It’s almost that time of year. NFL Training Camps have already begun and 52 pre-season games kick off on Sunday, August 5th with a live telecast of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game. Once the regular season begins in August, one of the best ways to catch all of the Sunday NFL games is with the NFL Sunday Ticket, exclusively offered through DirecTV.
What is NFL Sunday Ticket?
Basically, Sunday Ticket allows NFL football fans to watch football games that are outside their local market. For example, if you’re a fan of the New England Patriots, but live in California, you’re usually out of luck when it comes to seeing the Pats play on a regular basis, but with NFL Sunday Ticket and a DirecTV subscription, you can watch all the Sunday Patriots’ games to your heart’s content, as well as every other Sunday NFL game. And if you can’t decide which game to watch, the SuperFan add-on package will let you watch eight games at once. So just how football crazy are you?
How much does NFL Sunday Ticket Cost?
For the 2007 season, DirecTV is running a promotion for new subscribers that prices NFL Sunday Ticket at $69.99 a month for four months. Since it’s a new subscriber deal, you also get all of the premium channels and sports networks. Essentially, you get the rest of DirecTV’s services for free as an NFL Sunday Ticket subscriber and then when football season ends, you can change your subscription level to whatever you like. Most DirecTV packages currently start at around $29.99 per month.
How Much Football do I get?
You get lots of football! With NFL Sunday Ticket, you get up to 14 games per week and every Sunday game. There’s also the pre-game coaches show every week, real time player stats for your favorite players, highlights on demand and enhanced games that let you get stats from other games without interrupting the game you are watching. In addition, there’s also the regular NFL Network with its 52 pre-season games.
So, if you’re ready for more NFL action, be sure to check out NFL Sunday Ticket.