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Topic # 151441 25-Aug-2014 17:10
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We have Sky really only for Sky Sports, as my dad likes to watch golf. However, this is quite expensive and pretty stupid. Is there any other way we can watch sports like Golf?


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  Reply # 1115368 25-Aug-2014 17:21
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No other legal way except igloo maybe?

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  Reply # 1115369 25-Aug-2014 17:23
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use a friend's login for Sky Go

that's probably against Sky Ts and Cs,  but then again accessing Netflix is against Netflix Ts and Cs, and we don't seem to have a problem with that.


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  Reply # 1115371 25-Aug-2014 17:29
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Igloo doesn't seem really that good - only one channel that we would actually use in the premium pack.

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  Reply # 1118360 30-Aug-2014 09:13
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People on sell their cable login's. For example I get a Verizon sub account for $12 a month which gives me access to to heap of services which includes ESPN. They have loads of golf. 

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  Reply # 1118613 30-Aug-2014 15:50
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.. and if you get the above you have also access to NBC Sports which has a Golfing Channel (has the Barclays Premier League soccer games as well).

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