If you’re like most Americans, you’ll be firmly parked in front of a TV on Sunday. That’s when the Philadelphia Eagles take on the New England Patriots.
This is no ordinary NFL game, though. This is Super Bowl LII and, if you have a few thousand dollars to spare, you can snag tickets for the game that’s taking place in Minnesota starting at 6:30 pm Eastern Time.
But you’ll probably join 100 million (or so) fellow football fans watching the game on NBC. That’s fine.
It will be loads of fun with (hopefully) an exciting nail-biter. Plus, there are those infamous Super Bowl commercials and the half-time show, starring Justin Timberlake, which will attract nearly as many people as the game itself.
However, there are other ways to watch Super Bowl LII if, for instance, you’re at work on Sunday and can’t get in front of a TV. Or maybe you’ll be on a flight for a business trip or skiing high up in the mountains where there’s poor TV reception.
You may also just prefer to take in the game on your laptop or smartphone. That’s an excellent way to watch it, too.
But how can you livestream the game? We’ve got the answers.
Bonus: You can watch Super Bowl LII in 1080p high definition over the air for FREE with a TV antenna like this.
Super Bowl LII on the Web
Do not spend Super Bowl Sunday trying to find a website to watch the game for FREE. The game will be over by the time you figure it out.
Try this instead. Sign up for Fubo.TV – that’s what the NFL recommends.
You’ll have to sign up for $19.99 a month. You may want to keep it, too, to stream 70 sports channels.
But you can stream the Super Bowl LII for FREE on Fubo.TV. Just sign up for its seven-day FREE trial and cancel before they charge you.
NBC has the Super Bowl this year, which includes your local NBC TV station. Of course – that’s how you’ve always watched it.
But you can stream the game and Super Bowl commercials live on its sports site, NBCSports.com. NBC says you can stream the game on most web browsers.
There are a few ways to watch the Super Bowl from your smartphone. For example, Verizon has the NFL Mobile app for Apple and Android smartphones.
Note: Call your cellphone provider to see if they have an app to watch the game.
Heads up: Many of these options will cost you money.
You may be able to stream Super Bowl LII if you have downloaded the NBC Sports app and have DirecTV Now, Hulu or YouTube TV. Don’t wait until game day, though. Make sure it works before you invite guests!
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