Sky is offering the first day's action of The Open golf championship free for anyone who wants to watch.
To watch, you'll have to sign up to Now TV, Sky's streaming service. But rest assured it won't cost you a penny. Head to nowtv.com/freepass anytime from 00.01 tomorrow morning and you can claim your free Sky Sports Day Pass.
This will give you 24 hours free access to the temporary Sky Sports The Open channel, as well as the other six Sky Sports channels you'd usually get with a Sky Sports Pass.
Then you can sit back and watch the first day of the 145th Open at Royal Troon.
You don't have to watch on your TV either. Now TV is available on over 60 devices, so you can watch on your computer, tablet, mobile, or streaming box hooked up to you telly.
Sky Sports The Open will offer live coverage of all four days of The Open in their entirety, plus highlights and preview programmes. To watch more of the championship, you'll need a Sky Sports Pass. These cost £6.99 a day, £10.99 a week, or £33.99 a month.
Now TV recently launched Now TV Combo, the UK's first contract-free landline, broadband and TV bundle.