sky TV bundle

        Adding Sky Sports to any existing TV bundle will cost £20 extra per month. You’ll get all ten channels (Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League, Football, Cricket, Golf, F1, Action, Arena, News, Mix, and Xtra) but you can’t add individual channels. The channels will also show up on your Sky Go account so you can watch Sky Sports football on tablets, smartphones and computers if you're away from the TV. It’s an 18 month contract, which means you will be subject to exit fees should you want to terminate your contract early.

        There are often special discounts

        There are sometimes special upgrade deals for existing customers to get Sky Sports at a discounted rate. They are advertised in the press and through postal flyers, and if there’s one running at the moment you’ll see it when you log in to your My Sky account online.

        Sky Sports is available with every package

        The Sky Sports pack can be added to any Sky TV bundle, or you’ll get it included as standard with the Sky Sports or Sky Complete bundles. Whichever option you choose, Sky Sports will run on a 30-day rolling contract so you can cancel at anytime without penalty, although the TV bundles themselves are subject to a 12-month contract.

        Get a Sky Q box and Sky Go app

        Every Sky TV package provides a Sky Q box to pause, rewind and record up to 500 hours of TV, plus the Sky Go app to watch with smartphones, tablets and laptops wherever you’ve got wi-fi. The amount and variety of TV channels varies between bundles but the cost of adding Sky Sports remains the same. All Sky bundles are subject to £20 set-up.

        Extra sports channels

        If you’re looking for BT Sport you can bolt it onto your Sky Sports package for £22.99 per month, plus a £20. You’ll have to visit BTSport.com with your Sky viewing card number to get these channels. Manchester United's official channel – MUTV, Chelsea TV and LFCTV can all be added for an extra £7 per month each.

        Sky Sports with Virgin Media TV

        Sky Sports comes as standard with Virgin Media’s biggest TV bundles or it can be added as an optional extra with other packages on a 30-day rolling contract. You can take Sky Sports Main Event or Sky Sports Xtra, or the full collection, which includes Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League, Football, Cricket, Golf, F1, Action, Arena, News, Mix, and Xtra. You’ll need to pay extra to get the sports pack in HD. The Virgin TV Anywhere app allows you to watch the channels on mobiles, tablets and laptops over wi-fi.

        Existing customers with TV-only

        Sky Sports isn’t included in any TV-only package so you’ll need to add it on separately. It will cost £18 per month for one channel, £22 per month for two channels, £26 per month for three channels, or £20 for the Complete Sky Sports Pack. The HD pack costs an extra £7 per month.

        Existing customers with bundles

        If you get the Full House Sports, Full House Sports and Cinema or VIP bundles, then you get all the Sky Sports channels and the HD pack included, but if you go for the Player, Mix or Fun bundles then you need to add Sky Sports. You’ll need to pay extra to get the channels in HD.

        New customers choosing TV-only deals

        If you are a new Virgin Media customer and are choosing a TV-only deal then you will be getting the More TV, TV M+, TV L or TV XL packages. None of these include Sky Sports, but you can add it to any of them. You will have to pay extra to get HD.

        New customers choosing Big Bundles

        Sky Sports is included in three of the Big Bundles: Full House Sports,Full House Sports & Cinema, and VIP. You also get the HD pack with the VIP. If you get the Player, Mix or Fun bundles then you can choose to add either Sky Sports 1 or Sky Sports 2, or all seven Sky Sports channels. Sky Sports HD can be added for an extra £7.

        Extra sports channels

        Sky Sports also offers specialist channels, ranging from the official channels of certain football clubs to pay-per-view sports events. You can find out more about all of these options here.

        Sky Sports with BT TV

        Sky Sports is available with BT TV but there are some limitations for both new and existing customers. The main issue is that BT TV is only available as part of a bundle with broadband and phone, so you’ll need to take all your telecoms with BT to get Sky Sports this way.

        Deals for existing customers

        The availability of Sky Sports at BT is a little complicated for existing customers. Those who have an old BT Vision+ box with their TV and broadband plan will be able to purchase Sky Sports 1, 2 and 5. However, those with a YouView or YouView+ box need Infinity broadband to get Sky Sports 1, 2 and 5, so you’ll need to upgrade your broadband if you currently have a standard service.

        BT offers Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Extra for £27.50 per month. The channels run on rolling monthly contracts so you have flexibility to opt in and out with 30 days’ notice.

        Deals for new customers

        Only Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Extra are available to new customers, and even then only if they also take BT Infinity broadband with a BT TV package. BT offers three TV packages to Infinity customers: Starter, Entertainment and Total Entertainment. Getting Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Extra will cost £27.50 per month each, or £33.50 per month in HD.

        Sky Sports with TalkTalk TV

        TalkTalk charges more for Sky Sports than any provider, but it does offer some of the cheapest TV packages around, so it’s unlikely you would pay any more overall.

        Deals for existing customers

        You can’t get individual Sky Sports channels at TalkTalk and have to buy the full package for £34 per month. A minimum broadband speed of 5Mbps is also required to get Sky Sports. Check your speed here.

        Deals for new customers

        TalkTalk offers two TV plans: Essentials TV and Plus TV. Neither of these includes Sky Sports, but you can add a Sky Sports boost. This will cost you £34 per month and you get all ten Sky Sports channels.

        Extra sports channels

        If you’re a TalkTalk TV customer looking for more coverage of select sports, such as boxing, ice hockey, Nascar or British motor sports, you can add Box Nation or Premier Sports on a monthly rolling contract. BT Sport is not available at TalkTalk.

        Sky Sports with Now TV

        Now TV offers the most flexible way to watch Sky Sports. It is a TV streaming service that broadcasts live channels over the internet, so it relies on a broadband connection rather than a pay TV subscription, which makes it cheaper too. There are a couple of ways to watch Sky Sports on Now TV, depending on whether you already have a compatible device or you need to buy one.

        Individual passes

        Now TV is designed for those looking for a flexible, cheaper way to watch selected Sky TV channels. Once you’ve opened an account online, you can buy a daily, weekly or monthly pass to watch Sky Sports whenever you choose.

        The rates aren’t particularly cheap, but they do allow sports fans to dip into important events for a one-off fee rather than paying for a 12-month or 18-month contract with Sky Sports.

        Use Now TV on a range of devices

        Now TV is compatible with a wide range of different devices, including PS4, PS3, Xbox One, xBox 360, Roku, YouView, LG Smart TV, PC, Mac and many smartphones and tablets. You can register up to four devices to one account and watch on two at the same time. See the full list of compatible devices here.

        Multi-pack bundles

        If you don’t have a compatible device and want to watch Now on your home TV, you’ll need a Now TV box. It costs £19.99 (including delivery) or you can get it in a bundle with a months Sky Sports pass from £36.99. It hooks up to your TV via a HDMI cable and also provides catch up TV, including BBC iPlayer, along with apps like YouTube and Spotify.

        Frequently asked questions

        Can I watch Sky Sports live online?

        Yes. Now TV streams Sky Sports over the internet so if you subscribe to one of the sports passes, you will be able to watch the channels online through a wide selection of different devices using the Now TV app.

        If you subscribe to Sky Sports through Sky TV or Virgin Media you will also be able to watch the sports channels online via the providers’ online players – Sky Go and Virgin TV Anywhere. Each app is compatible with a different range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs.

        Can I get free Sky Sports?

        If you’re not willing to pay for Sky Sports, the only option is to head to a local pub to watch it for the cost of a drink or two. Alternatively, the cheapest Sky Sports option is the daily pass (£7.99) from Now TV.

        Can I watch European football on Sky Sports?

        Yes. Sky Sports Football specialises in European football, including UEFA European Championship qualifiers, La Liga and Eredivisie. However, the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europe League moved to BT Sport from the 2015-16 season.

        How do I find out what's on Sky Sports?

        You can visit the Sky Sports homepage to see channel listings.

        Can I subscribe to individual Sky Sports channels?

        It depends on your TV provider. It’s possible to get just Sky Sports Main Event or Sky Sports Extra with Virgin Media TV, but you have to subscribe to the full bundle (Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League, Football, Cricket, Golf, F1, Action, Arena, News, Mix, and Xtra) with Sky TV and Now TV. TalkTalk TV and BT TV only offer Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Extra as a bundle. Other Sky Sports channels are not available individually anywhere.

        Can I get Sky Sports without a pay TV subscription?

        Now TV is the only way to watch Sky Sports without subscribing to a pay TV contract. Now TV streams content over the internet and, after opening an online account, you can either buy a Now TV box or use a compatible device if you already have one. Passes for one day (£7.99), one week (£12.99) and one month (£33.99) are available to watch Sky Sports whenever you choose.

        Can I stream Sky Sports?

        The only way to legally stream Sky Sports is to pay for a package with Sky TV or Virgin Media TV, or a day/week/month Sky Sports pass with Now TV, which all offer online streaming options as part of the subscription.

        Do I need a broadband connection to watch Sky Sports?

        Not with Sky TV or Virgin TV

        With Sky and Virgin Media, you can just add Sky Sports to your TV package to watch via your Sky Q box or TiVo box. No broadband connection is required, unless you want to use the online apps (Sky Go and Virgin TV Anywhere) to watch your subscription on other devices.

        You'll need broadband to get BT or TalkTalk TV

        You’ll need a broadband connection to watch Sky Sports with BT or TalkTalk, and since these providers’ TV services are only available as part of a three-in-one bundle, you have to take their broadband and phone services as well.

        Now TV streams Sky Sports over the internet

        Now TV is an internet streaming service so you will need a broadband connection to watch Sky Sports this way. Now TV recommends a minimum download speed of 2.5Mbps.

        Can I get Sky Sports and BT Sport in one package?

        Yes. The VIP bundle and Full House Sports bundles from Virgin Media are the only packages that include BT Sport and Sky Sports as standard. The bundles also include broadband and phone however, so if you’re just looking for a TV-only package you’ll need to take Sky TV with Sky Sports and add BT Sport separately.

        Can I get Sky Sports in HD?

        All Sky Sports channels come in high definition (HD) for an additional monthly fee, but availability depends upon your TV provider.

        Can I watch my Sky Sports subscription on TV in another room?

        Yes. If you have Sky Sports with Sky TV, Virgin Media TV or Now TV, you’ll be able to watch the live channels in different rooms and on the move with the relevant apps. You’ll just need a compatible smartphone, tablet or laptop with a broadband connection.

        How do I get Sky Sports in my pub or club?

        You will need a commercial Sky for Business package rather than a standard residential Sky Sports package. There are two packages to choose from — Sky Ultimate and Sky Ultimate Plus — featuring a mix of live sport, entertainment and news channels. Find out more here or call 084442 411 111.

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