This guide explains all the different ways to watch the 2018 NFL Super Bowl LII online. It’s one of the most-watched sporting events every year, and you don’t want to miss the action. We’ll show you how to watch the Super Bowl online, on your phone, from the computer, and almost any other device.
Can the Philadelphia Eagles and its backup Quarterback take on the poised New England Patriots? Will Justin Timberlake cause a scene at halftime? If you want to sit back and relax to drink a few beers, watch it all unfold, and enjoy some commercials we have you covered.
This year NBC is running the show and they have a slew of ways you can watch the game. It’s also 2018, so we have more ways than ever before to watch the Superbowl online. In fact, there are several tools available for fans, and we’ll cover them all below. Additionally, we have links to download every single one, so you won’t miss a second of the action. Sadly, there’s no Super Bowl 4K stream.
How to Watch Super Bowl 52 Online (Live Stream and More)
First off, the 2017-18 NFL Super Bowl LII is on Sunday, February 4th and kicks off at 6:30 pm ET (that’s 11:30 pm GMT and 3:30 pm PT). You can watch the game on NBC or your NBC affiliate with cable. For everyone else, here are the multiple other ways to tune-in.
If you’re away from the TV or prefer the internet NBC is streaming the game (and commercials) for free through both the NBC and NBC Sports apps and websites. Typically you’d need a cable subscription login to get access, but NBC is letting everyone watch for free.
Simply head over to NBC.com or NBCSports.com, and you’ll be able to catch the Super Bowl 52 livestream. If you’re using a connected device download the NBC app, click on the stream, and you’re all set. You can even watch on your laptop and connect it to your big screen with HDMI.
If you have an iPad or Android tablet simply download the NBC or NBC Sports app to tune-in.
How to Watch the Super Bowl on Any Smartphone
Starting in January of 2018, and moving forward, you can watch NFL Football games on any smartphone, regardless of your carrier. In previous years, you were only able to watch if you were a Verizon customer. That’s no longer the case.
As a result, anyone on any smartphone can watch Super Bowl 52 live with NFL Mobile or Verizon’s Yahoo Sports. Or hey, you can always buy actual tickets to Super Bowl LII for only $3,000.
Just download the app on your phone, pull it up, and tab the “Watch” button. This will use your data plan, so a WiFi connection is highly recommended.
That’s all you need to know. Basically, you can watch the game on TV, on a computer, any connected device, or your phone, tablet, or laptop using NBC apps, NFL Mobile, or Yahoo Sports. Pretty simple, right? Of course, there are a few other options available. You can try to tune-in and watch the big game using Playstation Vue, Sling TV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, Fubu TV, or Hulu with Live TV, to name a few.
Before you go, here’s a quick video on the Eagles vs. Patriots, who might win, and why. Don’t forget those prop bets.
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