NFL 2017 Live Stream Watch American Football Online
The NFL officially kicked off this week. However, if you’re looking to stream the games live via Amazon, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. Amazon won the rights to stream Thursday Night Football this year, beating out Twitter, which streamed the games last year. Amazon reportedly paid $50 million for the rights to stream 10 games. In contrast, Twitter paid just $10 million to do the same last year.
You can also sign up for CBS’ All Access streaming service for $5.99 (or $9.99 if you go commercial-free). It limits you to NFL on CBS games broadcast in your local market, and includes Thursday Night Football on CBS. As for streaming TV, you’ll need to sign up for a Sling TV subscription. Sling offers two streaming packages.
The Orange package, at $20, streams channels like ESPN, AMC, and CNN. The Blue package, at $25, grants you access to channels like FOX, NBC, and USA, so you can get as many games as possible. Signing up for both will cost $40 per month thanks to a $5 per month discount. Regional markets may have different rules regarding what games are available for viewing, so be sure to check your favorite team’s schedule.
Altogether, if you’re willing to put in the effort, streaming your favorite game ends up being a pretty inexpensive affair compared to the alternative of signing up for an actual cable or satellite TV plan. Here’s how much it will cost me to watch the NFL this season without cable | Techcrunch