NFL Sunday Ticket is a premium out-of-market sports package that broadcasts all NFL regional Sunday afternoon games not available on your local CBS or Fox affiliate.
Scott Hanson kicks off your Sunday with 7 straight hours of live football, featuring up to 8 games at once within the octobox. NFL RedZone brings you every touchdown from every game, every Sunday afternoon during the regular season.
No. You can purchase NFL Sunday Ticket as a standalone service with YouTube Primetime Channels—no bundling required.
Yes, if you have YouTube TV Base Plan, you can also access NFL RedZone by purchasing Sports Plus on YouTube TV for a monthly fee.
If you purchase a pre-season NFL Sunday Ticket package, your purchase is nonrefundable. Additionally, if you purchase the YouTube TV NFL Sunday Ticket/NFL Sunday Ticket with RedZone package, you must also keep an active YouTube TV subscription until, and throughout, the 2023-2024 regular NFL season to keep watching NFL Sunday Ticket. Please contact our Customer Service if you have any additional questions.
The 2023 regular season begins on September 7, 2023 and access to NFL Sunday Ticket begins on September 10, 2023.
NFL Sunday Ticket can be watched on up to two simultaneous device streams.
If you’re a subscriber to Fubo, you can purchase the Sports Plus add-on for $10.99 per month. You can also sign up for the Fubo Ultimate Package and it will be included.
If you sign up for Fubo through Roku, you can’t add NFL RedZone. You need to sign up for NFL RedZone through the Fubo website and subscribe to the NFL RedZone add-on.
If you’re a subscriber to Sling TV Blue, you can purchase the Sports Extra add-on. It includes 11 additional sports networks.
NFL RedZone is not included in the basic Plus Package of Vidgo. However, if you subscribe to Vidgo’s Premium Package, NFL RedZone is included.
Yes. However, the catch again this year is you can only stream the standalone version of NFL RedZone on your smartphone as a “Season Ticket Member.” (You’ll need to turn off all ad blockers and VPNs for the service to work.) It’s only $35 for the full season. Users will still need to sign in with their streaming service when using connected tv devices, gaming systems, and tablets.
Yes. When subscribing to NFL+, you’re able to watch live local, primetime, and postseason NFL games on your mobile devices. You can also watch the NFL Network live 24/7 plus access ad-free NFL library programming on demand. NFL+ is $4.99 per month or $12.99 for the season. There’s also an NFL+ Premium option available, which gives you everything in NFL+ and in addition, allows you to watch replays of games for viewing on your schedule. NFL+ Premium is $9.99 per month or $24.99 for the season.
The streaming services that offer the NFL Network include DIRECTV STREAM (Ultimate and Premier tiers), Fubo (add-on), Sling (add-on), Vidgo, and also the ESPN+ app.
Yes. The NBA’s League Pass allows you to stream hundreds of live games. They have a “with commercials” option and an ad-free option.
No. ESPN’s streaming app is called ESPN+. The subscription is $9.99 per month, or save over 15% with an ESPN+ Annual Plan at $99.99 per year. However, ESPN+ does not give access to the live broadcasts that you’d find on ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNNews. You can stream SportsCenter when subscribing to streaming providers like DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, Fubo, YouTube TV, and Vidgo.