Sky has launched a trio of new packages that allow Sky TV customers to easily add BT Sport to their package. Previously, Sky customers would have to approach BT separately for a Champions League fix.
You can add BT Sport 1, 2, 3 and BT ESPN to your current Sky TV package for an extra £25 per month. That’ll be on an 18-month contract, and you’ll have to give Sky 31 day’ notice before cancelling.
It will cost an extra £35 per month to add those four BT Sport channels and all eight Sky Sports channels to your existing Sky TV package. However, Sky says this offer will end on March 12, and you’ll have to commit to an 18-month minimum term contract.
If you’re a Sky customer and currently pay for BT Sport and Sky Sports separately, Sky says you’ll pay 35% less by combining them as part of one package. However, to do so you’ll have to contact Sky to change your current subscription.
You can do so by following this link and hitting the ‘Delayed Activation’ option that will give you 30 days to see out your notice period with BT before being charged by Sky.
Finally, there’s a package that will combine all of the channels mentioned above with Sky Entertainment. That will cost £47 a month, and once again that offer will end on March 12, and you’ll have to commit to at least 18 months.
“Our customers have always loved sport and we’re delighted to now be able to offer them even more,” said Lyssa McGowan, Sky’s chief consumer officer.
“From the excitement of the UEFA Champions League, Tiger Woods defending The Masters and the rise of Fallon Sherrock, 2020 is a huge year of sport. Now, through our partnership with BT and the launch of our new sports packages, millions of fans can watch all the sports they love.”
Earlier this week, BT announced a range of new, flexible TV packages that benefit from full integration with Sky’s Now TV streaming platform.