How to Watch the Superbowl if You are a Cord-Cutter

The Big Game is less than a week away. Typically, if you aren’t a cable TV subscriber, you couldn’t be the host of the Superbowl party. However, this year that all changes. Now, cord-cutters have multiple ways to watch the Big Game live and in living color.

The showdown between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will go down on Sunday, February 4th at noon Eastern time, live on NBC. Therefore, if you are a subscriber to a live TV service you can watch the show on their NBC channel. Live TV streaming services that carry NBC include:

  • DIRECTV NOW
  • fuboTV
  • Hulu
  • PlayStation Vue
  • Sling TV
  • YouTube TV

However, if you are not a subscriber to any of the services above, NBC themselves are offering you two ways to watch the annual game…and all of its expensive commercials.

To catch a legal stream through NBC, either catch it on NBCSports.com or on the NBC Sports app. 

Lastly, you can catch the transmission of the game through your antenna. Enter your address on AntennaRecommendations.com to find your local NBC affiliate.

 

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