Kayo Sports for $2.50 a month: Grab this limited deal here

Posted: 10 December 2021 2:00 pm
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Kayo Sports, Australia's leading sports streaming platform, is offering a ridiculous deal for a short time.

From the moment it launched, Kayo Sports immediately became the streaming option for sports fans in Australia. With more than 50 sports available for you to choose from and a 14-day free trial for new users, it was impossible to beat.

After the free trial period, Kayo subscriptions were then $25 per month for the basic package and $35 for the premium package, which effectively meant 3 simultaneous streams instead of 2.

Now they have a new offer for those who are yet to try it all out and see what the fuss is about.

Limited time Kayo Sports deal

Right now for the first time, you can get Kayo's basic package for $5 total for 2 months of streaming.

That's right, $2.50 per month for 2 long months of The Ashes, NBL, NBA, UFC and so much more. It is a standalone offer and not running in conjunction with any other offer.

The deal has just been extended. It is now running through until 11:59pm AEDT on Friday 13 December. That's a 3-day extension on the original deal. So if you are still looking for that perfect Christmas present, this could be it.

After the 2 months are up, your subscription will auto-renew at either the basic or premium package rate. So we suggest setting an alarm for 24 hours before your deal ends to decide your next move.

Stream Kayo Sports for 2 months for just $5

Kayo Sports' Basic or Premium plan and more than 50 sports live. Ends 13 December.

Keen to know about more sports streaming? Check out our full guide here. If you're not sure who to stream with, we've got a Foxtel vs Kayo comparison so you can decide which option suits you best.

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