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Cheapest way to watch Premier League on Sky Q, Sky Glass, Fire TV

by Atlanta Business Journal

Here are the cheapest ways to watch Sky Sports this season (Image: GETTY)

The Premier League 2022/23 season has kicked off, and football fans could be set for another close title battle. The leading duos of Manchester City and Liverpool have strengthened their squads with high-profile signings such as Erling Braut Haaland and Darwin Nunez, while teams such as Arsenal and Tottenham have invested well over the summer transfer break which could help shake things up in the pecking order and bring them into the fight for the EPL trophy. If you want to watch Premier League football on your Sky Q, Sky Glass, Fire TV Stick or more then you’ll be pleased to know there are some great money-saving deals available right now to let you tune into Sky Sports.

Sky Sports will be the place where you’ll be able to watch the most amount of Premier League matches this season, with 128 games being shown exclusively on Sky.

BT Sport will be showing 52 Premier League games while Prime Video will also show 20 exclusive games.

If you’re looking for the cheapest ways to watch the Premier League on your platform then here are the best deals available right now…

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Sky is running some great deals on Sky Q for the start of the season (Image: SKY)

CHEAPEST WAYS TO WATCH PREMIER LEAGUE ON SKY Q

If you’re thinking of signing up to get a Sky Q subscription new customers can take advantage of a number of deals.

For those looking for a ready built plan Sky is offering one package that is tailor made for the start of the season.

This plan usually costs £51 a month but is available for £44 a month and includes access to Sky Sports, Netflix and Sky TV.

Sky also has a ready made Sky Q package which includes Netflix, Sky Sports and BT Sport for £66 a month.

This will not only let you watch the Premier League games that are being broadcast exclusively on BT Sport but also the Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League fixtures shown on BT.

BT Sport also broadcasts Ligue 1 and Serie A matches.

Both of these Sky Q contracts run for 18 months and require a £20 setup fee.

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If you don’t want a dish fitted to your home Sky Glass could be the answer (Image: SKY)

CHEAPEST WAYS TO WATCH TO PREMIER LEAGUE ON SKY GLASS

Sky Glass is the broadcaster’s first ever 4K TV which has all the kit you need to experience Sky TV built-in.

And you won’t need a satellite dish fitted to your home as the Sky Glass experience is delivered over a broadband connection.

As with Sky Q, you’ll be able to pause and rewind live TV as well as access on demand content and apps – but you won’t be able to set up series links on Sky Glass.

If this sounds like something you’re interested in Sky is running a great offer on Sky Glass right now tied into the start of the Premier League season.

For a limited-time only you can get access to Sky Sports for half-price when you sign-up to get Sky Glass.

This reduces the price of the Sky Glass Sky Sports package from £25 a month to £12.50.

This promotional price runs for 18 months of your contract – meaning you’ll be able to watch the entirety of this season’s Premier League games on Sky Sports as well as half of next season’s fixtures.

If you like the sound of this deal just bear in mind the offer isn’t around forever. The promotion runs out on August 18.

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Amazon Prime also broadcasts Premier League games (Image: AMAZON)

CHEAPEST WAYS TO WATCH TO PREMIER LEAGUE ON FIRE TV

If you want to watch Premier League football on your Fire TV device there are a number of ways.

Firstly, you can sign up to Amazon Prime to watch the EPL games that will be shown on Prime Video.

A Prime Video subscription on its own costs £5.99 a month, while Amazon Prime costs £7.99 a month or £79 for a year at the moment.

This is changing next month though with Amazon Prime prices rising to £8.99 a month or £95 for a year.

If you want to avoid the price hike you can sign up to Amazon Prime for a year right now. This will lock in the current £79 price for the next 12 months, and help you to avoid the price hike until your next renewal date.

With an Amazon Prime stick you can also access the BT Sport app and the NOW app which will respectively let you tune into BT Sport and Sky Sport channels.

If you want to watch BT Sport via the app you can sign up to the BT Sport Monthly Pass which costs £25 a month.

While with NOW you can watch Sky Sports channels contract-free if you sign up and get a NOW Sports Membership.

This usually costs £33.99 a month but right now is available for £25 a month.

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Virgin Media has some great deals on Sky Sports with BT Sport (Image: VIRGIN)

If you’re thinking of signing up to Virgin Media there are a few deals you need to know of.

The leading TV and broadband provider offers a range of TV, broadband and phone bundles which includes Sky Sports – the cheapest of which is £65 a month.

This will offer access to Sky Sports as well as over 195 channels, will get you set up with Virgin’s M500 Fibre Broadband which offers average download speeds of 516Mbps and unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin Mobile numbers.

You will also get the Virgin Media TV360 box which lets you pause and rewind live TV, record shows and set-up series links so you don’t miss a single episode of your favourite show and access apps like Netflix and Prime Video all via your Virgin Media box.

And, better yet, if you love sports this package also includes access to BT Sport.

BT Sport is included with a variety of Virgin Media plans such as the Bigger Volt package which costs £49 a month.

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