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Take them all on with free BT Sport for 18 months - for a limited time only!

The new season is here and it's the perfect time to bag a BT Sport subscription with this stunning sign-up offer.

This offer has now expired.

Free BT Sport for 18 months – what better way to take them all on this season?

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BT Sport heads into the new campaign armed with an unparalleled portfolio of world-class live sports rights, allowing subscribers to get to the heart of the action like never before.

We deliver live events through pioneering TV technology and award-winning streaming products, while providing an extensive – and expanding – on-demand service across all platforms.

Here's more information about this unprecedented free BT Sport for 18 months offer, which expired at 11.59pm on Thursday, August 16th:

- BT Sport is FREE for 18 months with BT TV (Starter, Max HD and Max 4K)
- BT Sport is FREE for 18 months with Watch Online & On The Go (App)
- BT Sport is FREE for 18 months on Sky TV with BT Broadband
- BT Sport is FREE for 3 months then from £27.99/mth on Sky TV
- BT Sport is FREE for 3 months then from £27.99/mth on TalkTalk TV

Now let's take a closer look at exactly what you get with a BT Sport subscription.

Great Sport Happens Here

This section pretty much speaks for itself.

Here is a snapshot of the kind of live sport that you can enjoy with BT Sport:

• 42 Premier League games per season (rising to 52 in 2019/20)
• Every UEFA Champions League game (playoffs onwards)
• Exclusive UEFA Champions League highlights (new for this season)
• Every UEFA Europa League game (group stage onwards)
• 30 Emirates FA Cup games per season
• 30+ Ladbrokes Premiership games per season plus exclusive Betfred Cup coverage
• Big-time boxing featuring Tyson Fury, Carl Frampton, Billy Joe Saunders, Josh Warrington and exciting rising stars such as Anthony Yarde and Daniel Dubois
• 82 Gallagher Premiership Rugby games per season
• Exclusive Heineken Champions Cup coverage (new for this season)
• Exclusive European Rugby Challenge Cup coverage (new for this season)
• Every MotoGP Grand Prix
UFC numbered and Fight Night events
BundesligaNational League and FA Women’s Super League football
• 52 WTA tennis events per season, including the WTA Finals
• Brilliant American sports coverage – NBA, MLB, college and more
• Every Speedway GP race plus British Premiership, World Cup and more
• A huge range of motorsport, including every WRC, IndyCar and Formula E race
• Big Bash cricket and Australia home Test/ODI/T20 internationals
• More hockey than you can (ahem) shake a stick at

Get a further flavour of the upcoming live events on BT Sport right here.

4K: The Original…and Best

BT Sport made broadcasting history when it showed Europe's first ever live televised sporting event in 4K in August 2015.

Not that we’ve rested on our laurels, of course, since debuting the stunning ultra high-definition experience in Arsenal's 1-0 win over Chelsea in the FA Community Shield.

We’re still ahead of the curve, showing an ever-increasing number of live events in 4K – and more than any other UK broadcaster – as well as in superb Dolby Atmos surround sound.

Further information on our dedicated BT Sport 4K UHD channel, which offers a picture four times sharper than HD, can be found right here.

The Stream Dream Team

Every live event or programme shown on BT Sport’s TV channels is also available for live streaming on BTSport.com and the award-winning BT Sport app.

Digital viewing of flagship live events is provided by the peerless enhanced video player, featuring a brilliant interactive timeline, goal alerts, multi-camera functionality and in-depth statistics.

And what’s more, these streams remain available long after the live broadcast finishes, offering subscribers the chance to watch either the moments of their choice or the whole event “as live” at their leisure.

Watch the video below to learn more about how the enhanced video player has become the go-to live sport streaming companion on both laptops and mobile devices.

Then there’s BT Sport 360°.

Have you ever watched your team score a goal in 360°? It genuinely feels like the closest thing you can get to actually being at the stadium for that hair-raising moment of euphoria.

This awe-inspiring virtual reality software has been making waves ever since we added it to BTSport.com and the BT Sport app last December and is available on selected matches throughout the season.

Find out more in the video below:

BT Sport is a ‘No FOMO’ zone

When there’s so much live sport at your fingertips, it’s often difficult to stay entirely on top of all the drama unfolding across the world as it happens.

That’s where BT Sport’s ever-growing on-demand service comes into play, with TV and online catch-up libraries featuring the following:

• Full matches, fights, cards and races
• Extended highlights
• Magazine show episodes
• BT Sport live studio show episodes
• Celebrated BT Sport films
• Documentaries

No Fear of Missing Out here, then.

Just make sure you don’t miss out on getting all this and more free for 18 months.

Join now to take them all on with BT Sport.

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