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Since May 16, 2020 the ball has been rolling again in the Bundesliga as one of the first leagues worldwide. If you don’t want to miss the rest of the season’s games, Sky currently has an offer for you: The End of Season Ticket *. You can use it, for example, on May 31, 2020 to play the Sunday games Gladbach v Union at 3:30 p.m. and Paderborn against Dortmund at 6 p.m. Watch live without having to sign a long-term contract or order a sky receiver. You can also watch the games of the 2nd Bundesliga, Dresden against Stuttgart, Heidenheim against floodplain and Hamburg against Wiesbaden (all at 1:30 p.m.), stream live.
The Sky End of Season Ticket
With the Sky Ticket * End of Season Ticket, you can stream all individual games (for which Sky holds the rights) and conferences in the 1st and 2nd Bundesliga. In addition, you will receive the UEFA Champions League, all Premier League games, the DFB Cup and many other sports highlights such as tennis, handball and golf as soon as the competitions start again. It’s all there for two months for a one-time fee of 39.99 euros. Of course you can cancel after the two months – this saves you 33 percent compared to the normal price of 59.98 euros.
The End of Season Ticket is the special offer of the Supersport ticket. You can stream your personal sports highlights on up to two devices at the same time. However, you should note that the ticket is automatically renewed at the normal price if you do not cancel it in time.
Win Samsung QLED 4k Smart TV
If you secure your End of Season ticket by May 31, 2020, Sky also offers you the opportunity to participate in the competition for one of three Samsung QLED Smart TVs (model: Samsung 55-inch QLED 4K Q60T). The device currently costs 1,099.00 euros at Samsung *.
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