This year, there are more options than ever, especially for all subscribers who do not use cable.
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First, the important when, where and who.
The LII Super Bowl will feature the Philadelphia Eagles against the New England Patriots. The game, broadcast on NBC, is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, February 4 at the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The half-time show will feature Justin Timberlake.
Now, let’s go to the how of everything.
Super Bowl 2018: Cable or Satellite
For viewers who still have cable or satellite television, it’s simple. Turn on your television and go to your local NBC affiliate and watch the game. Appetizers not included But for those who cancelled their subscription to cable television, got rid of the satellite or could be in motion during the big game, there are other ways to look.
Streaming service providers
This year, people who only have streaming services such as Roku or Amazon Fire TV do not have to ask friends and family to share their cable connection. In the past, fans needed a cable login to access a live stream from NBC.
The network is opening up access for everyone to the Super Bowl. Now, simply download the NBC or NBC Sports applications and watch for free. Supported streaming platforms include AppleTV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Xbox, Samsung and Smart TV, according to NBC.
If you only have a desktop computer or a laptop, you can still watch Super Bowl 2018 live. NBC is streaming the game for free through its applications or at NBCSports.com/Live.
It requires a little preparation. To watch any video on NBCSports.com/Live, you must install the latest version of Adobe Flash (compatible with v10 and higher), according to NBC.
NBCSports.com will have full coverage of the Super Bowl that leads to the game, as well as the game flow, and yes, the video of each ad. The minimum capacities of the navigator are Internet Explorer 8 (32 or 64 bits) and superior, Firefox 3.6, Safari 5 or Chrome 16.
Again, NBC is doing it for free. Just download the NBCSports application (iOS, Android) or go to NBCSports.com.
IOS or Android smartphones
The days when only Verizon customers could access the NFL games are over. Now, Super Bowl fans can download the NFL Mobile app or Yahoo Sports on their phone and stream on iOS or Android for free. The NFL Mobile app continues to be for Verizon customers. But the Yahoo Sports app opens NFL games to customers on any mobile network.