Free access this weekend

Enjoy a taste of BT Sport this weekend. Feast your eyes on a whole range of great sport headlined by Arsenal’s trip to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace.
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    Last updated: 25 October 2013, 15:02 BST

    Enjoy a taste of BT Sport this weekend. Feast your eyes on a whole range of great sport headlined by Arsenal’s trip to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace.

    How can I watch?

    Sky Digital Satellite Platform :

    • BT Sport 1 on Sky Guide Channel 413
    • BT Sport 2 on Sky Guide Channel 414
    • ESPN on Sky Guide Channel 417

    Those with regular Freeview and BT TV customers who have not yet joined BT Sport can tune in to Freeview Channel 57 to watch BT Sport 1 between the hours of:

    • Friday – 6pm – 4am
    • Saturday – 11.30am – 6am
    • Sunday – 11.30am – 4am

     

    What’s coming up over the Free Access Weekend?

    Highlights include:

    • Crystal Palace v Arsenal, Saturday 11.30am on BT Sport 1
    • 3 live Aviva Premiership Rugby matches; Bath v Gloucester (Fri, 7pm), Northampton v Saracens (Sat, 3pm) and Wasps v Leicester (Sun, 1pm) all on BT Sport 1
    • UFC live from Manchester headlined by Machida v Munoz (Sat, 7.30pm on BT Sport 2)
    • Action from the Scottish Premiership, Ross County v Inverness CT (Fri, 7.15pm on BT Sport 2)
    • 2 matches from the French Ligue 1 featuring big spending PSG and Monaco
    • WTA Tennis from TEB BNP Paribas, including the semi-final and final (BT Sport 2)
    • MLB World Series Game 3 & 4
    • Action from the Serie A featuring Napoli, AC Milan and Inter Milan
    • 3 matches from the Bundesliga

     

    Enjoyed the Free Access Weekend?

    If you enjoy this taste of the great sporting line up on BT Sport there’s much more to come including Everton v Liverpool, Tottenham v Manchester United and two huge Barclays Premier League double headers on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

    If you enjoy our free weekend, get BT Sport free with BT broadband

    Call 0800 1412 412  now or click here to subscribe.

     

    COMPETITION

    The legal stuff:

    BT Sport – UK residential broadband customers only. BT broadband customers can watch BT Sport online at home with a minimum line speed of 400kbps. To watch BT Sport online elsewhere you need 3G/4Gwifi (charges may apply). To watch BT Sport at btsport.com you need Microsoft Silverlight. The BT Sport App works on iPhone (3GS and above), iPad (iOS 5.1.1 and above) & selected Android devices with OS 4.1. Max. 2 devices simultaneously. BT Sport is also available on BT TV for new and existing broadband customerswho sign up for 12 months or have 12 monthsremaining on their contract; ongoing renewal needed to get discounted BT Sport. Sport on BT TV requires compatible box from BT – fee £49-£299 may apply. BT TV customers without BT Infinity will need to order & pay for a viewing card by phone from 1 Aug; allow ten days for deliver. E-billing required. BT Sport is free for new and existing customers. BT Broadband for new customers from £10 a month (plus line rental £15.45 a month). Terms apply.
    HD TV pack £3 a month. Requires HD ready TV & cabling. To watch HD on Sky Digital Satellite Platform, customers need a black satellite receiver box. Terms apply.
    Broadband Special Offers – If you’ve got a broadband special offer, you’ll keep it on te same terms you originally agreed to – including when it ends. The basic price of BT broadband stays the same: and that’s what you’ll pay when any special offer stops.

    Last updated: 25 October 2013, 15:02 BST

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