Broadcasting giant cuts price of packages by 50% with huge games coming up in the Champions League, Premier League and elsewhere
by Craig Humpage
Football Writer, Sporticos
Published on Thursday 8 April 2021
Football fans across the UK have surely been enjoying the first legs of the Champions League quarter final stage which included a five goal thriller between Bayern Munich and PSG and an enthralling 2-1 victory for Manchester City over Borussia Dortmund. Tonight marks the return of the Europa League with Manchester United and Arsenal involved. There’s a whole lot to play for in the Premier League with European places and relegation spots far from decided. The biggest leagues in Europe are still full of narrative. There’s a ton of great football on TV this week and there will be in the weeks to come. You can watch a whole lot of it on BT Sport and now at half price.
BT Sport has exclusive rights to all top European competitions until 2024 including all UEFA Champions League matches, UEFA Europa League and even the upcoming UEFA Conference League. They also own exclusive UK rights to the German Bundesliga, French Ligue 1 and broadcast many matches from the Premier League. It’s not only football too. They show other sports like rugby, golf and even the UFC. Fans can get all of this at half price for the next six months with this new offer.
Sport for £7.50 per month
BT Sport offer different packages and bundles which depend on whether or not you have broadband. You can get your internet and sport through them or only sport. It’s quite flexible. To point out some of the best options, they have the Sport package, which now starts at £7.50 for the first six months. With this you get all BT Sport channels plus the Box Nation channel, a recordable TV box, and instant access to the BT Sport app, on which you can live stream the matches on your favourite mobile devices wherever you are. For the more insatiable sports fan they have their Big Sport package which is now only £20 for six months, down from £40. With this you not only get everything from BT Sport but also everything from Sky Sports including 11 Sky channels, Eurosport 1 & 2 and access to the NOW app. With the bigger package it is practically impossible to miss a football game that is televised in the UK.
Click here to learn more about the half price offer.
Monthly pass for £25 per month
For those who don’t want a contract with BT Sport, there is the more flexible monthly pass option. It isn’t quite as economical as those included in the half price deal but you have the peace of mind of knowing you can cancel at any time. With the monthly pass you get 30 days access to all BT Sport channels immediately - there is no installation or activation so you can be watching the second after you join. You don’t need to be a BT Broadband customer to get the monthly pass and there are no strings attached. It could be a great option.
Click here to learn more about the BT Sport monthly pass.
Three months of BT Sport live streaming for free
There’s also an insane offer for new and existing EE mobile customers. If you are with EE or join EE, you can text SPORT to 150 and get the BT Sport app completely free. You can live stream on your mobile phone, tablet or even selected Smart TVs. After three months you can cancel or start paying £10 a month to continue. Terms and conditions apply.
Click here to read our in depth look at this EE offer.
Or click here to see the offer on the EE website.
Huge games coming up this week on BT Sport
There’s some great football coming up on BT this week. The Europa League Quarter Final stage begins this Thursday with Manchester United facing Granada and Arsenal against Slavia Prague. Scott Parker’s Fulham continue to fight for Premier League survival on Friday when they host Wolves. Champions-elect Manchester City face Leeds United on Saturday morning, and later in the day Bayern Munich, PSG and Borussia Dortmund are all in action across the BT Sport network. The week is capped off with a terrific Sunday full of football from the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and the Premier League including Sheffield United’s game against Arsenal.
|Thurs 8 April||20:00||Arsenal vs Slavia Prague||UEFA Europa League||BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate|
|Thurs 8 April||20:00||Granada vs Manchester United||UEFA Europa League||BT Sport 2|
|Fri 9 April||20:00||Fulham vs Wolves||Premier League||BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate|
|Sat 10 April||12:30||Manchester City vs Leeds United||Premier League||BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate|
|Sat 10 April||14:30||Bayern Munich vs Union Berlin||Bundesliga||BT Sport ESPN|
|Sat 10 April||16:00||Strasbourg vs PSG||Ligue 1||BT Sport 3|
|Sat 10 April||17:30||VFB Stuttgart vs Borussia Dortmund||Bundesliga||BT Sport ESPN|
|Sun 11 April||19:00||Sheffield United vs Arsenal||Premier League||BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate|
There’s never been a better time to get BT Sport in one form or another and there are so many different options. Whether it is the EE free three months offer or the BT Sport half price offer, any football fan would be crazy not to take advantage. There’s so much left to play for and for insanely cheap prices you can watch every kick of it.
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