Stream the Super Bowl for Free this Sunday
Whether you are an Eagles or Patriots fan or are watching for the commercials and halftime show, you are most likely going to be watching the Super Bowl on Sunday night. For those of you that have cut the cord with cable and are wondering how you can watch the game live, below is Greenlight’s guide to stream the game for free on all your devices.
Stream the game on your TV
Use the NBC sports App on your streaming device, most popular options below.
Stream the Game on your Phone
Download one of the following Apps.
Stream the Game on your Tablet
Download the NBC Sports App on your tablet or your browser to visit NBCSports.com directly.
Stream the Game on your Computer
Open your browser and visit NBCSports.com.
All of the big five streaming services listed below offer NBC, but make sure you check to see if the service offers a live feed of NBC and not just on-demand content in your area. I recommend doing this before 6:30 pm on Sunday so you aren’t scrambling.
Each one of the streaming services offers a free seven-day trial you can sign up for to watch the game for free.
I am a recent cord cutter (3 days ago) and have opted to try Hulu with Live TV. We already have a Hulu subscription, so this seemed like the best fit for us. Unfortunately, I do not live in an area that has Greenlight available yet, so I am not able to rely on Greenlight’s ultra-high-speed Internet service while streaming. I will report back with my experience with Hulu Live. We host a Super Bowl party every year so if you don’t hear back from me, it means we had issues viewing the game and my guests rioted. Who are you rooting for? As a Buffalo Bills fan, it is my obligation to root against the Patriots (next year is our year!) but I am mostly in it for the commercials this year. Enjoy the game everyone!