Half-price BT Sport deals and offers ahead of the UEFA Champions League final
Since 2015, BT Sport has been the exclusive home of UEFA Champions League football here in the UK. It is a deal that, despite the rumours of takeovers and mergers, will continue until the end of the 2023-24 season.
On Saturday, May 28, Liverpool will compete in what will be their third Champions League final since BT owned rights to the competition. In anticipation of the final, BT are offering prospective new numbers enticing introductory offers.
Their usual "Sport" and "Big Sport" package deals are now half-price for the first three months of their 24-month term, offering savings of over £60. Both deals can be viewed in more details at bt.com/sport/buy
Away from their coverage of the UEFA Champions League, BT Sport is also the exclusive home of UEFA's two other competitions: the Europa League and the recently launched Europa Conference League.
The finals of each of these competitions will be broadcast on BT over the next couple of weeks. In the Europa League, Rangers take on Eintracht Frankfurt at Sevilla's Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium on Wednesday, May 18. In the Europa Conference League, Roma face Feyenoord at the Arena Kombetare in Albania's capital city Tirana.
Between now and the end of the 2024-25 season, BT Sport will also show 52 live Premier League games throughout the course of each season. The deal was originally due to expire at the end of the current 2021-22 season but was extended in an effort to "support [...] areas of the football community particularly vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19" .
Outside of football, BT Sport's channels also cover a wide-variety of other sports from wrestling and rugby to cricket and the UFC. To check out the latest deals and discounts available on their package deals click here.
For readers among you who would like to access BT Sport without being tied down to a fixed-term contract, you can do so using their BT Sport Monthly Pass that is available to buy on an ad-hoc basis for £25.