Episode 4 ‘The Spoils of War’

Here’s our guide on how to watch every episode of Game of Thrones season 7 online for free. Scroll down for all the details on episode 4, ‘The Spoils of War’.

The last episode of Game of Thrones might have been one of the most consistently compelling episodes in the show’s entire run, so there’s no shortage of hype for episode four, Spoils of War.

With Casterly Rock under siege, Jon Snow seeking favours from Daenerys Targaryen, and Bran Stark finally reunited with his sister Sansa, the next episode is something really special – without giving too much away, it fully justifies the hype.

Before we get into how to watch the fourth episode of season seven, check out the official season 7 episode 4 trailer below:

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Watch Game of Thrones season 7 episode 4 for free

The latest episode of Game of Thrones aired over in the US on Sunday, August 6, but the UK had to wait until 02:00 (BST) on Monday, August 7 to watch it – on account of time-zone differences.

If you’re happy to stay up late then that’s fine, but we’d recommend making use of Sky’s Now TV catch-up service or tuning in for the 21:00 (BST) re-run on Monday night on Sky Atlantic instead. That way you can really soak up all the glorious action with an alert mind and rested eyes at your convenience.

Buy Now: Now TV Entertainment Pass for £6.99

Why do we like Now TV so much? Well, it’s operated by Sky and offers the same content, but you pay on a rolling monthly basis rather than subscribing to a lengthy contract. Plus, new Game of Thrones episodes become available on catch-up as soon as they finish airing – so you can watch them first thing on Monday morning and not have everything ruined by social media spoilers.

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Better still, if you’re a first-time subscriber then you can even trial the service for free for 14 days. After that, you’ll pay £6.99 per month with the option to cancel at any time. So make sure to cram as much viewing as you can into the free trial if you’re not planning to renew.

The good news is that many different platforms support Now TV, including iOS, Android, your laptop or desktop computer, Roku devices, and many, many more.

Buy Now: Now TV Entertainment Pass for £6.99


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