$5 Friday back on Fan Pass for one day only
Well well well, it looks like Sky has managed to solve their “it costs too much for us to offer it” problem. It’s a case of welcome back for Fan Pass as Sky have dusted off the mothballs and given fans back $5 Fridays!
It does come with a catch though. It’s only for this Friday so we can’t get too excited until the dinosaurs in the Sky boardroom realise that things like Fan Pass are actually the best way to deliver sports content and that when you set your product at a reasonable price, people will actually pay to use it.
OK Rant over here’s what you need to know.
This special on-off, one-day subscription rate gives fans the chance to access the best sporting events on SKY Sport channels 1-4 for 24 hours, streaming on FAN PASS this Friday 15 February.
From Friday 12am until Friday midnight anyone can catch the latest sporting action on a tablet, mobile or laptop for just $5.
Signing up is easy at fanpass.co.nz and once customers have selected their pass and are connected to the internet they’re good to go. Simply download the app through the App Store or Google Play™. The app is available on select Samsung Smart TV’s, Apple TV and PS4, or use a Chromecast for the big screen experience.
It’s not only the action on the field when the Chiefs take on the Highlanders in the mighty Waikato that’s not to be missed, there’s plenty more sport to indulge in for only $5 this Friday, including:
LIVE coverage of the Burger King Super Smash Elimination Final between the Auckland Aces and Central Stags.
Coverage of the Darts Premier League, LIVE from the SSE Hydro in Glasgow.
Arsenal travel to Belarus to take on Bate Borisov in this round of 32 clash from the UEFA Europa League. 1st leg LIVE from the Borisov Arena. Then Chelsea travel to Sweden to take on Malmo, 1st leg LIVE from the Swedbank Stadion.
The Hyundai A-League, Australasia’s premier professional football competition sees Wellington Phoenix take on Melbourne Victory at Eden Park.
Don’t miss LIVE coverage of the 2019 Investec Super Rugby. Kicking off with the Chiefs v Highlanders at FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton.
The 2019 NRL season starts with Indigenous Women’s All-Stars v New Zealand Māori Ferns.
Coverage of SailGP, LIVE from Sydney Day 1.