NFL RedZone Returns For 2019 Season, How to Stream It Live on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, iOS, & Android
One of the great joys of being of football fans, is flipping on NFL RedZone, sitting back and enjoying your NFL Sunday. Well —the NFL’s whip-around channel, returns for another season with host Scott Hanson back at the helm.
Just like last season, you will have a few options to stream NFL RedZone, even if you don’t have cable. Some of the options are mobile-only, while others will let you stream it to your big screen.
Fortunately, while NFL RedZone normally requires the Sports Extra pack, all Sling TV subscribers will get access to the channel for the first two weeks of the regular season. For new subscribers, they are also offering your first month of Sling Blue (which includes NFL Network) or Sling Orange (which includes ESPN) for just $15.
1. Stream NFL RedZone on Your TV with Live TV Streaming Service
In order to watch NFL RedZone on your TV without cable, you will have to subscribe to a Live TV Streaming Service. Just like last season, there are three options fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV — which let you add the channel to the service with an add-on.
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The cheapest option is Sling TV, which includes it as a $10 add-on to their Sling Blue plan. With Sling Blue, you will also get NFL Network, FS1, NBCSN, as well as NBC and FOX in select markets. You can add Sling Orange, which includes ESPN for $15 more.
fuboTV includes NFL RedZone in their Sports Plus add-on, which for $11 a month can be added to their $55 fubo Standard plan. In the fuboTV standard plan, you will also get local channels (NBC, CBS, & FOX) — as well as NFL Network, FS1, NBCSN, and 31 of the Top 35 cable channels.
PlayStation Vue has the most comprehensive Live TV Streaming Service for Sports Fans. You can add NFL RedZone for $10 a month, which is included in their Sports Pack — to their $55 “Core Plan”. As part of that plan, you will also get ESPN (which fubo and Sling Blue don’t carry), local channels, FS1, NBCSN, NBA TV, MLB Network, NHL Network, and 26 of the Top 35 cable channels.
2. Stream NFL RedZone on Your Phone or Tablet
Last season, the NFL added the option to purchase NFL RedZone from the NFL App. That service returns this season, but it’s a little pricier at $35 a season. Verizon customers though can get a $25 discount, so they can stream NFL RedZone for just $10 a season.