New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams fans, rejoice — it’s almost time for the 53rd iteration of the Big Game. Tickets for this year’s Super Bowl are prohibitively expensive — we’re talking at least $2,870 a pop, folks. Not everyone has that much disposable income burning a hole in their pockets.
Thankfully, we live in a time when cord-cutting is a thing. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars on a ticket and hundreds of dollars on flights and a hotel to watch the Super Bowl. You don’t even have to spend a dime, so long as you didn’t use up those free trials.
You can easily stream this year’s Super Bowl to your smartphone, PC, or TV. Here’s how to stream Super Bowl without hassle!
When does Super Bowl LIII start and who’s playing?
Kickoff for Super Bowl LIII will start at 6:30PM EST at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The game will be between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. CBS will air Super Bowl LIII with commentators Jim Nantz and former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Which apps will stream Super Bowl LIII?
And that wraps up our list of best ways to live stream Super Bowl. Will you watch the Big Game online?