The Kansas City Chiefs are taking on San Francisco’s 49ers Sunday in Super Bowl LVI. This year’s game officially kicks off at 6:30pm ET on FOX. If you have cable or even a digital antenna, then that means you can just tune in on your television to watch all the action. If you don’t have either, or a television in general, you also have a number of solid streaming options for this year’s big game.
Almost every streaming service offers FOX as an option, so you can pretty much choose whichever option you’d like and be able to catch the game. Worth noting, FOX isn’t available in every market on every service, so you’ll want to double-check that FOX is offered in your area before you sign up.
FOX is also offering the game for free through its Fox Sports, Fox Now and Fox Deportes apps, as well as the NFL Mobile and Yahoo Sports apps. That means if you’re willing to download any of those apps, or happen to have them already on your phone or set-top box them you’re all set.
Beyond that, most streaming services also offer free trials, So if you haven’t taken one out for a pin just yet, you can use that free trial to watch today’s game and then cancel your subscription before having to actually shell out any cash.
Here’s a rundown of your major options. The cheapest of the bunch of going to be SlingTV; however, if you want to use the service for watching more than today’s Superbowl, you’ll get a more robust channel lineup from some of the competition.
AT&T TV Now $50 per month
FuboTV $55 for the first month
Sling TV – $20 for the first month