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    Watching Albion games on TV next season


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    I wanted to buy someone the ability to watch Albion games next season on their TV. Last season, there was a fair amount of talk on here about 'Day Passes' on Sky or BT ?
    Is there a simple way for me to buy some passes upfront and give it to them as a present ?

    I believe their TV supplier is Virgin.

    Thanking the great and good of NSC in anticipation

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      I can't get Virgin here in BN9, but NowTV works well for us. Day, week or monthly passes and no contract. Games on BT weren't covered but I believe that is changing soon?
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      Quote Originally Posted by WATFORD zero View Post
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      I wanted to buy someone the ability to watch Albion games next season on their TV. Last season, there was a fair amount of talk on here about 'Day Passes' on Sky or BT ?
      Is there a simple way for me to buy some passes upfront and give it to them as a present ?

      I believe their TV supplier is Virgin.

      Thanking the great and good of NSC in anticipation
      I have been amazed by RedBoxTV after downloading onto my Firestick, not the most legal of answers but for £40 it has to be the best, esp if you add Neptune Rising as well.
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      I have been amazed by RedBoxTV after downloading onto my Firestick, not the most legal of answers but for £40 it has to be the best, esp if you add Neptune Rising as well.
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      I use NowTV day passes. Just buy the pass on the day and it’s triggered as soon as you start watching. I think you can buy a whole load up front and for every day you watch the sky sports it uses one up. You can watch on a mobile device/Computer or tv if it has the app installed.

      So easy to do and £7.95 to watch a match in the comfort of your own home is a bargain
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      Watching NOW TV on a TV requires an app (free) if they have a Smart TV or a small NOW TV box/ or USB stick attached to the TV in question. The box can be used on standard tv's (assuming USB ports are available, not sure if the box has a HDMI connection!) or Smart Tv's

      Currently only SKY sports channels are available on the NOW TV Sport section but as @Thunder Bolt says there is talk of BT Sport being added to the service ( quick look via Google suggests 2019 )

      As NOW TV is a standalone service (via the Internet), the current TV supplier is irrelevant.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Dorset Seagull View Post
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      I use NowTV day passes. Just buy the pass on the day and it’s triggered as soon as you start watching. I think you can buy a whole load up front and for every day you watch the sky sports it uses one up. You can watch on a mobile device/Computer or tv if it has the app installed.

      So easy to do and £7.95 to watch a match in the comfort of your own home is a bargain
      Now tv week pass from currys for a tenner.
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      I use NowTV day passes. Just buy the pass on the day and it’s triggered as soon as you start watching. I think you can buy a whole load up front and for every day you watch the sky sports it uses one up. You can watch on a mobile device/Computer or tv if it has the app installed.

      So easy to do and £7.95 to watch a match in the comfort of your own home is a bargain
      You have to buy the passes on line one at a time. You cannot store them on your account.
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      Now tv week pass from currys for a tenner.
      you can also usually buy day passes on ebay for £3.00
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      Quote Originally Posted by pocketseagull View Post
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      you can also usually buy day passes on ebay for £3.00
      I've seen those, are they reliable?
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