How to stream Super Bowl LIII online for free
Or, just watch the commercials on YouTube.
While the Super Bowl is still a couple of weeks away (February 3), it’s never too early to stock up on snacks – or more importantly, figure out how you’re going to watch the game.
Sure, you could let relative strangers deal with those by going to your nearest sports bar, but then you’d lose out on how comfy your sofa is.
Once you’ve decided that you want to watch the Super Bowl from a room that doesn’t have sticky floors, you need to decide which service you’re going to watch it on. If you’re a cord-cutter without a cable or satellite subscription to one of the sports channels, don’t worry – there’s still plenty of options, some of which are free.
How to watch Super Bowl 2019
CBS has the rights to show the big game, so it will be available both on over-the-air and through its CBS All Access streaming service. If you’ve got an antenna for your TV (and if you don’t, here are some good options), or if you have an HDHomerun device, the over-the-air option is your best bet for viewing the Super Bowl.
If you don’t, CBS All Access has one week trials for the service. That’s perfect to watch the Super Bowl with, just remember to cancel afterward or you’ll have to pay the $6 per month subscription fee.
You can also watch the game through your browser on the Yahoo! Sports app.
If you don’t want to watch on your in your browser, the CBS All Access app is also available on Roku, iPhones, iPads, Android, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, PS4, and Xbox. You’ll have to be in the US to watch the CBS streams though.
How to watch the game if you’re not in the US
If you’re in the UK, you can catch the game on BBC Sport or Sky Sports. In Canada, you’ll want to head over to CTV, or the CTV Go app. The NFL will have radio streams in various foreign languages if you’re having trouble finding a televised stream in your language.
The big game kicks off Sunday, February 3rd, at 6:30 pm EST, from Atlanta, Georgia.
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