The Game of Thrones Season 7 start time kicks off on HBO, HBO Go and HBO Now at the 9 PM Eastern on Sunday July 16th. This is what you need to know about watching the season 7 premiere on your TV, iPhone, iPad or Android device as well as other connected devices.
Here’s a look at the best ways to watch Game of Thrones Seasons 7, including how you can get HBO for free and when the HBO Go and HBO Now episodes start. Game of Thrones Season 7 is only on HBO. You will need to wait a while to watch the episodes on iTunes. If you are thinking about catching up on older seasons, you should subscribe to HBO instead of buying them since you will be able to binge watch on demand.
Game of Thrones Season 7 Start Time
When does Game of Thrones Season 7 start on HBO Go and HBO Now? That’s the biggest question we hear every year. The good news is that the Game of Thrones Season 7 live stream starts within minutes of the start on HBO tv channels.
That means 9 PM Eastern, 6 PM Pacific. You can expect a short delay, but for the most part, you will be on at the same time as people watching on a TV. HBO confirms this in multiple tweets every year.
How to Watch Game of Thrones Season 7
You can watch Game of Thrones Season 7 on your Apple TV, some Smart TVs, Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, iPad, iPhone, Android and many other connected devices.
To do this, you need HBO Now or HBO Go. HBO Go is what you can use to watch on connected devices if you get HBO through a cable company. HBO Now is available without a cable subscription and only works through the Internet.
You can also watch HBO on your TV if you subscribe to HBO through your cable company.
Prepare for Game of Thrones Season 7 HBO Problems
— Fordham Mornings (@FordhamMornings) April 9, 2014
Get ready for HBO Now and HBO Go problems. Evey year during the first episode there is so much demand that users run into Game of Thrones streaming problems. Most of the time there are streams that won’t start, or you may see a looping HBO logo.
Catch Up on Game of Thrones Fast
Watch the short video above to catch up with Gam e of Thrones seasons one through six. This will include spoilers, but it is a great way to remember what happened as you come back into the series and prepare for season 7. Of course, you can also watch all of the Game of Thrones episodes on demand.
Game of Thrones on Demand
No matter how you decide to subscribe to HBO, you get access to HBO On Demand. This means you can watch the Game of Thrones episodes on your TV or on HBO Go and HBO Now.
Free Game of Thrones on HBO
There is no free HBO weekend for the Game of Thrones Season 7 start date, but there are some ways you can get free HBO or save on HBO.
If you have not used HBO Now before, you can sign up for a free 1-month trial. You can sign up through the app on your device and it works on a wide range of devices. You can subscribe right through Apple, or you can add it on to Amazon Channels or Hulu as well as a number of other services.
If you use AT&T, you can sign up for Unlimited Plus, which includes free HBO as part of the plan. This credit takes a little while to show up, so you may need to pay for a month to get started on Sunday.
Another option is to call your cable or satellite provider and ask for a deal on HBO. Many times you can get a few free months or a longer period of discounted months. This is especially true now that there are options to get HBO outside of your cable company.
How to Avoid Game of Thrones Season 7 Spoilers
If you can’t watch Game of Thrones season 7 as soon as it starts, you can take steps to avoid spoilers. This guide will help you block Game of Thrones Season 7 spoilers on Facebook and on Twitter so that you can watch on your own schedule without learning what happened.
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