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3 Ways Cord Cutters Can Stream The Super Bowl Live on CBS Without Cable or Satellite

Over the past 12 months it’s become even easier to watch The Big Game even if you’ve cut the cord. We show you three ways to watch the Super Bowl on CBS, so you can stream the entire game (including the the funny ads) for FREE.

With big OT wins in the AFC and NFC Championship games, the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams will battle for the NFL Championship trophy.

This Sunday (February 3rd), NFL on CBS is the home of Super Bowl LIII, with their lead announcing team, Jim Nantz and Tony Romo calling the game with Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn on the sidelines. NFL Rules Analyst Gene Steratore will be available for any controversial calls, while Kicking Analyst Jay Feely will be down on the field.

Before the game you can catch the NFL Today crew previewing the big match-up, followed by the National Anthem by Gladys Knight, and the Halftime Show by Maroon 5.

Super Bowl TV Schedule

Super Bowl Pre-Game on CBS

Sunday 2/3
  • 11:30am: Early Pregame Show
  • 12pm: Road to The Super Bowl
  • 1pm: Tony Goes to the Super Bowl
  • 2pm: NFL Today’s Super Bowl Today
  • 6pm: Introductions and National Anthem

Super Bowl on CBS

Sunday 2/3

1. Watch the Super Bowl on a Live TV Streaming Service

There are six major streaming providers that offer Live TV Streaming. These allow you to watch the Super Bowl in HD at 60fps live using iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Web.

Top Pick

fuboTV

Price: $45
Includes: CBS, NBC, FOX, NFL Network, & NFL RedZone (+$9).

This is the best option for fans that want to watch the Super Bowl on their streaming player without the hassle of antenna. For next season, you will also get nationally televised games on cable networks, highlights and replays on NFL Network, or live game action on NFL RedZone.

You can also record the game to go back to re-watch key plays or commercials you might have missed.

2020 NFL Playoffs
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NFC Championship

Green Bay Packers v. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sun, Jan 24 at 3:05 PM
Fox - -

AFC Championship

Kansas City Chiefs v. Buffalo Bills
Sun, Jan 24 at 6:40 PM
CBS - -

All Live Streaming Options

You can also stream the Super Bowl with Hulu Live TV, Playstation Vue, Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and YouTube TV.

fuboTV

Price: $45
Includes: CBS, NBC, FOX, NFL Network, NFL RedZone (+$9)

Hulu Live TV

Price: $40
Includes: CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN

PlayStation Vue

Price: $50
Includes: CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN, NFL Network

DIRECTV NOW

Price: $55
Includes: CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN, NFL Network

YouTube TV

Price: $40
Includes: CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN

Sling Blue

Price: $25
Includes: FOX, NBC, NFL Network, & ESPN (+$15)

FOX & NBC available in limited markets.

2. Watch the Super Bowl with the CBS Sports App

In September, CBS announced that you will be able to stream the Super Bowl for free without the need to authenticate a cable subscription.

You can watch the Big Game on CBSSports.com, CBS Sports app on connected TV devices, tablets, and smartphones, as well as from their CBS All Access app.

CBS Sports App

3. Watch the Super Bowl with your Mobile Device for Free

Last season, Verizon acquired the rights to streaming nationally televised games on phones and tablets.

Any wireless customer can now stream all CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, and NFL Network games on their smartphone or tablet for free - including the Super Bowl.

The games will be available on the NFL App and Verizon-owned properties like Yahoo Sports, Tumblr, and AOL.

Unfortunately, the apps won’t let you stream the games on our TV — you’ll need a Live TV Streaming Service for that.

Yahoo! Sports

2019 Super Bowl Streaming Schedule

2020 NFL Playoffs
AT&T NOW fuboTV Hulu PS Vue Sling TV YouTube CBS
Sign Up Free Trial Free Trial Sign Up Sign Up Sign Up Free Trial
54,99 USD 64,99 USD 64,99 USD 50 USD 30 USD 30 USD 64,99 USD 5,99 USD

NFC Championship

Green Bay Packers v. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sun, Jan 24 at 3:05 PM
Fox - -

AFC Championship

Kansas City Chiefs v. Buffalo Bills
Sun, Jan 24 at 6:40 PM
CBS - -