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BT Sport gives the gift of rugby this Christmas

BT Sport is making a selection of Aviva Premiership Rugby games available for everyone to watch over Christmas and New Year.

BT Sport will make four games available for everyone starting with Sale Sharks who take on Exeter Chiefs on Friday 19 December.  Harlequins host Northampton Saints at Twickenham on 27 December in Big Game 7, Newcastle Falcons take a trip to Franklin’s Gardens on 2 January and Gloucester Rugby welcome Saracens to Kingsholm on 9 January.

Tickets are still available for all four matches. Click here for details.

UK viewers can watch the games either online at www.btsport.com or on TV via the BT TV and Sky platforms, whilst Republic of Ireland viewers can watch on the Sky platform.

New customers to BT Sport can get BT Sport HD absolutely free for three months if they sign up between 19 December 2014 and 4 February 2015* (subject to line speed). Customers wishing to order BT Sport can do so by calling 0800 400 440 or by visiting www.btsport.com. BT Sport is free for customers who take BT Broadband**, or is available from £13.50 per month on the Sky platform.

TV viewers can watch the free rugby games via the following channels: BT TV 507/508 (SD), 510/511 (HD), Sky and Setanta (413/414). 

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