What if I disagree? :-)
I don't see a subscription for less £10/month. But possible there will be a £13/month offer or a £150 for nine months.
I would have thought if any sports channels ever had a reduced rate it would be Cricket or Golf. Or as things stand Racing!
As it happens, Sky are doing it for £10/month.
following the release of its blockbuster season launch promo and best-ever offer of £10 a month for new and existing customers from March 1, Sky Sports F1 has confirmed its bumper line-up of presenters, commentators, reporters and expert analysts for the new season.
I saw that too, try to get it is another thing, also for 18 months on a SKY contract, not a pass, somehow there is always a twist that makes it something I would be reluctant to do. £10 a month for ten months is just about acceptable, then come back in March 2020.
It's £32 a month - you have to take the £22 Entertainment package in order to get F1 at £10 a month. Arguably its £33 a month because you need to factor in the £20 set up fee. Oh, and the Entertainment channels are only in SD unless you add another £5 a month on top to upgrade to HD.
All of which reminds me why I binned Sky off years ago.
Really disturbing. NOW has increased the price per day to nearly £9.00. I have been watching F1 for about the last thirty years, and now, as a pensioner on a low income, find myself priced out from watching F1. I am not interested in any of the other Sky Sports channels. I hope NOW reads these messages.
Totally agree - I don't want any of the other sports and the new pass for £195 is just too expensive (unless you use it to get those other sports as well). Looking forward to watching the British Grand Prix live later in the year!