The 2022 NFL season is finally here, so you might be wondering if there are any deals available to stream NFL games.
While not every streaming service has one, there are plenty of options right now that will give you a discount to watch soccer online. Whether you want to watch games in your local market or out of market with NFL Sunday Ticket, we’ll show you all the ways to save.
Overview of 2022 streaming deals to watch NFL games
|DIRECTV STREAM||$20 OFF for 2 months + free trial||$49.99 for 2 months||Get the deal||CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC/ESPN, RSN (+$20))|
|Sling TV||50% OFF your first month||$17.50 for the first month||Get the deal||FOX, NBC, NFL Network, ESPN (+$15), NFL RedZone (+$11)|
|Hulu + Live TV||$20 OFF for 3 months||$49.99 for 3 months||Get the deal||CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC/ESPN, NFL Network and NFL RedZone (+$10)|
|Paramount+||Free 30-day trial with code: REALITY||$4.99||Get the deal||NFL on CBS & Inside The NFL|
|fuboTV||Free 7 day trial||Free 7 day trial||Get the deal||CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC/ESPN, NFL Network and NFL RedZone (+$11)|
|Peacock||60% OFF Peacock Premium||$1.99 per month||Get the deal||Sunday night football|
|Disney Package||Get ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu ($11 savings)||$13.99||Get the deal||Select Monday Night Football|
|NFL+||Get 50% OFF NFL+ with an annual plan||$29.99||Get the deal||Local and national mobile games|
|NFL Sunday Ticket||Get $280 OFF for students||$120||Get the deal||NFL Sunday Ticket + RedZone|
|DIRECTV||NFL Sunday Ticket Free||$64.99+||Get the deal||Includes streaming access to NFL Sunday Ticket|
The best streaming deals to watch NFL games
To kick off the NFL season, you can get $20 OFF your first month of DIRECTV STREAM. With the discount, you’ll be able to watch games on CBS, FOX, NBC and ABC/ESPN. That means you can stream all that NFL action for just $49.99 for your first month.
If you are a student, however, they have an extra incentive where you can get $10 off the next 10 months if you sign up with your .edu email address.
DIRECTV STREAM is one of the best ways to stream local sports on local sports networks Bally Sports, YES Network, Spectrum SportsNet and more. The streamer also recently added an unlimited DVR, which goes along with unlimited streams at home.
For a limited time, you can get 50% OFF your first month of Sling TV. With the discount, if you sign up for the Sling TV Blue Plan, you’ll be able to watch NBC & FOX (select markets), NFL Network, and you can add NFL RedZone for just $11. That means you can stream Sling Blue + NFL RedZone for just $23 for your first month.
For a limited time, you can get $20 OFF your first three months of Hulu + Live TV.
With the discount, you’ll be able to watch NFL on CBS, NFL on FOX, Sunday night football (NBC), Monday night football (ESPN), and Thursday night football (NFL Network) for just $49.99 per month (regularly $69.99).
Hulu + Live TV now offers NFL RedZone as part of the Sports Extra package ($10) and includes an unlimited DVR and the Disney package (ESPN+ & Disney+) at no extra charge.
However, all new subscribers can get a free 7-day trial of fuboTV to stream CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC, ESPN, NFL Network and the NFL RedZone (+$11) add-on option.
They often have deals for Amex cardholders who will be able to get $20 off their first three months of fuboTV, meaning you can get their basic plan for just $49.99 a month. To see if you qualify, you can check the Amex Offers on your account. if you are, just link the offer to your Amex and make sure you sign up with the same card.
One of the least expensive ways to stream NFL action to your big screen is with Paramount+. With the service, which costs only $4.99 per month after a 30-day free trial, you can track every NFL on CBS game shown locally in your market.
The biggest NFL game of the week is Sunday night football and for the first time is streaming with Peacock Premium. While anyone can sign up for Peacock for just $4.99 a month, for a limited time they’re offering 12 months for just $1.99 a month, or just $19.99/year ($1.67 a month) if you prepay for a year.
In addition to SNF, it also includes Notre Dame football, Premier League Games and the full library of The Office.
If you sign up for The Disney Bundle, you’ll get ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+ for just $13.99 a month. That’s soon to be a 45% savings if you buy the three plans separately.
With the package, you can choose streaming Monday night football ESPN+ games (Weeks 1, 2, 3, 15, 17, 18 and Wild Card Weekend) –– including if they are showing the ManningCast that week. You will also be able to watch Peyton’s partswhich is Peyton Manning’s original streak in service.
While you could previously stream NFL games on mobile and tablet devices for free on the NFL app, it’s now part of a new subscription called NFL+. For a limited time, however, you can get the next year for just $29.99, which is 50% OFF their $4.99 per month subscription.
With NFL+ you’ll get all local and national TV games live on the NFL app on your mobile device or tablet. However, you won’t be able to AirPlay or Cast. You also get live radio broadcasts of all matches.
If you don’t think you’ll use it during the off-season to watch NFL content on demand, you could just pay monthly for $4.99/month — and pay $25 during the NFL season.
If you’re a student, you can save $280 on NFL Sunday Ticket MAX. For just $120, you can get the NFL Sunday Ticket Online MAX program that includes all out-of-market games, along with NFL RedZone and NFL Fantasy Zone.
This year, they also introduced a recent graduate program, which allows those who graduated in the last 18 months to save $100 off regular pricing. This means you can get NFL Sunday Ticket TO GO for $200 and NFL Sunday Ticket MAX for 300.
Although DIRECTV STREAM does not offer NFL Sunday Ticket, you can get it with the DirecTV satellite service. For a limited time, if you sign up for their Select plan ($69.99), you’ll get NFL Sunday Ticket for free, at no extra charge.
Not only will you be able to watch it on your big screen, you can also use the NFL Sunday Ticket app to watch it on your favorite streaming player or with your mobile device on the go.