How Much Does NFL+ Cost?
For the 2022 NFL football season, the NFL has introduced a new way to watch games. NFL+ is the league’s new streaming service and is a promising new way for fans to watch games live on a phone or tablet. Here’s everything you need to know about NFL+, including its features and how much it costs.
How Much Is an NFL+ Subscription?
The standard NFL+ price is $4.99 per month. Through a limited-time offer, you can also purchase a season-long subscription for $12.99, which is reduced from the regular price of $39.99.
For NFL+ Premium, a monthly subscription costs $9.99. A season-long subscription costs $24.99 for a limited time, down from the regular price of $79.99.
How Can I Get NFL+ for Free?
NFL+ offers new users a seven-day free trial. All you need to do is sign up for a monthly subscription on the NFL+ website or through the NFL app. Free trials are available for both NFL+ and NFL+ Premium.
However, if you find that the service is not for you, remember to cancel your subscription before the seven days are up. Once your free trial is over, you will be charged for the next billing period.
Can I Watch All Games on NFL+?
NFL+ allows you to watch all local season and postseason games on your smartphone or tablet. If a season or postseason game is available for you to watch on your local Fox or CBS station, then you will also be able to watch it on NFL+.
With NFL+, you can watch all national primetime and postseason games live on your smartphone or tablet, including Super Bowl LVII. All out-of-market preseason games are also available to all users.
How Can You Tell What Local Games Will Be on NFL+?
NFL+ streams different local season and postseason games depending on your location in the U.S. The same games that are available on your local Fox or CBS stations are available to watch live on NFL+. For broadcast coverage in your area, you can check the Fox or CBS websites.
NFL+ vs. NFL+ Premium
NFL+ lets you watch all games — including the Super Bowl — live on your mobile device. All preseason out-of-market games are also available. In addition, you get access to live game audio on all devices. You can choose whether to listen to the home, away or national feeds.
NFL+ users get access to the NFL video-on-demand library, including shows such as “Good Morning Football,” “NFL Total Access,” “NFL Now,” “NFL GameDay,” “NFL Fantasy Live,” “A Football Life” and “The Top 100 Players of 2022.”
NFL+ Premium includes all of the content available for NFL+ users, but it also lets you view full and condensed replays of all games. You also get access to Coaches Film, which allows you to see the entire field at once during the game.
Can I Watch NFL+ on My TV?
NFL+ season and postseason live games are only available to watch using the NFL app on your smartphone or tablet. This means that even if you have the NFL app on your TV, you will be unable to use it to watch live games.
However, out-of-market preseason games are available to all users on all devices, including TVs. Live game audio — home, away and national — can also be listened to on all devices.
All NFL Network video-on-demand content that comes with NFL+ can be watched on mobile phones and tablets. Full and condensed replays of all games through NFL+ Premium are available on all devices, including your TV.
What’s the Difference Between NFL+ and NFL Game Pass?
The NFL Game Pass service has been discontinued in the U.S. in favor of the NFL+ streaming service. In light of the transition, NFL Game Pass users’ subscriptions were automatically transferred to NFL+ Premium, which has most of the same features, including full and condensed replays of games.
What’s the Difference Between NFL+ and NFL RedZone?
The NFL RedZone channel is live for seven hours straight every Sunday afternoon during the regular season. It shows you every touchdown from every game, ensuring that you see all key moments.
Unfortunately, access to NFL RedZone is not included with NFL+. An NFL RedZone subscription has to be purchased separately from NFL+. If you already have a paid TV subscription that includes access to NFL RedZone, however, you may be able to link your account with your TV provider in the NFL app and get RedZone access on your mobile devices at no extra cost.
Is NFL+ Worth It?
The NFL+ streaming service can be a great way to stay up to date and watch NFL games wherever you are as long as you have a mobile device. For those who may not be home to watch every game, the NFL+ service can be a great alternative. If you’d like to view full and condensed replays of games and get access to Coaches Film, then paying extra for NFL+ Premium may be worth your while. Whether or not you upgrade to Premium, the NFL+ streaming service gives football fans new ways to view and enjoy the sport.
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