You can score Kayo for $5 over February

Brodie Fogg 30 January 2019 NEWS

Stream the Super Bowl, BBL and the 2nd Test Match with a knockout deal on Kayo.

The fresh-faced sports streaming service Kayo is already hitting the competition for six when it comes to value, but for the month of February, you can score Kayo's Basic Plan tier for a third of the price.

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It's a huge month for sports fans. Super Bowl 53 kicks off next week (10:30am Monday, 4 February 2019) and games 3 to 5 of the second Test Match (Australia vs Sri Lanka) will run from 3 to 5 February. There's also plenty of NBA games and AFLW for Aussie Rules fans.

From 28 January to 4 February 2019, you can sign up to Kayo's Basic package and pay $5 for your first month.

Once the first month is up, your monthly payment will revert to $25 per month for the Basic subscription (which allows you to stream on 2 devices at once) or $35 per month for the Premium subscription (3 simultaneous streams) if you choose to upgrade.

It's worth noting that this deal seems to have replaced the 14-day free trial for both the Basic package and the Premium package.

Is the deal good value?

If we wanted to split hairs (and we totally do), we'd compare the Feb for a Fiver and free trial deal to see which offers better value. And if we were to be so petty as to crunch the numbers over a couple of bucks, we'd find that the Feb for a Fiver deal is the dominant deal as it saves you $20 off your first month whereas as a 14-day trial technically gives you half a month free, so around $11.50 to $12.50 of value.

With that said, it's a bit of a shame that Premium users don't get a look-in with the Feb for a Fiver deal. Here's hoping the 14-day trial returns once the Feb Fiver deal is over.

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