BT is offering three months' free access to BT Sport. But to take advantage, you'll have to sign up to either its broadband or mobile plans.
The deal is live now and runs until next Wednesday (the 27th).
Sign up to either BT's broadband or mobile plans, and you'll get BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport Europe and BT Sport ESPN free for three months. The channels were previously only available free to new BT TV customers.
They usually cost £5 a month.
The broadband deal starts at £8 a month, plus £17.99 a month line rental. You'll also get a Home Hub 4 router, 5GB of cloud storage, online security and access to the BT SmartTalk app, which lets you make calls from your mobile at the same rate as BT's landline calls.
BT Sport launched in August 2013, and has since gone on an all-out assault on Sky Sports' dominance of the Premier League. It has signed up big names like Jose Mourinho, Ian Wright and Gary Lineker as pundits and presenters.