The greatest fights, exclusively on BT Sport Box Office

BT Sport Box Office will be back soon with more landmark sporting moments to make 2019 the best and most action-packed year yet!

The greatest fights, exclusively on BT Sport Box Office

BT Sport Box Office will be back soon with more landmark sporting moments to make 2019 the best and most action-packed year yet!

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Follow the build-up

Follow the latest BT Sport Box Office news and schedules anytime. And you can re-watch highlights from top fights including Tyson Fury's courageous comeback in the controversial split-decision WBC world heavyweight title challenge against Deontay Wilder, and Josh Warrington’s successful defence of his IBF Featherweight title in a 12-round thriller showdown with Carl Frampton.

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Follow the build-up

Follow the latest BT Sport Box Office news and schedules anytime. And you can re-watch highlights from top fights including Tyson Fury's courageous comeback in the controversial split-decision WBC world heavyweight title challenge against Deontay Wilder, and Josh Warrington’s successful defence of his IBF Featherweight title in a 12-round thriller showdown with Carl Frampton.

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Got more questions?

You can find more information on buying and watching BT Sport Box Office events in the full BT Sport Box Office FAQs.

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Got more questions?

You can find more information on buying and watching BT Sport Box Office events in the full BT Sport Box Office FAQs.

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BT Sport Box Office is a TV channel that lets you buy and watch live pay-per-view events. All events will be advertised on the BT Sport website. Go to the BT Sport website.

Yes, BT Sport Box Office events are an additional charge to subscription services.

If you’ve bought the event in the UK with a UK credit or debit card or on your EE bill, you’ll be able to watch using the BT Sport Box Office app while in the EU or EEA. Republic of Ireland customers can view the event through Eir but not on the web player or app.

If you’re a BT Sport subscriber on Sky, you can buy the event via your Sky box, or you can buy online.

If you have Sky but don’t yet subscribe to BT Sport, first you’ll need to register and pay for your first event with BT by credit or debit card. Once you’ve bought your event, you’ll be able to see it by pressing Box Office on your Sky remote or tuning to the BT Sport Box Office channel 490.

You can order an event on BT Sport Box Office on channel 494 or via BT Player on your BT TV box and following the on-screen instructions.

You can only buy BT Sport Box Office events on your BT TV box, not online or over the phone.

You need to have fibre broadband to order and watch via your BT TV Box. If you have copper broadband, you can still order and watch via the BT Sport Box Office app.

Yes, BT Sport Box Office events are an additional charge to subscription services.

The full terms and conditions for BT Sport Box Office are available here.

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