2019 NFL season is here. There is no other sport that gets the U.S more excited than this. With fans ready for the adrenalin rush and nail-biting finishes, there are more ways now to gear up for the action. Like they say “old is gold”, taking a cable subscription would be the best way to watch your favorite sport. It is undoubtedly the simplest way possible. But with the expense, it won’t be a feasible option for youths who strive to meet the edges. Because the NFL has a way of its own in dividing up the broadcast rights.
The only way one can make sure not to miss even a single game is to take a subscription for all the channels that managed to acquire the rights – Fox, CBS, NBC and of course ESPN. Several other games are available only on the NFL network. No need to worry anymore. There are other gems of options available out there to wake up the football fanatic inside you without losing much weight from your wallet. After all, with the internet revolution, following the standardized ways to do something is so out of fashion.
1. Sling TV
Those who are looking for a less expensive way to enjoy the game, Sling is here for you. Sling TV packages are the best possible budget options available out there. Sling Blue offer comes with Fox and NBC in select markets, i.e. big cities and NFL network in all markets. Of course, you will miss the game on Friday nights as it lacks ESPN. But that is a negligible problem, as the package comes to you with as little $25 per month. Now you might be wondering- “Well, this does not look feasible, I don’t live in big cities. So no Fox and NBC. Only NFL network?” Wait before you judge.
Because Sling Blue offers NFL RedZone for $10 per month as sports extra, which is without any doubt, the perfect and best value live TV streaming service any hardcore football fan could ask for, right? Another great option is given by sling TV, if you can spend a little more, is a combined version of Sling Orange and Sling Blue. This package is available for $40 per month. Advantage of this option is that you get Fox, NBC, NFL Network and ESPN for this rate, which is not bad. But you will still miss out CBS.
2. Hulu with Live TV
Hulu with Live TV comes with a package of Fox, CBS, NBC, and ESPN at a rate of $45 per month (It’s $44.99 actually, but technically…). It is a great option with only one disadvantage. Well, a major one. NFL Network is not available in this option. But one good thing about Hulu with Live TV is that it allows you to record live TV with 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage. Now, this is a great option if you do not have time to watch the game on living.
3. AT&T TV Now
This is a tricky option. It comes at a rate of $50 for 45 channels. It surely includes ESPN and it surely does not include NFL network. But your chance of getting CBS, Fox and NBC depends on your location, as these channels are available only in select cities in AT&T TV Now. And one more major disadvantage of this option is that it does not provide an easy way to find out which sports channels are available in your location.
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4. Fubo TV
When it comes to sports streaming services, Fubo TV is a classic. It is very popular. Slightly expensive, but apart from giving access to live TV channels, it comes with CBS, Fox, NBC and NFL Network and all for $54.99. The only problem with this option is that it lacks ESPN.
5. Last option
This is probably not the best option, but it certainly is not a bad option either. Especially if you are an Amazon Prime subscriber. Yes! That’s right, Amazon Prime has scheduled to broadcast 11 Thursday night games of this NFL season. With $13 per month, the last option is an Ok one to quench a little bit of your football thirst. Therefore, we can see that keeping in mind the interests of cord cutters, the NFL has now taken more than one way to take the most loved game to its fans. So, get glued to the screen. Let this season rip.