You can watch the whole of the rest of the Ashes for £34 via Now TV

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The Ashes finishes on September 16, which means you can sign up for just one month of Sky Sports via Now TV and watch the whole of the rest of the series. (That’s an affiliate link, by the way, which means we get a small cut if you do sign up and also haven’t used Now TV previously.)

Three things to note:

  • £34 gets you a one-month Sky Sports Pass for your TV and up to three other ‘devices’
  • You have to remember to cancel the pass before the end of the month or it’ll auto-renew (we do it immediately after buying)

What’s Now TV?

Now TV is Sky’s pay-as-you-go option. You can get it on your phone, on your laptop, on certain TVs, or through a box or dongle thing. The big selling point is that there’s no contract, so you can just pay for this month and that’s it.

These are the pros and cons of Now TV.

And here’s a link if you just want to dive in and sign up immediately.


Mike Gatting wasn't receiving the King Cricket email when he dropped that ludicrously easy chance against India in 1993.


Why risk it when it's so easy to sign up?


  1. Tempting!

    Altogether now… there’s only one Ollie Robinson (who is a RMF bowler who plays for Middlesex and not wicketkeeper who plays for Kent)!

  2. I wish he did play fir Middlesex rather than Sussex, Mike.

    A day in The Lanes and The Brighton Pavilion now awaits us. Sounds expensive.

  3. Unless I’ve got it wrong – which is entirely possible – the £5.99 a month offer is for “unlimited access to Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Action, Sky Sports Arena, Sky Sports Racing and Sky Sports News” none of which appear to be showing The Ashes…

    1. You’re not wrong. We were. Thanks for pointing this out.

      We’ve amended the article. Anyone who followed our terrible advice, please get in touch and we’ll pay you back out of our own stupid pocket.

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