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Update on Sky Sports Day and Week Passes

Update on Sky Sports Day and Week Passes

From 6 February 2018, the prices of our Sky Sports Day and Week Passes will be changing. The Day Pass will go up by £1, from £6.99 to £7.99, and the Week Pass will go up by £2, from £10.99 to £12.99.

Why is the price increasing?

Whenever we review our pricing we work hard to keep any increases to a minimum. That's why the cost of our NOW TV Sky Sports Day and Week Passes has remained the same since 2014. 

During this time, our Sky Sports Passes have been expanded as we've added new channels, taking the number available from 7 to 10:


Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports F1, Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Golf, Sky Sports Action, Sky Sport Arena, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix, Sky Sports News

On top of this, Sky Sports has completed almost 50 individual rights deals, agreeing new long-term partnerships for some of the biggest competitions and adding some of the world’s biggest sporting events, including:

  • Premier League
  • F1
  • England and Wales Cricket Board
  • English Football League
  • Golf Majors, including The Open Championship.

And of course, all NOW TV Sky Sports Passes remain contract-free, giving you the flexibility to pick and choose which specific events on Sky Sports you wish to watch, and the length of Pass that suits you.


At the moment we won't be changing our Sky Sports Month Pass.

If you're a Combo customer and you bought a Day or Week Pass after 3pm on 5 February, your email receipt might state that you've paid £7.99 or £12.99.

Don't worry about this – the amount shown on the receipt will be incorrect for a few hours while we align our systems, but you'll have been charged the correct price of £6.99 or £10.99.

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