The New England Patriots compete against the LA Rams and it's certainly an entertaining game. If you have severed the cord, do not worry! The Super Bowl can still be set.
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Option 1: Watch Over-the-Air Antenna
If you want to get rid of all your costs, you should consider over-the-air ( OTA) antenna and (possibly) to buy a TV tuner. These antennas work just like they used to when you were a kid: connect them to your TV or tuner with a coaxial cable, take a moment to scan the channels, and look away! You do not have monthly bills to worry about, and you should be able to get the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl is on CBS, so it's important that you buy yourself an antenna that can pick you up next CBS partner. If you're not sure, the FCC has a handy tool that you can use to enter your address and find out how far away the transmitter is. Then just buy an antenna that covers at least the distance to this station.
If you want to watch the big game on several devices at home – or you're using a projector or other display that has no antenna built-in TV tuner – you want an external tuner like the Amazon Fire TV Recast. This will connect to your home network and allow you to stream any programs coming from the antenna to any other screen.
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Option 2: Watching With A Streaming Service
 Services like YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV are ideal to replace cables for all your live TV needs, including the Super Bowl. Both services offer free trials for new users – one month for YouTube TV and one week for Hulu. So if you have not used either service, you can watch the big game for free. If you want to have access to live TV, subscribe to each service. You pay $ 40 a month for YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV. Sling TV and PlayStation Vue do not include CBS, so you can not use these services to watch the Super Bowl.
CBS also allows CBS All Access subscribers to watch the Super Bowl live, so you may be able to use it for another free trial if you've already used the other services' reviews. CBS All Access gives you a one-week free trial. After that you pay $ 6 a month if you do not mind advertising and $ 10 for commercial advertising.
One major drawback to using a streaming service is reliability. This is not usually a problem, but Hulu's live stream crashed in the final moments of the 2018 game. We have to hope that Hulu and other streaming providers have worked to prevent this year, but it's not clear what will happen until the game starts.
Option 3: Go to a Public Viewing or Home of a Friend
Quite simple: If someone else pays for a way to get the Super Bowl Seeing it is probably easier to go to his house or look at him. Be a good friend and bring a few drinks for the host or buy a few drinks at the local sports bar to pay for your electricity. Plus, you get more people to enjoy the awesome commercials.
If you are outside the US, do not worry! The easiest way is to subscribe to the NFL Game Pass, which allows you to watch every football match. If you're in the UK, you can watch iPlayer or Sky Sports on the BBC. Otherwise, you can sign up for a VPN, set your location in the US, and then use any of the streaming options listed above.
What You Should Not Do
You may have heard of dodgy methods to monitor the game, which is 100% free. These are free, but probably illegal too. In addition to breaking the law, the stream will likely be down in the middle of the game for some time. Save yourself the pain and stick to legal methods.
No matter how you watch the Super Bowl, pop popcorn, have a drink and enjoy the game!