Super Bowl: How to stream games for free
Super Bowl LVII is coming. This is the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, and the winner takes it all (NFL Frenzy 23 think Philly will win). It has to be a good game, and it has to be a great performance at halftime, because Rihanna will be on stage. Whether you are more interested in games, commercials, movie trailers are expected like X fast, or a flashy halftime performance, I’m here to tell you about all the ways you can tune in for free, along with other paid recommendations.
When is the Super Bowl?
Kick-off is set for 6:30 p.m. EST / 3:30 p.m. PST on Sunday, February 12. Fox will air pregnancy news starting at 1 p.m. EST, if you want an early follow-up to get comments.
What time does the Super Bowl halftime show take place?
There’s no set time for the halftime show (which features Rihanna) to start, but it will happen around 8pm or a bit later, depending on how the match goes.
Where can I watch the Super Bowl?
Fox has exclusive rights to broadcast this year. For those in the US using an antenna for local channels, navigating to your local Fox branch is all you need to do. If you have TV access through a provider like Comcast, DirecTV, Dish Network, Optimum, Spectrum, or Verizon Fios, your channel plan will almost certainly come with Fox.
Viewing outside the US? The NFL website has a comprehensive list of international network will broadcast the Super Bowl.
How can I watch the Super Bowl for free?
I’m glad you asked. Some out-of-the-box TV (OTT) services, such as YouTube TV And FuboTV, offers a free trial for new customers. They are sometimes extended to expired members who haven’t signed up for a while, but we didn’t find any for the Super Bowl.
If you don’t want to pay a dime up front, sign up for a free trial of any of the services below, and remember to terminate the service once you’re done with it. Who knows? You might like it enough to keep it in your subscription rotation.
These services are not free, but they can be what you want
There was a time when almost every OTT service offered a free trial. A few still do, but that time is mostly in the past. The services below aren’t free to start, but both offer plenty of content to match the price. In case hanging TVyou can get half the cost for the first month of using the service. Hulu Plus Live TV’The $69.99 tier includes Hulu original programming, in addition to Disney Plus and ESPN Plus.