So if you are a fan of the likes of The Walking Dead and all its spin-offs, then it's worth signing up. Instead it supplies customers with a YouView box. This enables you to watch all the channels that come with your chosen package.
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The TV company has the rights to all Champions League and Europa League games - meaning Manchester United and Manchester City fans will have to buy a subscription or head to a pub to see their team in action away from the stadiums themselves.
BT Sport also has selected FA Cup games and with both Manchester clubs into the quarter finals it's another set of fixtures that may need a subscription.
However, even with the rise of on-demand sport streaming services BT does not have a way to watch big matches using a temporary pass. Next season Amazon will enter the battle for football's TV supremacy with a selection of matches streamed on the internet giant's platform.
Football League clubs are already using a streaming service for every club in the three divisions and Sky regularly offers access to all games via the red button. BT Sport is lagging behind when it comes to a sports day pass - meaning one-off Champions League nights will stilll mean a trip to the stadium or the pub for fans of the two big Manchester clubs.
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