Premier League on BT Sport Box Office

Wolves v Crystal Palace, Fri 30 October (8pm KO)
Burnley v Chelsea, Sat 31 October (3pm KO)

£14.95

Due to coronavirus causing the prolonged absence of fans from football stadiums, the Premier League has announced that fixtures not originally due to be broadcast live, will now be made available via pay-per-view. The Premier League came to this decision so that fans are able to continue watching their teams, and also to generate some revenue for clubs while they are unable to receive matchday income.

 

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Tyson Fury is on top of the boxing world after a front-foot demolition of Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas. With Anthony Joshua carrying the other belts, and fellow Brits Daniel Dubois and Dillian Whyte knocking at the door for world titles, this is a rich era for heavyweight boxing in the UK.

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Tyson Fury is on top of the boxing world after a front-foot demolition of Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas. With Anthony Joshua carrying the other belts, and fellow Brits Daniel Dubois and Dillian Whyte knocking at the door for world titles, this is a rich era for heavyweight boxing in the UK.

BT Sport Box Office: Home to the world’s biggest fights

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After his superlative demolition of Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury is now the biggest name in world boxing and BT Sport is the UK home of all the Gypsy King’s bouts. With talk of a home fight in December, can anyone halt Fury’s march towards Anthony Joshua and boxing immortality?

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UFC on BT Box Office

Every discipline and style is represented in the most fascinating yet brutal MMA stage of them all: the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Will the boxer beat the martial artist? Will the slugger beat the submissions expert? Get the answers one week, before someone re-writes the rules the next.


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BT Sport Box Office is a collection of TV channels 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.

This varies depending on the event and will be published in conjunction with all events.

For more details on a specific event go to the BT Sport Box Office page. 

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 (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Republic of Ireland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including the Canary Islands), Sweden Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). Republic of Ireland customers should refer to Sky Ireland to find out how to watch the event.

If you are currently a BT Sport subscriber on Sky, you can purchase the event via your Sky box, or if you can buy online.

If you have Sky but currently don’t subscribe to BT Sport, first you’ll need to register and pay for your first event with BT by credit/debit card. Once you’ve bought your event, you’ll be able to see the event by pressing Box Office on your Sky remote or tuning to the BT Sport Box Office channels 490/494.

You can order a BT Sport Box Office event on channel 494/495 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. Please note the BT Sport Box Office app is not available for WWE events.

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