Want to know how to bag yourself the absolute best that BT Sport has to offer? You've come to the right place!
Whether you're simply looking for the best BT Sport deals, or trying to figure out whether you can add a BT Sport package as a Sky TV or Virgin Media user - we're here to answer those queries too. Here, we've got all the information you need on the best offers direct from BT (for both new and existing customers) as well as the news you need about BT's Monthly Pass.
We've done the hard part and scanned all the offers with a fine-tooth comb, revealing the absolute cream of the crop. All you have to do now is sit back, relax and pick your ideal BT Sport deal!
- Looking for Sky Sports instead? Check out our best Sky TV deals guide
Get BT Sport without the commitment
BT has a stellar way to get all that juicy BT Sport content without buckling down with a full commitment. With the BT Sport Monthly Pass, you can dip in and out whenever you want, 30 days at a time!
BT Sport Monthly Pass | 18 months | £25pm
That's right, for just £25 a month you're looking at getting unlimited access to BT Sport! This includes BT Sport Ultimate, which gives you pictures and sound in UHD (ultra-high-definition). Plus, this subscription also gives you access to the BT Sport app - which you can download on mobile, tablet, console and Smart TV.
BT deals for BT TV customers
BT Sport deals are available as an add-on to a BT TV package, as well as an extra to BT Broadband deals. Keep scrolling to see how much this would cost you per month, and if you are looking for the cheapest price possible then your best bet is to get prices direct from BT rather than going through third parties like Sky and Virgin Media.
BT Sport pack | 18 months | £10 pm with BT TV
If you already have BT Broadband and BT TV (even the basic TV package), it's super easy to add BT Sport to your setup for only £10 extra a month. Although you don't necessarily need to be a BT customer, you can only add this for £10 a month if you have BT TV. If you have BT Broadband make sure you check the deal below, and if you are a new customer the BT Sport pack starts at £29.99 a month.
BT Sport app/streaming access | 18 months | £16 pm (if you have BT broadband)
If you have BT broadband, but don't have BT TV, you can still access BT Sport via the online player and BT Sport app. This costs £16 a month which is a bit more than if you had BT TV, but given the channels you get with BT Sport and the current sporting events coming up (Champions League, etc.) - this is a pretty good deal.
How much are BT Sport deals on Sky?
Luckily, rather than put up a wall between their customers, BT and Sky have an agreement allowing existing Sky customers access to BT Sport too. That means they'll have the most comprehensive sports coverage in the UK. Sky customers will have to set this up through BT though rather than Sky.
The options are simple though and BT's website will walk you through the steps, We've included links below, and we'll talk you through the various options and how much they cost too.
BT Sport Pack on Sky | 12 months | £20 activation fee |£29.99 pm
Unless you have BT broadband, this is the cheapest way Sky TV customers can get BT Sport on their TV. This includes the entire suite of BT Sports channels in standard definition. This is a flat rate for the contract, and there is also a £20 activation fee.
BT Sport Pack HD on Sky | 12 months | £20 activation fee | £36.49 pm (£29.99 for the first three months)
What we love about the HD pack is that you can get the pack FREE for the first three months and only start paying on month four. And let's be honest, non-HD matches and games on modern TVs is far from ideal. So if you want to avoid that pixelated look (Snobs? Us?) then this BT Sport deal gives you the range of channels in shiny high-definition. On the plus side, this is only £6.50 more a month than the standard definition package!
BT Sport Pack HD on Sky | 1 month (rolling) | £35 activation fee | £29.99pm
And the other option Sky customers have is a one-month rolling contract. However, this is only available in SD and the activation fee is £15 more than the other contracts too. The plus side of all of this is that your contract just rolls over each month, meaning you can cancel whenever you want. Not to mention, that if you're only interested in a few specific sport events coming up, this may be the best option to save money.
How can I get BT Sport deals on Virgin Media?
Not a BT customer, nor want to be? The good news is you don't have to sign up to BT Broadband to get a slice of this cake, as BT is keen to let its rivals pay them to let you in on the action too.
There are a few Virgin broadband with BT Sport packages to choose from, sadly they don't include the cheapest Virgin deals. On the plus side, you're getting the shiny HD versions of the BT Sports channels in all of them, keep reading to see what the deals are.
And if none of these deals are what you're looking for, make sure you check out our best Virgin broadband deals guide.
Virgin Media | Big bundle | 213Mb avg speed | 18 months | £15 setup fee |
In addition to all BT Sports channels in HD, you're getting up to 213Mb fibre broadband, which is more than enough for most households. This bundle also comes with Virgin TV V6 box with over 227 channels that can be paused, rewound and recorded!
Virgin Media | Ultimate Volt Bundle | 1130Mb avg speed | 18 months | £15 setup fee |
This is Virgin's ultimate deal with the best of everything. You're getting a huge 1300Mbs broadband, all BT Sports, Sky Sports, Sky Cinema channels in HD, two Virgin TV boxes and over 230 channels. Not to mention you're getting an unlimited 4G SIM and inclusive anytime calls, this broadband plan is pretty impressive too - it's ideal for busier households!
What's on BT Sport?
The BT Sport Pack includes BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3 and BT Sport ESPN, you can also get these in HD for an extra cost (or for free depending on what deal you select).
Across these channels you'll find every Champions League match live, so to answer your question yes, you most certainly can watch the Champions League on BT Sport.
Meaning you get to watch all the games from the comfort of your home, without wrestling with people in a pub to get a seat closer to the TV. And don't forget, there's a selection of Premier League matches every week.
Any UFC or boxing fans out there? BT has got much of that action locked down, too - with exclusive rights to all UFC and hosting some of the globe's biggest boxing bouts on BT Box Office.
Not to mention that you can stream the Rugby Aviva Premiership, European Rugby Union, Moto GP and much more.
Where can I access the BT Sports schedule?
It's super simple, just head over to BT's website, click Sport and then scroll down to the bottom of the page and select TV guide and voilà, you're set to go! Can't find it? You can always click here to go to BT's TV guide directly.
What devices can I watch BT Sport on?
Prefer to watch the latest sporting action on the go? You got it, all you have to do is download the BT Sport app. Below you'll find a list of all the devices that the app is available on and therefore all the devices you can watch BT Sport on.
- Apple TV 4th generation and above
- Samsung smart TV 2015 models and above
- PlayStation PS5, PS4 and PS4 Pro
- Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Xbox One S
- Apple mobile and tablet devices running iOS 9 or later
- Android mobile and tablet devices running OS 4.4 (Jelly Bean) or later
- Windows smartphones and tablets running Windows 10
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