Sky TV has some offers available right now that some customers might want to take advantage of.
The Formula One season gets underway in Melbourne this weekend and Sky now has almost fully exclusive rights to this motorsport competition.
In fact, the only race you can watch without having a subscription is the British Grand Prix which is being shown on terrestrial TV.
Highlights of all races will also be shown on standard broadcasts but if you want to view every race live then Sky is the only place where this is possible.
So, if you are an F1 fan here’s two deals that are available right now from Sky.
BEST FOR SKY SUBSCRIBERS
If you already have a Sky subscription then there’s a fairly cheap way to tune into every race.
Sky has cut the cost of its F1 channel by £8 per month meaning you watch all of the action for £10.
It’s worth noting that if you don’t already have Sky and want to watch via the service you’ll first need to get a dish and Sky Q set-top box installed.
The cheapest monthly package is then £22 per month with another £10 for Sky F1.
Sky usually ties you into an 18-month contract so beware of this before signing up.
BEST OF YOU DON’T HAVE SKY
Clearly having to pay for F1 when most races have been free is not something that is likely to please many F1 fans.
However, there is a way to get access to the full season for around £5 per week.
Sky’s NOW TV streaming service is currently offering fans the chance to grab a full Sky Sports pass which includes F1 for a one-off fee of £195.
To view NOW TV you will need a compatible streaming device such as a smart TV or set-top box plus a decent internet connection is recommended as all footage is beamed across the web.
NOW TV doesn’t require users to sign up to a lengthy contract although it’s worth noting that after the nine months is up you will pay £33.99 if you don’t cancel.
If you don’t want to pay then the best place to catch the action is Channel 4.
Channel 4 will be showing highlights of all the Qualifying and Formula 1 races this year, along with the British GP in full.
More details on timings will be announced closer to each race.