The regular season is coming for the NFL and with that comes another season of streaming the games live.
To get this started, let’s start by talking about the live TV streaming service options that are out there.
YouTube TV is the first one since it will have all of your local channels such as CBS, FOX, NBC, and ABC. On top of that, the service is the exclusive streaming home for the NFL Sunday Ticket. As this is being written, you can get your first three months of YouTube TV for $64.99 a month and then it will switch to $72.99 after that period.
Getting the NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube TV will have a starting cost of an additional either $74.75 a month or $299 for an entire regular season. To see all the plans and options, click here.
Other live TV streaming services include Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV, Vidgo, and DirecTV Stream. Sling TV does get access to local ABC, FOX, and NBC stations in select markets but not CBS.
Speaking of CBS, Paramount+ will be another place for viewers to stream the NFL on CBS. Paramount+ does provide live games and the game you’ll be able to watch will be the one in your local TV market.
Peacock will be the streaming home of Sunday Night Football on NBC as well. The service will have pre-game and post-game shows for the broadcasts too.
NFL+ is another option out there and is good for travelers that mainly stream games from a device like an iPhone or iPad. From it, users can stream the games being played on FOX and CBS in their local TV market, as well as primetime games like ones on NBC, ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network but only though a mobile device. The service starts at $6.99 a month.
However, those that choose to go with the NFL+ Premium package at $14.99 a month will be able to stream NFL RedZone which will enable them to stream on a larger screen such as an Apple TV HD or Apple TV 4K.
ESPN+ will be live streaming a number of NFL games this season as well. In fact, the NFL’s week four Monday Night Football game between the Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars will be an ESPN+ exclusive, as well as the international game that will be happening that same week between the Seattle Seahawks and New York Giants. ESPN+ will be the streaming home for some games in week 18 too.
Once again, Prime Video will be the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football. The good news for NFL fans is it doesn’t cost as much to watch those games as one might think. Through the App Store’s in-app purchases, you can subscribe to Prime Video for just $8.99 a month and get access to all of those games and content on Prime Video itself.
Be sure to also read our article about how to stream the 2023 college football regular season too.
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