With Premier League games split between BT Sport, Sky and Amazon Prime this season, fans could foot a massive bill.
Separate subscriptions to all three could cost a whopping £885.40 to watch every match in the 2019-20 campaign.
But there are ways to cut that cost by £500 for supporters weighing up their options.
Dani Warner, a uSwitch money saving expert told the Sun: ‘All of Amazon Prime’s games are conveniently confined to December, meaning that non-Prime subscribers could simply sign up for one month at a cost of £7.99.
‘With Sky Sports hosting the vast majority of games, accessing its football channels will be a priority, and loyal football fans will likely see an advantage in signing up to Sky on a long-term deal.
‘Adding BT Sport will be a costly add on of £29.99-a-month, on top of the current best Sky Sports subscription, which includes broadband, of £67.50.
‘Over nine months, and including Amazon Prime in December, the whole season comes to £885.40.’
But there is a far cheaper alternative for fans to consider, according to Warner.
‘For casual fans, however, NOW TV’s range of Sky Sports passes – daily, weekly or monthly – may prove better value, with prices starting at just £8.99.
‘A monthly NOW TV pass at £33.99 can be combined with a subscription to BT Sport’s app for just £10-a-month, which, with a month of Amazon Prime, would reduce the total spend for the season to £373.90,’ she concluded.