Where are you streaming your Super Bowl Weekend?
Super Bowl weekend has the majority of the US glued to one screen or the other. The worst thing that can happen is attending a party where the host left figuring out where to stream to the last minute. Videoink is here to save your time and your social life with the best streaming options.
If you’re interested in multiple options this coming weekend (i.e. Super Bowl, Puppy Bowl, Kitten Bowl) this is your best bet. Available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku devices Direct also offers a 7-day free trial so if you haven’t taken advantage of it yet, this weekend is a perfect time!
2. NBC Live
Starting at 12:00 pm ET NBC is offering free streaming for anyone on a computer, iPhone/iPad, and or Android. You’ll be able to access the streaming without logging in until the end of the game. If you’re dead set on experiencing the game on a big screen, the NBC Sports App can also be used for free via Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Windows, Apple TV, Xbox, and Samsung smart TVs.
I know you’re thinking, “Sling isn’t free!” And you’re right-except for with those two magic words, “free trial”. If the Super Bowl is being broadcast in your zip code (you can check with Sling) then use your 7-day trial this weekend!
4. Digital Antenna
So this option is more like free-adjacent if you already own a digital antenna ($26) you can use it to pick up one of the free NBC Live broadcasts! A great offer to take if you already have the necessary equipment.
If you’re fine with catching up with everything post-live game, NFL Game Pass is connecting fans with the game footage starting at 12:00 AM Monday on all major devices. Good luck avoiding any spoilers before then though!