As the Carrie Underwood song states, Sunday Night Football is finally here and it is indeed, kicking into high gear. If you’re a cord cutter without cable, find how to stream Sunday Night Football with our guide below!
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When is Sunday Night Football?
First, let’s get the important thing out of the way. Sunday Night Football coverage begins at 7:00PM Eastern Time/6:00PM Central Time on Sunday nights on NBC with the game starting at 8:20PM Eastern Time/7:20PM Central Time.
Here’s the schedule for the remaining games in the 2022-2023 NFL season:
- Nov. 27th: Packers at Eagles
- Dec. 4th: Colts at Cowboys
- Dec. 11th: Chiefs at Broncos
- Dec 18th: Patriots at Raiders
- Dec. 25th: Buccaneers at Cardinals
- Jan. 1st: Rams at Chargers
- Jan. 8th: TBD
Watch Sunday Night Football With Peacock
The most affordable and convenient way to watch Sunday Night Football is with Peacock. You will need a paid membership to Peacock (either the Peacock Premium Plan or Peacock Premium Plus Plan) to watch it, but ALL subscribers will get the same stream.
Starting on November 30th, subscribers to the Premium Plus Plan will also get 24/7 access to their local NBC station so ANY football game on your local NBC station (SNF or otherwise) will be available to stream as well.
The normal price for Peacock is $4.99/mo or $49.99/yr for Peacock Premium. Peacock Premium Plus is $9.99/mo or $99.99/yr. The higher-priced Premium Plus plan also removes ads from on-demand movies and shows (but not live sports) and lets you download movies and shows to watch them offline.
Take note that while Peacock offers a free plan, this does NOT give you access to Sunday Night Football or live sports.
DEAL ALERT: Now through November 28th, you can get Peacock Premium for just 99 cents a month (for up to 12 months) or Peacock Premium Plus for $5.99 a month (also up to 12 months) with the code SAVEBIG.
Watch Sunday Night Football With Live TV Streaming Services
Several live TV streaming services include access to NBC, which will give you Sunday Night Football. This is useful if you want a full-range of local and “cable” channels like ESPN or NFL Network, too.
The services mentioned here provide an alternative to cable that has no monthly contract (you can cancel when it’s not football season), no equipment needed, and are generally cheaper than cable services.
Here are the live TV streaming services that include NBC:
|Service||Price||Free Trial?||Sign-Up Link|
|Sling TV*||$40-$55/mo.||No||Sign Up Here|
|Hulu + Live TV||$69.99/mo. (incudes ESPN+)||No||Sign Up Here|
|fuboTV||$69.99/mo (+ 15% off 1st month)||Yes (7 Days)||Sign Up Here|
|DIRECTV Stream||$69.99/mo.||Yes (5 Days)||Sign Up Here|
|YouTube TV||$64.99/mo||Yes (varies)||Sign Up Here|
*Sling TV has NBC stations in Chicago, Boston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Hartford/New Haven, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose, Washington D.C., and San Diego with the Sling Blue or Sling Orange & Blue plans.
Watch Sunday Night Football with NFL+
If you’ve watched anything football-related recently, you’ve probably seen an ad (or two or two hundred) for NFL+.
This is the streaming service from NFL that gives you live access to both local and out-of-market games from the start of the season to the Super Bowl, including Sunday Night Football.
It is the cheapest way to get access to as many football games as possible.
But there is a significant catch. You can only watch football games on mobile devices like tablets or smartphones. You also cannot “cast” them to your TV using Apple Airplay or Google Chromecast.
The price for NFL+ is $4.99 a month or $39.99 a year after a 7 day free trial. This plans gives you access to live games on mobile devices, live access to the NFL Network on mobile devices, and live audio of every game.
To get all of the benefits of NFL+ AND the ability to stream replays of games ad-free, NFL+ Premium is $9.99 a month or $79.99 a year after a seven day free trial.
Which team are you rooting for? How do you plan to watch Sunday Night Football? Let us know in the comment section below!