Here's how to watch Premier League football on Sky for just £17.57 a month

Friday, 19th June 2020, 4:33 pm
Updated Friday, 19th June 2020, 4:33 pm
Marcus Rashford's Man United face Tottenham Hotspur on Friday night (Getty Images)

With little to do during lockdown there’s a chance you might want to tune into the return of the Premier League.

Sky Sports boast broadcasting rights for the lion’s share of remaining fixtures, hosting 64 of the final 92 fixtures.

Twenty-five of these will be able to view for free on Pick TV, the broadcaster’s free-to-view platform, but the remaining 39 will require a subscription of some sort.

Thanks to Now TV, there's no need to get bogged down with a 24-month contract to Sky in order to access hours of live football.

Now TV serve as a streaming platform for Sky Sports, allowing fans to stream live content from every single Sky Sports channel.

And football fans can enjoy a month of unlimited viewing for just £17.57.

How do I pay just £17.57 for a month of Now TV? 

Now TV have reduced the cost of their three month sports pass to just £25 a month.

The pass allows users to access all 11 Sky Sports channels on smart phones, laptops, tablets and more.

The current promotion is a 25% cut in the usual price of £33.99 a month, but sport fanatics can enjoy a further discount.

All new Now TV subscribers can skim another £7.43 off the first month of their subscription by purchasing through Topcashback.co.uk.

The deal is due to run out by the end of the day, however, so fans will need to move quickly.

Take the following steps in order to claim back an extra £7.43:

1. Sign up to Top Cashback

2. Find Now TV deal on Top Cashback site

3. Follow the link on the offer and purchase a sports pass

4. Wait up to 30 days for payment of £7.43 from Top Cashback.

What Premier League fixtures is Sky Sports showing? 

Wednesday, June 17

Aston Villa v Sheffield United (1800, Sky Sports)

Manchester City v Arsenal (2015, Sky Sports)

Friday, June 19

Norwich v Southampton (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Tottenham v Manchester United (2015, Sky Sports)

Saturday, June 20

West Ham v Wolves (1730, Sky Sports)

Sunday, June 21

Newcastle v Sheffield United (1400, Sky Sports and Pick)

Aston Villa v Chelsea (1615, Sky Sports)

Everton v Liverpool (1900, Sky Sports and Pick)

Monday, June 22

Manchester City v Burnley (2000, Sky Sports)

Tuesday, June 23

Leicester v Brighton (1800, Sky Sports)

Tottenham v West Ham (2015, Sky Sports)

Wednesday, June 24

Manchester United v Sheffield United (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Liverpool v Crystal Palace (2015, Sky Sports)

Thursday, June 25

Burnley v Watford (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Southampton v Arsenal (1800, Sky Sports)

Sunday, June 28

Watford v Southampton (1630, Sky Sports and Pick)

Tuesday, June 30

Brighton v Manchester United (2015, Sky Sports and Pick)

Wednesday, July 1

Bournemouth v Newcastle (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Everton v Leicester (1800, Sky Sports)

West Ham v Chelsea (2015, Sky Sports)

Thursday, July 2

Sheffield United v Tottenham (1800, Sky Sports)

Manchester City v Liverpool (2015, Sky Sports)