Is NFL Sunday Ticket on DirecTV?
The Satellite TV provider DirecTV, which is still controlled, but now owned by AT (T) – Get AT Inc. Report, has been the home to NFL Sunday Ticket since the service launched, and in 2014 it renewed its deals through next year, paying the NFL $1.5 billion per year until 2022.
What will happen to NFL Sunday Ticket?
DirecTV holds the rights to Sunday Ticket through the end of 2022. The price for the package could be as high as $2.5 billion per year.
How much is the NFL ticket on DIRECTV?
NFL SUNDAY TICKET packages and prices
|NFL SUNDAY TICKET||$293.94/season||View Plans|
|NFL SUNDAY TICKET MAX||$395.94/season||View Plans|
|DIRECTV (CHOICE package or above)||$79.99–$149.99/mo.*||View Plans|
|SUNDAY TICKET TV||$293.96/season||View Plans|
Can I buy NFL SUNDAY TICKET?
NFL Sunday Ticket: Where to watch That includes iOS and Android devices, Windows PCs, streaming boxes such as Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku and any Android TV device as well as game consoles such as Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Which streaming service has NFL Sunday Ticket?
Peacock (Comcast/NBCUniversal) Now, the Peacock Network is the home of Sunday Night Football after agreeing to pay the league $1.71 billion per year during last year’s rights deal.
Can you get NFL ticket on DIRECTV now?
Experience NFL SUNDAY TICKET—only on DIRECTV. With NFL SUNDAY TICKET and DIRECTV local channels (CBS, FOX, NBC). Out-of-market games only. Select int’l games excluded.
How much is the NFL ticket on DirecTV?
What does the NFL package cost on DirecTV?
2022 NFL SUNDAY TICKET regular full-season retail price is $293.94. 2022 NFL SUNDAY TICKET MAX regular full-season retail price is $395.94.
Who owns Sunday Ticket?
US media giant confirms ESPN+ streaming service has passed 21.3m subs, up 76% YoY. Disney will bid for the National Football League’s (NFL) Sunday Ticket out-of-market domestic broadcast package, the US-based media giant’s chief executive, Bob Chapek, has confirmed.
Can I get the Sunday Ticket without DirecTV?
Unfortunately, no. According to the DirecTV website, Sunday Ticket only covers regular season, Sunday afternoon games that are out of your market. As an alternative, you can subscribe to a streaming service such as Sling TV or YouTube TV, both of which give you access to NFL Playoff channels such as FOX, ABC and CBS.