As the Barclays Premier League prepares to kick-off, TalkTalk TV customers can now take advantage of two great offers to help catch more of the games that matter.

From 14 August, TalkTalk’s Sky Sports Boost package, which offers six Sky Sports channels, will be half price at £15 a month for three months, just in time for the first Saturday Night Football and Super Sunday of the season. 

For those who just want a taster, on 16 August, all TalkTalk TV homes can take advantage of a free offer from Sky and tune into the Sky Sports Open Day, where all Sky Sports channels will be available to watch at no extra cost for 24 hours. 

YouView from TalkTalk homes will also receive Sky Sports 5, the new channel dedicated to European football, which launches on 12th August. And all TalkTalk TV homes can also purchase a Sky Sports day pass through internet TV service NOW TV on TalkTalk's YouView platform.

TalkTalk’s TV Boosts provide additional channels that can be added or removed a month at a time with no ongoing commitment. Viewers can add Sky Sports, Sky Movies, hit US entertainment and favourite kids channels and on demand content to their package at the touch of a button.

Tristia Harrison of TalkTalk said: “Our half price, flexible monthly Boosts are the perfect choice for cash-conscious sports fans. If you’re not a super fan, you can dip in for the games you want to watch, giving viewers flexibility and control. This is a great example of TalkTalk TV at its best - it’s TV you’ll be glued to not stuck with.”

These new offers build on the recent deal between Sky and TalkTalk to broaden and extend the distribution of Sky Sports and Sky Movies to TalkTalk’s TV customers.

TalkTalk’s Plus TV customers already have access to Sky Sports News, which will re-launch as Sky Sports News HQ on 12 August.

TalkTalk TV is also currently offering its Entertainment Extra Boost half price at £7.50 for two months. The 64 additional channels provide some of the summer’s hottest new shows on Fox, Watch, Disney XD including Being Human, Falling Skies, True Blood and Marvel Avengers Assemble.