Celtic won’t be providing a Pay Per View option for Saturday’s Premiership match against Livingston.
Sky Sports agreed with the SPFL that clubs could sell individual matches through their online platforms but Celtic are the only club not to offer this service.
Prices vary between £10 to £20 from club to club which allows additional funds to be raised outside of season ticket sales.
Celtic have around 50,000 fans who have access to the Pass to Paradise which gives them full access to the match with pundits such as John Hartson and Michael Stewart.
The opening home match against Hamilton Accies was shown live by Sky Sports with the next home match due to be shown by the main broadcaster coming on October 17 for the Glasgow derby.
Tonight’s match away to St Mirren can be watched through the home club’s TV service, costing £12.50.
??| Sadly there will be no PPV option on offer from @CelticFC for our clash at Celtic Park this weekend.#LFCLive subscribers will still be able to log in and listen to our audio commentary but there will be no visual stream available. pic.twitter.com/VSGONqlC5p
— Livingston FC (@LiviFCOfficial) September 15, 2020