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Super Bowl LVIII kicks off on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 6:30 p.m. ET. This year, the game is being broadcast by CBS with more than 10 hours of coverage. Even if you don’t have cable, there are a few ways, both paid and free, that you can watch all the action live from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Sign up for a live TV streaming service
There are a handful of streaming services with live TV that include CBS (Sling TV is a notable exception). Before signing up, check the channel listings for your zip code to confirm CBS is available in your local market.
DirectTV Stream: $85 per month for the Entertainment plan, no free trial
FuboTV: $80 per month for the Pro plan, 7-day free trial for new customers
Hulu + Live TV: $77 per month, no free trial (includes ads on Hulu)
YouTube TV: Currently $63 per month with promo, 30-day free trial for new users
When signing up for a free trial, make sure you know when you’ll be billed for a paid subscription and cancel before your trial expires. The game will be available in 4K for FuboTV and YouTube TV subscribers (included in the free trials but at an additional fee with paid plans). The Spanish-language broadcast is being hosted by Univision, which is also available on most live TV streaming services.
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Sign up for a Paramount+ trial
CBS is part of the Paramount+ package, and Super Bowl coverage will stream live for subscribers on all service tiers. The Essentials plan costs just $6 per month, and new users can sign up for a 7-day free trial. If you are taking advantage of the trial, you’ll want to sign up right before Feb. 11 and set a reminder to cancel if you don’t want to be charged for a paid plan. The Paramount+ stream will only be available in 1080p.
Watch over the air
Another free (ish) way to get the game is with over-the-air (OTA) TV. Of course, this requires you to invest in a digital TV antenna and have a place to put it that gets good reception. You should check the FCC’s reception map to see what signals are available in your area and try your antenna out before game day. Your mileage may vary, so if you want a stress-free watch experience, this probably isn’t the best option.
Other ways to watch the Super Bowl
You can also watch the game via the CBS Sports app or website if you already pay for CBS with a cable or satellite package or one of the live TV streaming services listed above. The game will also stream through the NFL+ mobile app—a subscription costs $7 per month.