Join Barmy Army and get free access to BT Sport

With the Aussies ramping up the Ashes rhetoric in advance of the big event it’s time to get behind the England boys and show your support. If you aren’t one of the lucky ones heading Down Under in the coming weeks, Barmy Army and BT Sport have teamed up to provide you with a great offer:

Enlist as a First Class Barmy Army member and you can to subscribe to an amazing 6 months FREE ACCESS to BT Sport, EXCLUSIVE host broadcaster of the Ashes 2017/18 series.

You need to be an existing Sky TV subscriber, it’s £25.99 from month seven and there is a £20 activation fee on a 12 month contract. This is a saving of £155.94 in a year*.

Join the Barmy Army from just £30 a year online and you will be directed to the BT Sport website via a personal exclusive link where you can take advantage of this great offer. As well as the main event, BT Sport cover the Big Bash, UEFA Champions League, Aviva Premiership Rugby and the FA Premier League.

Other First Class Members benefits include:

• Access to England home International Test and ODI tickets
• 15% off world renowned clothing retailer and official ECB tailors T. M Lewin

For full benefits go to barmyarmy.com.

10% of your joining fee goes to our charity partner the PCA Benevolent Fund Legacy Year appeal.

*Based on a 12month subscription of £25.99 per month on Sky TV
6 Months FREE BT Sport
BT Sport: Price from month 7 currently £25.99 a month for UK residential customers. BT Sport on Sky TV requires Sky box, active viewing card and 12-month BT Sport contract. Excludes Multiscreen. E-billing required. Prices and BT Sport content subject to change at any time
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Stewart Coggin
Digital Marketing at Teamer
Stewart has worked in sports media since 2002, initially in journalism and now marketing. After four-and-a-half years on the official Premier League website, he switched to marketing in 2012 with sports coaching providers Green Star Media before moving into the world of 5-a-side football with PlayFootball. He now supports the marketing efforts at Teamer.

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