Football season telecast requires expensive cable or satellite TV packages. And it promotes beer commercials and overpriced stadium tickets and quarterbacks trying to sell you car insurance.
From the last few years have seen a rapid expansion in live TV streaming services. Even getting access to the football partners needs small research and legwork.
Our aim is to spend less money and to get many NFL games without signing the contract to conventional cable or satellite TV. For this purpose we provide antenna for hd telecasts. By this we can see all the NFL games as possible in desktops and mobile phones in cheap prices.
Which TV Networks Do You Need?
In united states, NFL football games are broadcast every Sunday on over-the-air networks, every Monday night on ESPN’s Monday Night Football, and every Thursday on NFL Network (cable), CBS (broadcast), or NBC (broadcast).Amazon also provides streaming.
Channels for streaming are given below:
In Sunday more games clashes you may be limited by Blackout games for local teams.
The CBS Problem
ABC, NBC, and FOX are telecasting more of the games. CBS is not, forcing customers to pay for its stand-alone CBS All Access service
That means we have access to some other streaming tv services
Local Channels May Be Limited
if ABC, CBS, FOX, or NBC doesn’t have a partner station in your area (or if that station doesn’t offer a digital stream), then it won’t be available even if your streaming TV service is technically partnered with the national network.
Sling provides streaming That includes FOX, NBC, ESPN, and NFL Network—meeting over half of our requirements of 25 dollars per month called the blue package.
If you want ABC pay additional $5 fee but it only avaliable in some areas Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, and San Francisco.
CBS is not available on sling if you have to add pay additional $5.99 a month .
DirecTV provides streaming costs $35 for the basic package, and its “60+ channels” include ABC, ESPN, FOX, and NBC. But it doesn’t offers CBS.
Sony’s oddly PlayStation-branded service offers ESPN and NFL Network on its $45 tier, but its l networks is extremely patchy, especially for ABC and CBS.
Hulu With Live TV
Hulu’s standard premium streaming package offers a bunch of shows and movies at the cost of $40 a month.
The $40 package includes ABC, CBS (no All Access required), FOX, and NBC—all four broadcast NFL partners.
You can get a single service at the cost of $40—only $4 more than the Sling TV + CBS All Access combo.
Like other channels youtube also offers ABC, CBS (no All Access required), Fox, NBC, and ESPN, at a cost of $35 a month.
But youtube is not familiar with most of the peoples it may be solve in future.
Summing It All Up
We can give some advice.
The Cheapest Way To Get Everything: Sling TV + CBS All Access
Instead of NFL partner channels covered for only $36 a month, combining Sling TV and CBS All Access using your mobile for better streaming at low cost.
The Cheapest Single-Service Option: YouTube TV
Youtube alone offers Thursday Night Football games for just $35 a month.but it is not available at all cities. And the App support is limited to Android and iOS devices.
The Cheapest Single-Service Option with Wide Availability: Hulu with Live TV
Hulu offers all four broadcast networks plus ESPN, leaving only the seven cable-exclusive Thursday Night Football games $40 a month but it more expensive than youtube.