The countdown is on! The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers are gearing up for the 58th Super Bowl in Las Vegas this weekend. Last year, the game drew in over 115 million viewers, making it the most-watched Super Bowl in history across all platforms. Whether you're excited to see the showdown between Patrick Mahomes and Brock Purdy, watch the epic commercials, or cheer on Taylor Swift, here are four ways you can stream the game if you've cut the cord.
CBS will be broadcasting the game live this year, and one of the most affordable streaming options is Paramount+. You can sign up for a free seven-day trial of either the Paramount+ Essential plan or the Paramount+ With Showtime plan. The Essential plan includes NFL on CBS, 24/7 live CBS news coverage, and a wide selection of shows and movies. The Showtime plan offers all that, plus live TV with college football, Showtime originals, and countless flicks.
For those who can't make it to a friend's house or who are on the go, you can watch the game on your smartphone or tablet with NFL+, which starts at $6.99 per month. Fubo is another option that offers a seven-day free trial and allows you to cancel anytime.
Another streaming service that will have the Super Bowl is Hulu + Live TV, starting at $76.99 per month. While it does come with a higher price tag, you'll have access to major live events, Disney+, ESPN+, over 95 top channels, movies, Hulu Originals, and more.
There you have it! Four ways to stream the Super Bowl without a cable subscription. Enjoy the game and may the best team win!