Not only that, but doing this will cost £35 for the first option making a saving of 35% compared to the standalone subscription prices. It has all 12 combined Sky and BT sports channels.
A second option saves you even more by combining Sky Sports, BT Sport and Sky Entertainment - including Sky One, Sky Atlantic and Fox - for just £47 per month, saving 40% compared to getting them individually.
Click 'get started' and Sky will show a saving of £34 a month, which is actually 42% off the usual monthly price of £81.
The new sports packages are available to new and existing customers on an 18-month contract and you can find them at sky.com/btsport.
Sky says that “customers with a BT Sport subscription with BT who wish to take one of the new packages will need to contact Sky to upgrade their accounts.”
You can also request a ‘delayed activation’ option which grants you a 30-day notice period with BT before being charged by Sky.