Get free BT Sport, £0 activation and £95 Mastercard with fibre broadband deals from BT

Forget chocolates, lingerie and flowers from the local petrol station. BT broadband is wooing us with Valentine's gifts in the shape of free activation, pre-paid Mastercards and a year-and-a-half of BT Sport access with its latest fibre broadband deals. Those old romantics!

Sign up for BT Infinity broadband for £29.99 per month until midnight next Thursday February 15, and the telecommunication giant will shower you with gifts. It's the free access to BT Sport for the entirety of your contract that gets us most excited – that means exclusive access to Premier League football, Premiership Rugby, UFC fights and our cricketers down under.

And the £95 reward card only sweetens the deal further. It can be spent anywhere that Mastercard is accepted, online and in shops.

BT Unlimited Infinity 1 fibre broadband deal:

I'm already with BT broadband. Do I get free BT Sport?

You can probably already guess this, but good on you for clutching at those straws. This deal is for new customers only we're afraid. If you want to add BT Sport to your broadband plan, you'll need to pay an extra £3.50 a month for the sport channels.

What is a BT reward card?

The reward card that BT sends out is a pre-paid credit card that you can use anywhere that accepts Mastercard. In short, that's around a million shops, cafes and restaurants around the world, so you shouldn't find it difficult to find places to spend, spend, spend.

It's an old-fashioned chip and pin card, rather than contactless. But do make sure that you claim your Reward Card within three months of signing up to BT, otherwise you'll lose out on all that cash.

Best broadband deals

If you're still um-ing and ah-ing over whether to go for one of these BT broadband offers, or if you want to see what other TV or phone options there are, then check out our BT broadband deals page – our bespoke price comparison table will help you choose, with packages that include unlimited calls and BT Sports subscriptions. And if you want still more internet alternatives, then head on over to our main broadband deals comparison page.

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