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NFL+ to Replace NFL Gamepass, Sunday Ticket Changing Providers




The NFL is seeing plenty of changes in the offseason as to how it provides viewership to fans. A big first step to those changes was announced on Monday, with the new creation of NFL+. It is a subscription service that the NFL officially launched on Monday that will give fans plenty of flexibility.

It will allow fans to stream out-of-market live games, including preseason games. In addition, live local games, primetime regular season, and postseason games will be available to fans on their phone or tablet. They can access the NFL’s extensive libraries on-demand without ads. Lastly, there are live audio feeds, both local and national, that fans can access for any game they wish.

The early time offer for NFL+ is $29.99 for the year and $4.99 per month but will increase to $39.99 after the limited time offer. Fans can also pay $79.99 a year or $9.99 a month if they wish to access NFL+ premium. With it, they can access All-22 coaches’ tape, condensed game replays, and full game replays from any game they wish. This is one way the league is expanding broadcasting, including their new deal in Canada with Bell Media in the Spring to expand broadcasting there.

As for Sunday Ticket, DirecTV will no longer be the owner of it following the 2022-23 season. With Sunday Ticket, all games can be watched, whether in the market or out of the market, by fans anywhere. Now, it will not be with one cable provider, but rather seems to be aiming towards a streaming model. Google, Apple, Amazon, and others have all been rumored to be candidates to carry Sunday Ticket.

It is likely that will be decided sometime soon with NFL Sunday Ticket’s new home being a key factor for fans who want to watch their team but are not local.

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