There's a simple, picture-based interface, which means that your kids shouldn't be badgering you for help all the time. There are thousands of episodes to choose from, with plenty of content for kids of all ages, from babies up to teens.
Head to a friend's house If you've got a friend with Sky or BT Sports, invite yourself round to keep them company while they watch the big game. Don't go empty handed; offer to do the beer run, or bake a nice cake.
Go to the pub OK, so it's not going to be completely free. If you stand staring at the big screen without a drink in your hand for long enough, you'll probably be asked to leave.
But you can still enjoy the game for the cost of a pint or two. You can find which pubs near you are showing sport by checking the Match Pint website or by downloading their app. Even better, if you check into the pub you're at with the Match Point app, you could get rewards like 2 for 1 drinks or even a free pint.
Check your broadband package If you've got a broadband and TV bundle, you may already have some sports channels included.
Sky Sports Mix lets you watch a combination of highlights and live sport. You'll get it for free whether you're a new or existing customer, on Sky and Virgin If you're looking to switch broadband provider , check to see which suppliers include sports channels in the cost of your package.
Check your mobile contract Depending on which network provider you're with, you might get Sky or BT Sport thrown in with your monthly contract: EE give pay monthly customers BT Sport for three months, free.
Their website has full details.
It's rare they include Sky Sports channels, but it's always worth checking it to see if that changes. You'll need the Now TV app to be able to watch Sky Sports channels, but you can get this for free on a range of devices.
Just download it from your app store and start streaming.
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