Football season is back and with it, the age-old question… how can I watch my team? If you’re a BT television subscriber, simply add NFL Redzone to your package. $49.99 gets you access to the entire NFL season. Not a video subscriber? Have no fear because here are 8 ways to get the most NFL content if you are a cord cutter.
1. NFL on Twitter – 10 Thursday night games will be broadcast live on Twitter…for FREE!
2. NFL SUNDAY TICKET.TV – Have you ever wanted Sunday Ticket but didn’t want to be to locked down by DirecTV? You now can get a standalone pass with a subscription but, it will set you back $50/mo. for the season.
3. NFL.com Game Pass (U.S. edition) – No live streams, on-demand only. Includes all regular-season games, the playoffs, and the Super Bowl. It also offers condensed game replays that allow you to watch full-length games in about 30 minutes.
4. NFL.com Game Pass (International edition) – Unlike the U.S. version, games can be streamed live or on-demand. Plus, international fans can watch the Red Zone and the NFL Network. *Not available in Canada*
5. Sling.com – You can watch live NFL games on Sling but they cleverly split games onto two different packages. It costs $40/mo. but doesn’t include CBS.
6. Playstation Vue – Another good option, Playstation Vue offers games from NBC, CBS, Fox, and ESPN, though sometimes there are regional restrictions. Depending on where you live, it could cost as much as $45/mo.
7. Verizon Wireless – Through the NFL Mobile app, Verizon wireless subscribers can stream in-market NFL games for free. NFL Mobile was recently added to the data exclusion list, so it won’t count against your monthly data. But to be safe, we suggest using your BT WiFi.
8. YouTube – These games aren’t live, but the NFL is making 96 previously played, full-length games available on YouTube this season.
So there you have it! Each solution has its pros and cons, but one of them should get you the access you need to cheer on your favorite team all season long.