BT Sport free trial

What is BT Sport?

BT Sport is a part of the BT Group, and offers a selection of various sports channels and television channels in the UK and Ireland. BT Sport was originally launched in 2013.

Where is BT Sport available to stream?

BT Sport is available for streaming on BT TV, TalkTalk, Apple TV, Sky (and SKY Sports, Sky TV), Samsung Smart TV and Virgin Media, as well as other Smart TVs. BT Sports offers five linear BT Sport channels, and six extra interactive BT Sport Extra channels, and all of these should be available for streaming on the above mentioned streaming services.

You are also able to stream via the BT Sport app on Apple and Android mobiles and tablet.

Does BT Sport offer a free trial?

Yes, BT Sport does offer a free trial, although it is not the typical trial you may be used to.

How to sign up to BT Sport free trial

You will be able to get BT Sport free trial for three months as an EE customer, by simply texting SPORT to 150, and you will receive all the information you need to get set up. You must be an EE pay monthly customer in order to sign up for this free trial with BT Sport.

You will be able to download BT Sport app free on Now TV and via Amazon Prime Video; however you will have to purchase a subscription with each service.

What do you get on BT Sport free trial?

The BT Sport free trial with EE provides an unlimited data allowance; meaning there is no limit to how much you can watch.

With the free trial allowing you to access everything you would be able to with a regular BT Sport monthly pass, you will be able to tune into:

  • All of the BT Sport channels; BT Sport 1-10
  • Football – Premier League matches, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Conference League games
  • Rugby – European Champions Cup Rugby and Gallgaher Premiership Rugby
  • Cricket
  • WWE
  • UFC
  • MotoGP

What happens when my BT Sport free trial ends?

Once your BT Sport free trial has ended, you will start to get automatically charged for the monthly pass subscription.

In order to avoid being charged without warning sign up to ScribePay today; we will alert you when your free trial is about to end and give you the option to not pay, along with providing more information on where your money is going so you can make better educated decisions on which subscriptions are worth your money.

I want to subscribe to BT Sport. How much is BT Sport?

BT Sport – flexible sports membership

From £18 monthly fee

Big Sport monthly pass option

From £43 a month

VIP TV package – BT Sport Ultimate

From £25 a month for 3 months, then £76 a month

All of the above package options also come with 24 month membership contracts, or contract-free, which enables you to cancel anytime – it up to you when you sign up.

How much is BT Sport on Sky?

You can now watch BT Sport through your Sky box.

There are two subscription packages that you can choose from:

BT Sport on Sky 1-month rolling contract.

Cost: £29.99 per month.

BT Sport on Sky 12-month contract.

Cost: £29.99 per month for 12 months.

How to get BT Sport for free on Now TV.

If you have Now TV you will be able to watch BT Sport which is downloadable on a free app.

You can watch BT Sport on Now TV, which is a free downloadable app. There’s no extra cost to getting the BT Sport app on NOW TV but you’ll need a subscription with NOW TV.

In order to access this follow these simple steps:

  • Go to
  • Sign into your account
  • Find the Sports Passes on the top bar.
  • Choose your Sports Membership,
  • Select pay and start watching BT Sport!

Is BT Sport rebranding to TNT Sports? When will this happen?

BT Sport will be rebranding to TNT Sports on the 18th July 2023, making 17th July 2023 the last day the streaming service and app will be known as BT Sport app.

You will not have to do anything to activate the change within the app; it should automatically update and the rebrand and name change should occur alongside this.


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Will subscription costs change once the rebrand from BT Sport to TNT Sports has happened?

It has been confirmed there are no plans to change the pricing of subscriptions for existing BT Sport users under TV contract once the rebrand has taken place, although this may potentially still happen in the future.

If you are using the streaming service with the flexible subscription it is less clear what will happen to the fees you are paying. Rather than accessing and subscribing directly through the BT Sport app you will have to go via the Discovery+ app, which may alter the cost from the current £29.99 per month.

As a user you should continue to have access to Discovery+ Sports and Entertainment membership at no extra cost; this is also applicable for anyone accessing BT Sport through Sky.

How can I sign up for BT Sport free trial with ScribePay’s virtual card?

ScribePay is the UK’s #1 subscription management app to pay, manage, and track free trials and recurring subscription payments.

It is simple to use, and it will save you more money than you would expect, especially in the long run!

When you spot a subscription, simply head to the ScribePay app. Tap to release the virtual card and copy and paste the card details into the checkout page of the subscription service you are interested in.

That’s it, you can leave your worries of forgetting and being charged for an unwanted subscription to ScribePay.

There are three benefits of what the ScribePay App does for you:

  1. Manage all your subscriptions in one app
  2. Prevents unwanted charges when free trials end or subscription prices increase.
  3. Freedom to trial new services knowing you will never lose money. 

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