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Formula 1 2017

What is the cheapest way to watch live F1 on TV (without buying a new TV). All Virgin seems to offer is the full Sky Sports package which is a rip off if all you are really interested in is the F1. Anyone know a way round this please?

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Re: Formula 1 2017

There's a thread on MSE covering this same question: http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5489081

In short though, Sky Sports F1 only comes bundled with the Sky Sports pack.

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You can pay for single days\weeks of Sky Sports on NowTV (think it's £7 for a day, £11 for a week if you wanted to watch the qualifying etc.), not cheap, but cheaper than a full Sky Sports sub. You can also usually get deals on NowTV boxes that include a few months sport sub for a decent price, which might be another option to save a bit.

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There's a thread on MSE covering this same question: http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5489081

In short though, Sky Sports F1 only comes bundled with the Sky Sports pack.

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You can pay for single days\weeks of Sky Sports on NowTV (think it's £7 for a day, £11 for a week if you wanted to watch the qualifying etc.), not cheap, but cheaper than a full Sky Sports sub. You can also usually get deals on NowTV boxes that include a few months sport sub for a decent price, which might be another option to save a bit.

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