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Entertainment Pass

Watch over 300 box sets on-demand, exclusive Sky Originals, US comedies and the very best HBO dramas.

Sky Cinema Pass

Access over 1000 new and classic movies on-demand and live Sky Cinema channels. Plus get a brand new premiere every day.

Sky Sports Pass

Stream exclusive live sporting action with access to all 11 Sky Sports channels.

Sports Extra Pass

Get access to live sport from BT Sport & Premier Sports across your devices.

Kids Pass

Keep kids of all ages entertained with 1000+ of ad-free episodes including 6 channels you won't find on Free to Air.

hayu Pass

Get the freshest reality TV straight from the US, plus over 5000 episodes on-demand.

Choose Sky Sports Pass

Only pay for the sport that matters to you. Get access to Sky Sports with a Day or Month Pass.

€10 one-off payment

€19.50pm for 3 months
(Was €39pm)

(Sky Sports Month Pass auto-renews at €39pm, unless cancelled.)

Your Sky Sports Pass gives you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels.

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Choose Sports Extra Pass

Only pay for the sport that matters to you. Get access to BT Sport & Premier Sports with a Day or Month Pass.

€10 one-off payment

€17pm for 3 months
(Was €34pm)

(Sports Extra Month Pass auto-renews at €34pm, unless cancelled.)

Your Sports Extra Pass gives you access to the below channels

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BT Sport Box Office and UFC 257 is not available through NOW TV.
Premier Sports do not have broadcasting rights for PRO 14 Rugby in Ireland

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Tuesday 26 January
Ipswich v S'land7:45pm
Wednesday 27 January
Hibernian v Rangers7:45pm
Friday 29 January
Reading v B'mouth8:00pm
Saturday 30 January
Norwich v M'boro12:30pm
C Palace v Wolves3:00pm
Man City v Sheff Utd3:00pm
Huddsf'ld v Stoke3:00pm
Arsenal v Man Utd5:30pm
So'ton v A Villa8:00pm
Sunday 31 January
Leicester v Leeds2:00pm
West Ham v Liverpool4:30pm
Brighton v Tottenham7:15pm
Monday 1 February
Watford v QPR7:45pm
Tuesday 2 February
Kilmarnock v Celtic7:45pm
Wednesday 3 February
Brentford v Bristol C7:45pm
Friday 5 February
Gillingham v Lincoln6:00pm
Swansea v Norwich8:15pm
Saturday 6 February
Coventry v Watford12:30pm
Fulham v West Ham5:30pm
Sunday 7 February
Hamilton v Rangers12:00pm
Wolves v Leicester2:00pm
Liverpool v Man City4:30pm
Monday 8 February
Man Utd v Everton8:00pm
Tuesday 9 February
Carrick Rangers v Linfield7:45pm
Wednesday 10 February
St Mirren v Celtic8:00pm
Friday 12 February
Blackburn v Preston7:45pm
Saturday 13 February
N Forest v B'mouth12:30pm
Man City v Tottenham5:30pm
Sunday 14 February
St J'stone v Celtic12:00pm
Arsenal v Leeds4:30pm
Monday 15 February
Chelsea v Newcastle8:00pm
Tuesday 16 February
M'boro v Huddsf'ld7:45pm
Luton v Cardiff8:15pm
Wednesday 17 February
B'mouth v Rotherham8:15pm
Friday 19 February
Watford v Derby7:45pm
Saturday 20 February
Coventry v Brentford12:30pm
Liverpool v Everton5:30pm
Sunday 21 February
A Villa v Leicester2:00pm
Monday 22 February
Brighton v C Palace8:00pm
Tuesday 23 February
Luton v Millwall7:45pm
Rotherham v N Forest7:45pm