If you’re in the midst of the January blues after a decadent festive season, savings help wherever you can find them.
After the glut of football on offer over Christmas, a return to something of a regular fixture list is an unwelcome reminder that while winter waistlines have grown, bank balances may be thinner.
The Pass includes access to Premier League football, the EFL Cup, Championship and European Champions Cup Rugby – but you’ll have to act quick, as the deal expires at midnight on Wednesday, 10 January.
Fans of the Premier League will be able to see the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham.
And for those who want a bit of cup drama, all four EFL Cup semi-final matches (first and second legs) will be viewable with Premier League leaders Man City facing Bristol City – the side who eliminated holders Manchester United in the quarters.
Not to be outdone, the other semi-final pits London rivals Arsenal against Chelsea as Arsene Wenger and Antonio Conte battle for much-needed silverware with Man City leading the title charge by a distance.
|Tuesday, 9 January||Kickoff||Competition||TV|
|Man City vs Bristol City||1:30pm||EFL Cup||Sky Sports|
|Wednesday, 10 January|
|Chelsea vs Arsenal||8pm||EFL Cup||Sky Sports|
|Sunday, 14 January||Sky Sports|
|Bournemouth vs Liverpool||1:30pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Liverpool vs Man City||4pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Monday, 15 January|
|Manchester United vs Stoke||8pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Saturday, 20 January|
|Brighton vs Chelsea||12:30pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Sunday, 21 January|
|Southampton vs Tottenham||4pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Monday, 22 January|
|Swansea vs Liverpool||8pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Tuesday, 23 January|
|Bristol City vs Man City||7:45pm||EFL Cup||Sky Sports|
|Wednesday, 24 January|
|Arsenal vs Chelsea||8pm||EFL Cup||Sky Sports|
|Saturday, 3 February|
|Burnley vs Man City||12:30pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Sunday, 4 February|
|Crystal Palace vs Newcastle||2:15pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Liverpool vs Tottenham||4:30pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|
|Monday, 5 February|
|Watford vs Chelsea||8pm||Premier League||Sky Sports|