The NFL Sunday Ticket is the ticket to watching every Sunday afternoon NFL live stream during the regular season. We just looked at the DirecTV Sunday Ticket NFL Week 8 lineup, and you won’t believe what we found: we’re getting one free night game (just like we have all season). The whole schedule may be found here.
Regardless matter what local games are offered, it’s all for a single season cost. Oh, and despite the fact that it’s billed as a component of DirecTV, it’s not trapped inside cable TV’s walls. Now that week 8 of the regular season has here, NFL Sunday Ticket is more important than ever. It also throws you a few more games every now and again, so you get some free evening games.
You can watch every live out-of-market Sunday game on your streaming device of choice with NFLSundayTicket.tv. There’s also a particular university bundle for students who want to save money. Here’s everything you need to know to get started.
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Also, if you’re looking for a different method to watch the NFL Playoffs, see our article on how to watch NFL live streams. Here’s how you obtain NFL Sunday Ticket without having to subscribe to DirecTV.
Sunday Ticket on NFL Network
Simply go to the DirecTV website and enter your address to see if you’re qualified for a basic Sunday Ticket TV subscription. Sunday Ticket is only accessible outside of normal DirecTV subscriptions if you live in an area where satellite coverage is unavailable; you’re also eligible if you live in a multi-unit household such as an apartment, condo, or dormitory.
If you qualify, you can choose between two packages: NFLST.TV To Go and NFLST.TV Max. During the regular season, the To Go package includes every live out-of-market game on Sunday afternoons. It costs $73.49 each month for four months or $293.96 in total.
The Max package includes NFL Red Zone, which allows you to watch every single touchdown from Sunday afternoon, as well as DirectTV Fantasy Zone, which gives fantasy football fans numbers and commentary. For an additional $50, you can add NFL Game Pass, which streams live preseason games and pre-recorded regular-season games, to this bundle, which costs $395.99 for the season or $99 a month.
NFL Sunday Ticket is compatible with a wide range of devices.
You may upgrade to Max at any moment if you began with the NFL.TV To Go plan and find yourself yearning for more NFL action. As a thank, you from DirecTV, anyone who renewed their membership in 2017 will be locked with last year’s cheaper costs.
NFL Sunday Ticket TV U (For Students)
Are you a college football fan on a tight budget? You’re covered with DirectTV. Those attending two-year or four-year institutions may obtain a special NFLST.TV U package for just $24.99 per month for four months, or $99.96 for the entire season in prior seasons. Even better, the student plan includes all of the same features as the Sunday Ticket Max package, such as Red Zone, Fantasy Zone, and the opportunity to add a Game Pass for $49. We’re waiting on DirecTV to reveal the season price for 2021, but we’re hoping it stays the same.
You must submit your name, birthday, and college to be eligible for Sunday Ticket TV U. You’re set to proceed as long as the site can locate your student record. As with the other packages, you’ll be locked into last year’s prices if you’ve renewed your subscription.
Where can I watch the NFL Sunday Ticket?
You can stream Sunday Ticket on just about any device that connects to Wi-Fi, whether you just cut the cord or are ready to move into a new dorm room.
This covers iOS and Android smartphones, Windows PCs, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and any Android TV device, as well as gaming consoles like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Feel free to kick back, order some wings, and hope your favourite quarterback doesn’t get hurt now that you’ve figured out how to watch Sunday Ticket without a full DirecTV subscription.
Week 7 NFL Sunday Ticket game schedule
The seventh week’s games schedule for DirecTV’s Sunday Ticket has been released, and the good news is that (again) Thursday Night Football is featured, allowing you to see the Broncos take on the Browns. However, Sunday and Monday Night Football are not covered.
Here’s the whole schedule of games we’ll be getting with Sunday Ticket.
All timings are in Eastern Standard Time.
Thursday, October 28
- Packers (6-1) vs Cardinals (7-0) at 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL NETWORK, Amazon
Sunday, October 31
- Bengals (5-2) vs Jets (1-5) at 1 p.m. on CBS
- Titans (5-2) vs Colts (3-4) at 1 p.m. on CBS
- Rams (6-1) vs Texans (1-6) at 1 p.m. on FOX
- Steelers (3-3) vs Browns (4-3) at 1 p.m. on CBS
- Eagles (2-5) vs Lions (0-7) at 1 p.m. on FOX
- 49ers (2-4) vs Bears (3-4) at 1 p.m. on FOX
- Panthers (3-4) vs Falcons (3-3) at 1 p.m. on FOX
- Dolphins (1-6) vs Bills (4-2) at 1 p.m. on FOX
- Patriots (3-4) vs Chargers (4-2) at 4:05 p.m. on CBS
- Jaguars (1-5) vs Seahawks (2-4) at 4:05 p.m. on CBS
- Washington (2-5) vs Broncos (3-4) at 4:25 p.m. on FOX
- Buccaneers (6-1) vs Saints (3-2) at 4:25 p.m. on FOX
NFL Sunday Ticket: Does it cover the playoffs?
Unfortunately, the answer is no. Sunday Ticket, according to the DirecTV website, only covers regular season, Sunday afternoon games outside of your market. You may also subscribe to a streaming service like Sling TV or YouTube TV, which both provide access to NFL Playoff stations like FOX, ABC, and CBS. You can also get those channels over the air using an HD antenna.