I've never understood the decision with regards to Now TV. Surely having three tiers makes sense Now TV with p streaming and fewer channels and lower cost no contractual commitment Sky X with p streamingwider channel choice no contractual commitment Sky Q Satellite deliveryUHDContract required The trouble is, our idea of sense doesn't match that of the corporate world. Now it's the norm for many, me included. It makes sense to migrate NowTV into SkyX, and my guess is that if the platform works well in Austria then at some point we'll see it here or maybe not.
The offer is available until August 26 and the pass lasts for 10 months. So if you sign up now, it'll expire on 29 May once the football season has finished.
There are Premier League games in total - each of the 20 teams plays 38 games - but not all are broadcast to the public. The 3pm kick-offs, for example, are never broadcast.
So get excited to see Chelsea vs. Leicester City, Wolves vs.
Manchester United and many more games that are included in your NowTV football pass. But if you're a fan of other sports, this might not be for you though, as the pass only covers football. You will also soon be able to watch Premier League matches via Amazon if you're not a Sky or BT customer - it has the rights to 20 games this year, but these are all December kick-offs.
You can even cancel immediately on signing up and your pass will still be valid for the remaining 10 months.
NowTV regularly offers up a variety of deals and discounts but this one-off payment might just be the save of the season. Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team?
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