How To Watch Super Bowl 2022 Free

How To Watch Super Bowl 2022 Free

As Joe Burrow and the Bengals face Matthew Stafford and the Rams in Super Bowl LVI, live from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California, a plethora of NFL legends will aim to cement their legacies. Cincinnati advanced to their first Super Bowl in nearly 30 years after defeating the Raiders, Titans, and Chiefs. They last lost to Joe Montana and the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIII. The Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV after defeating the Cardinals, Buccaneers, and 49ers on their way to the Big Game, but fell to the Patriots in both the 2001 and 2018 seasons.

Maybe you’re just tuning in for the ads and musical performances this year. If that’s the case, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar will perform at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show. People get pumped. Super Bowl Sunday is here!

Here’s how to watch the 2022 Super Bowl live online for free, from start time to live stream details.

How To Watch Super Bowl 2022 Live For Free:

You may also watch the Super Bowl live if you have an active subscription to an NBC-approved over-the-top streaming service, such as fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, or DIRECTV STREAM. For qualifying users, FuboTV provides a seven-day free trial.

DirectTV Stream

DirecTV Stream has gone by many different names throughout the years. Previously, AT&T TV, AT&T TV Now, and DirecTV Now were the options. Whatever you name it, even the lowest subscription, the $69.99 Entertainment bundle, includes NBC. Of course, for all intents and purposes, $70 per month is still not inexpensive. Other bundles range in price from $84 to $140 per month and include more channels.

On the good side, DirecTV Stream now includes an unlimited cloud DVR storage plan. You may watch the game or any other show on up to 20 different devices at home. When you’re not at home, you may share your stream with up to three more devices.

Hulu with Live TV

The mix of on-demand video and live TV offered by Hulu with Live TV is appealing, and it also includes Disney+ and ESPN+. That’s a good deal at $70 per month. You may also broadcast two sessions simultaneously and get 50 hours of cloud DVR storage for that.

If you want more, you can obtain 200 hours of cloud storage for $10 per month. You may play as many streams as you like at home for an additional $10 per month. When you’re away from home, though, you’re still limited to three displays.

Sling TV

Sling TV distinguishes itself from its competitors by offering a la carte channel selection. While the competition typically offers only two to four bundles, Sling TV offers two basic packages — Blue and Orange — as well as a wide selection of packages that include up to a dozen related channels.

You should begin bundling for the Super Bowl with Blue. For $35 per month, you get 42 channels and can stream them on up to three devices. There are also 50 hours of DVR storage included. If you want to remain using Sling, combining it with Orange is a better value. For $50, you get access to over 50 channels.

Peacock

Unlike the others, when you subscribe to Peacock, you will always receive NBC, which means you will always get the Super Bowl. It also includes on-demand Peacock and NBC network TV series and movies. It features a free tier with standard television advertisements. A Premium subscription with fewer advertisements will set you back $5 per month, while ad-free Premium Plus would set you back $10 per month.

The Super Bowl ads will still be shown throughout the game. This is the one time of year when I don’t dislike advertisements since they are frequently entertaining in and of themselves. You may watch it on three screens on any plan. However, you are unable to record any program. Peacock has no cloud DVR service.

FuboTV

FuboTV is all about sports, as the name implies. But it isn’t just about sports. It’s also a full-featured streaming service with all of your favorite stations. The starter is the most basic package, with 109 channels and 250 hours of video DVR storage. For $64.99 a month, you may stream to up to three screens at once.

NFL mobile app (mobile) 

There is no requirement for a membership, and the game can only be played on a mobile device. Location permissions must be enabled as well. NFL.com will also broadcast the game.

YouTube TV

It has more of the most popular channels than its competitors, with over 85. In most regions, it also allows you to view PBS stations in addition to your local ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC networks. According to CNET, YouTube TV has the most (78) of the top 100 networks of any streaming service. Of course, NBC and the Super Bowl are included. This will cost you $55 for the first three months and then $65 every month. This service can be used on three screens at the same time.

ESPN Deportes 

On linked TVs, phones, and tablets, you may watch a Spanish-language broadcast via the ESPN App. You’ll need an ESPN account from a different television or streaming service to watch.

DAZN 

A subscription is required for viewing in Canada. It’s compatible with Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, iOS, Android, and web browsers, among other devices.

AT&T TV Now 

 Plus Plan — At $70 a month, viewers can watch their local NBC station on AT&T TV Now — Plus Plan on several devices, including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, iOS, Android, and web browsers.

If you don’t have pay-TV or a streaming service

What if you don’t want to pay for television or subscribe to a streaming service? Unfortunately, your alternatives are restricted. The NFL Mobile app and the Yahoo Sports app are both available to view the game. Of course, you could just use your TV and an indoor antenna to view the free over-the-air broadcast.

The NFL’s foreign game pass streaming service offers a seven-day free trial to overseas spectators. If you don’t want to go through that, check out the NFL’s page to see if your nation has a local Super Bowl broadcast partner.

What about 4K?

For the first time in 2020, Fox will broadcast the Super Bowl in 4K and HDR (it was still shot in 1080p and HDR, but was upscaled to 4K in the broadcast). This year, though, that is not an option. “The game will not be in 4K,” an NBC representative said. It did not provide an official explanation.

Enjoy the game, my friends!

FAQs

Do I need a live TV subscription service to stream the Super Bowl?

If you don’t have cable, satellite, or over-the-air (OTA), you’ll need a live TV streaming service that includes NBC to watch the big game.
DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV are all options.
The game will also be available on Peacock, NBC’s broadcast and streaming network, as well as the NBC and NBC Sports apps.

Regardless of how you view the game, you’ll need an internet connection that’s at least 8Mbps or faster. Faster is usually preferable, but because the game will not be in 4K, you won’t require a super-fast connection.

Where can I stream the Super Bowl in 4K?

Surprisingly, unlike 2020, you won’t be able to view the Super Bowl in 4K no matter how you watch it. Seriously. This is because NBC, which is showing the game this year, lacks the necessary technology.

To broadcast the game in 4K, NBC lacks the requisite ultra-high-end equipment, such as the $50,000 Sony HDC-4300 camcorder with a $25,000 broadcast zoom lens. These are almost certainly going to be in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Moreover, none of NBC’s streaming services, including the NBC app, NBC Sports app, and Peacock, can display 4K or even High-Dynamic-Range (HDR) television.

What is the cheapest way to stream the big game?

Installing the NBC or NBC Sports app on your smart TV or streaming device is the cheapest method to watch the game unless you can see it with an antenna. The applications are completely free. Their only expense is the time it takes to set one up. They may, however, need you to enter into your cable or satellite TV account, which might be problematic if you’ve already cut the cord. Install the app and verify it far ahead of Super Bowl Sunday to ensure that you’ll be able to watch the game.

To be clear, the biggest streaming providers in most locations do offer NBC. Let me emphasize that word: most. Make sure the service is up to par before you put your money down.99% of the time you’ll be OK, but you don’t want to explain to your buddies that they can’t watch the game after all if you’re one of the unfortunate few who can’t stream NBC. 

Is the Super Bowl on Roku?

Yes, you can watch the Super Bowl on your Roku device. The best way is to add the NBC Sports app to your Roku channels. 

Is the Super Bowl on Hulu?

Yes, Hulu will broadcast Super Bowl 55. It might be one of the cheapest streaming services available, with a one-week free trial and a monthly fee of $5.99 (at this initial link; additional browsing implies it could be $64.99). Hulu has local channels, including the CBS station in your area, which will show the Super Bowl.

Hulu is available on Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and web browsers, among other devices.
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