- Super Bowl LIII takes place on Sunday, Feb. 3, at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, with the Los Angeles Rams playing the New England Patriots.
- However, millions of people in America will likely watch the big game from the comfort of their home.
- There are ways to watch the event for free instead of paying for a streaming service.
The 2019 Super Bowl will see the Los Angeles Rams butt heads with the New England Patriots at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta this Sunday. With even the cheapest Super Bowl tickets costing thousands of dollars, it’s likely you’ll be opting to watch the game from the comfort of your home. You have your Super Bowl party guest list, the kegs on standby and are ready to make several variations of chips and dip, but there remains one burning question: How do you watch Super Bowl LIII for free?
Here’s how you can witness this seminal sports event without cutting into your Super Bowl party snack budget.
Watch the Super Bowl Live for Free
With the advent of streaming service, your options for watching the Super Bowl for free might be limited, but it’s still feasible. Here are your options for watching the game of the season, live:
CBS plans to stream the Super Bowl for free via CBSSports.com or the CBS sports app. Your laptop might be a less-than-desirable medium for watching, especially if you’re throwing a big shindig, but if you have an HDMI cable you can just hook up your computer to your TV monitor.
The game will also be available on CBS All Access, which is technically free if you sign up for the week-long trial period.
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Streaming Services Offering Super Bowl Coverage — and Free Trials
Admittedly, there aren’t many official ways of watching the Super Bowl for free outside of streaming it via CBS. Here are some streaming services you might already subscribe to that will let you watch the Super Bowl.
|Streaming Services Showing Super Bowl LIII|
|Hulu with Live TV||$44.99/month|
|FuboTV||$39.99 for first month, then $44.99/month|
Note that all these services also offer free trial-runs.
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