If you fancy watching all the festive football this Christmas then there’s a very good deal from Sky’s NOW TV streaming service.

The online platform has just launched a flash sale which is offering a full month of Sky Sports for just £12.99 – that’s a saving of 60 percent off the usual cost.


The Sports pass includes a swathe of channels with the Premier League, F1 and NFL all available via the service.

The Sky Sports month pass usually costs £33.99 per month so this is a pretty good saving ahead of Christmas.

The only catch that customers should be aware of is that they will need to be quick to sign up as this ultimate offer ends at midnight tonight – Saturday, December 15.

It’s also worth noting that to view NOW TV you’ll need a compatible smart TV or streaming device.

NOW TV is available on platforms such as Android, iOS, LG TVs, Apple TV, PlayStation, Xbox and Windows.

You can also buy a dedicated NOW TV streaming Stick or set-top box.

Sky recently announced that NOW TV users will be able to watch all the action from the PDC World Darts Championship live on the Sky Sports Darts channel from 13th December with the Sky Sports Pass.

This year’s Championship will see the legendary Raymond van Barneveld playing for one final time.

Along with offering Sky Sports at a discounted pricethere’s also a good offer from NOW TV on the Entertainment bundle.

For £11.99 you can currently get Sky Cinema, Sky Entertainment and Kids TV in a pack NOW TV is calling the Winter Warmer.


This package also includes 300 Box Sets and 1,000 movies On Demand.

Along with adding more choice to your living room, NOW TV customers don’t have to sign up to a long-term contract or have a dish installed as this service is all streamed via the web.

If you want the full Sky experience then there is also a discount currently available via the Sky Store.

The satellite TV firm is currently offering its broadband and TV bundle for £45 per month – a saving of £5 per month.

This package includes download speeds of up to 63Mbps, over 300 channels and the new Sky Q box.