If you want to watch America’s biggest sporting event of the year in person, a single premium ticket to Super Bowl LVII will reportedly set you back between $5,623 and $24,855. Or, you can easily watch the big game at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium at home, where you only need to shell out money for snacks and refreshments.
From the comforts of your own home, you can get some of the best views of the Kansas City Chiefs going head-to-head against the Philadelphia Eagles right on your TV—even if you don’t subscribe to cable. Tuning in couldn’t be easier. The FOX network, along with the FOX Sports channel—available on Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV and Sling TV—will be streaming Super Bowl LVII live. (Just make sure you’re in front of your screen by 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 12, so you don’t miss the kickoff.)
Meanwhile, if you’re looking to enhance the immersion factor of watching the big game at home, we recommend connecting a soundbar or surround sound system to your screen to dramatically upgrade the sound. You can also add some visually interesting lighting effects by placing smart lights—like the Govee TV Backlight T2 or Roku Smart Light Strip SE—behind your TV. Then, with a few taps on your smartphone and you can display your favorite team’s colors or have the lighting sync up with the on-screen action.
And whether or not you plan to watch from home, you can always take advantage of the best Super Bowl TV deals. Right now, retailers including Best Buy and Amazon have slashed the prices on popular 4K and 8K TVs. While the screens may not arrive before the big game, there’s never a bad time to upgrade your old TV.
How To Watch Super Bowl LVII On FOX
The FOX television network plans to broadcast Super Bowl LVII live, so you can tune in on your television set via your local FOX affiliate station (whether or not you subscribe to cable TV or satellite TV).
To watch the game without cable or satellite TV, you need to connect an HD Digital TV Antenna to your television to pick up the signal from your local FOX affiliate. Assuming you’re within 60 miles of your local FOX affiliate, you can order the Insignia Amplified Ultra-Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna—it works with virtually any 1080p or 4K television set and costs just $25 from Best Buy. (This is just one of many digital antenna options, but it is a low cost and effective solution we recommend.)
How To Watch Super Bowl LVII Online
The Super Bowl is also being streamed live online via the FOX Sports and NFL mobile apps. In addition to working on all iPhones, iPads and Android mobile devices, the FOX Sports app is available on AppleTV, Roku, Google Chromecast, FireTV, AndroidTV and other streaming devices, as well as through Xbox.
To use the NFL mobile app, you need to be an NFL+ subscriber.
If you’re not a cable or satellite TV subscriber but want to watch the game on your smart TV, you’ll need to subscribe to Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV or Sling TV to access Fox Sports. If you’re not already a paid subscriber to one of these services, you can typically sign up for a free trial, but be sure to do this before the game.
Fox Sports will also be broadcasting the game through DirecTV Stream (not to be confused with the brand’s cable service), which streams over 75 live TV channels that can be viewed through all your smart devices. For a limited time, they’re also offering a five-day free trial for those looking to dip their toes in, as well as $10 off per month over your first year.
How To Stream The Big Game Using The FOX Sports Mobile App
If you have a cable TV subscription but want to watch the game on your mobile device, download the free FOX Sports mobile app from the Apple App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android) and then sign into the app using your cable TV account. You can then stream the game for free as long as your mobile device has an internet connection.
Roku Offers Multiple Ways To Stream The Super Bowl
Roku recently launched its Sports Experience on-screen menu, making it quicker and easier to find your favorite sporting events and programming. This new home screen menu system is available for free on all Roku streaming devices. This includes all smart TVs that use the Roku operating system, such as the TCL 4-Series Roku TV (85-inch, $1,000) and the Philips 4K Roku TV (55-inch, $500).
If you don’t yet have a smart TV or access to Roku’s exclusive programming options, don’t worry. For between $25 and $80, you can easily plug a Roku Streaming Stick into an HDMI-In port of your existing TV. We recommend the Roku Ultra ($70)—our pick for best streaming device overall—because it offers 4K resolution streaming, with HDR and Dolby Vision support, along with both Wi-Fi and ethernet connectivity. You also get a Roku Voice Remote.
All Roku streaming devices, including its Streambar soundbars (which have Roku video streaming functionality built-in when used with a TV), offer access to the new Roku Sports Experience, as well as the FOX network, NFL and FOX Sports apps for watching Super Bowl LVII.
Roku And DoorDash Have Teamed Up
Just in time for Super Bowl LVII, Roku and DoorDash have teamed up. Anyone with an existing Roku streaming product automatically gets a six month complimentary DashPass subscription. This program offers $0 delivery fees on eligible orders from thousands of restaurants, grocery stores, convenience stores and retail stores across the United States.
Right from your TV screen, it’s now possible to access the DoorDash service, view food menus from participating restaurants, place an order online and then have your food delivered right to your door. And yes, this can be done all day and evening on Super Bowl Sunday.
Connect A Popular Streaming Device To Your Existing TV To Watch The Super Bowl
If you don’t yet have a smart TV, you can transform any modern TV into a smart TV using an optional streaming device. Some of the most popular streaming device options are Roku, Amazon Fire, Google Chromecast and Apple TV 4K.
Several Streaming Services Also Offer Super Bowl Access
Several of the popular, subscription-based video streaming services, including Hulu + Live, YouTubeTV, FuboTV and SlingTV also offer to one or more of the channels that will be streaming Super Bowl LVII live. It’s not too late to subscribe to one of these service to access the big game from your smart TV, video game console, or mobile device.
What Time Does Super Bowl LVI Start?
The 2023 Super Bowl airs live on Sunday, Feb 12, at 6:30 p.m. ET. Be sure to tune in early for pre-game coverage and then sit tight for the infamous Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show—which will feature what will no doubt be a memorable performance from Rihanna. Before the show, be sure to check out a preview of the halftime show on YouTube.
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