How can you watch the TV show everyone is talking about, Game of Thrones season 6 in the UK and the United States in the most economical way? It is possible to do it without depleting your bank balance.
Game of Thrones season 6 episode “2” has been just aired in the UK and the Twitterati has gone berserk. It was the second explosive episode on Sky Atlantic which holds the rights in the UK.
The “Game of Thrones” is a product from the house of HBO and no wonder it airs the show in the US via HBO Go and HBO Now.
The “Game Of Thrones” Episode 3 has been titled Oathbreaker, and it will be telecasted on May 8th.
With that in mind, how is it possible to get the latest episode as it airs in the UK and the US at minimum cost? We have all the answers here.
Sky holds the UK television rights for Game of Thrones, and so the best way is to use a Sky TV service. Existing Sky subscribers can watch it on either Sky Q and its related apps or the Sky Go app
Sky Go and Sky Q permits its subscribers to view the Game Of Thrones as it is aired in the US on Sunday at 2 AM or the next day i.e. Monday at 9 AM.
Sky Q is only for Sky Q subscribers Sky Go can be accessed for £15 per month at sky.com.
The best was to view Game Of Thrones is to get hooked to Now TV and watch as it is aired live on Sky Atlantic. Now TV will also offer the latest episode on catch up if you have missed the show live, but be forewarned it will not stay, unlike Sky Go.
The most economical way to get on Now TV is to pay just for a Now TV Entertainment Pass at £6.99 per month.
If you have never used the service before, a free two-week trial of Now TV is available, and there are some three-month free discounts which allow almost the entire Game of Thrones season 6 to be watched free.
“Game of Thrones” is one of the most pirated shows on TV and most of the episodes end up here in minutes of being aired. Of course remember that downloading, streaming, sharing torrents is a completely illegal activity.