Here's the breakdown of each streamer: Sling TV: Get a seven-day free trial, and it is priced at $20 a month. YouTube TV: You can avail a five-day free trial and a monthly plan will cost you $49.99. Fubo TV: Get a seven-day free trial and it costs $44.99 a month. AT&T TV Now: A seven-day free trial is available and it is priced at $55 a month. CBS All Access: You can get a. Start a Free Trial to watch NFL RedZone on YouTube TV (and cancel anytime). Stream live TV from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN & popular cable networks. Cloud DVR with no storage limits. 6 accounts per household included.
Exclusive NFL Network programming and NFL RedZone* is now available to fans living in the United States. Using an iPhone** or iPad, fans can watch their favorite NFL content live with a subscription to a participating cable provider.
The app features live streaming access to news, highlights, and shows on NFL Network including:
* Live Thursday Night Football Games
* All Preseason games (either live or re-aired)
* Comprehensive coverage of NFL events such as the NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Draft, Free Agency, and NFL Training Camp
* Original, Emmy award-winning series from NFL Films
* NFL Network shows including: NFL Total Access, A Football Life, Good Morning Football, NFL GameDay and more!
* Plus, for eligible subscribers: Get access to live streaming NFL RedZone every Sunday during the Regular Season
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*Access to NFL Redzone requires a programming package with your provider that includes NFL RedZone
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Ratings and Reviews
Decent for verizon customers for the free part
I am a verizon customer so i get certain games that would be shown locally for free. But the Game pass and red zone really arent worth the money. They want you to pay $100 for the game pass and advertise you get out of market games. Im currently using the 1 week free trial and its still not letting me watch certain games as it says they are out of market and cant be viewed live. So def not worth the money there. Redzone used to be charged a lot better. It had a week to week option which is no longer an option, which was great for me when i travel or am not home to watch games each week id pay for the week for redzone and watch it that way. Now its $40 (at least last year it was) and to top it off, its not until like week 15 they drop the price on it. So its nowhere near worth the money for that now either. I mean a company that makes billions of dollars off of us each year just keeps getting greedier. So i will no longer be using the paid add ons for this app anymore.
The NFL Network application provides easy to view access to the sports channel with the ability to log in via your cable provider and proceed to watching either the main NFL Network or Red Zone programming. The app is easy to use when watching a program as you can enlarge for a full screen or keep a small screen. Users can also view the complete schedule for that day and the upcoming days. The app is pretty bare bones and could use some enhancement such as push notification options for programs a viewer may want to see and maybe a section for NFL programs that aired during the week that you missed but want to watch at the moment. The NFL Network is a good start with the ball at the 20 but has a long way to go in scoring a touchdown for the users.
So my cable provider failed to reach an agreement to carry your network. I switched cable providers, because I don’t play games when it comes to watching football. The new provider, shortly thereafter dropped the network as well. So I decided to download the app and pay for a separate subscription. Problem is, you guys don’t offer that. Why can I go to NBA TV and enjoy the perks of not needing cable to watch their programs, along with Showtime HBO and other networks, but I can’t do the same with NFL Network? I mean it’s only 2019, who do you have to hire to make that option available? I want to watch NFL Network too! Sheesh...😩😤
UPDATE: I have officially changed my cable provider to Xfinity, and I STILL can’t stream this app through my phone because Xfinity, only one of the largest cable providers in the Chicagoland area, is not a listed provider within the app. Would you PLEASE fix this???
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Anyone who subscribes to YouTube TV may notice a couple of additional channels added to their lineup this weekend, as the live TV streaming service has announced that it is offering free previews of NFL RedZone, HBO Max and Cinemax the weekend of Sept. 24-26.
First up, the free previews for HBO Max and Cinemax are available starting today, Sept. 23, and will continue through Monday, Sept. 27. Available traditionally as a channel add-on, HBO Max on YouTube TV provides all of the same access that the standalone streaming service does, including access to classic HBO series like Game of Thrones and The Sopranos, HBO Max originals like Hacks and a library of hundreds of other TV shows and movies. With the free preview of Cinemax, viewers can watch its popular original series, including Strike Back, and its lineup of classic movies, among which are the likes of Dirty Dancing.
This isn’t the first time that YouTube TV has given free previews of HBO Max and Cinemax. The service previously offered the add-on channels for a brief preview in the summer.
Then, on Sunday, Sept. 26, starting at 1 p.m ET, football fans that subscribe to YouTube can get a free preview of NFL RedZone, the specialty channel that shows every touchdown from all NFL games in action. This will just last for the NFL games playing on Sept. 26.
No action is required for YouTube TV subscribers to enjoy any of these free previews.
News of these previews were sent out in an email to subscribers. In addition to NFL RedZone, HBO Max and Cinemax previews, the message also promoted a deal for subscribers to bundle the Starz and EPIX add-on channels for $11.99 per month, which it says is a 20% discount.
It also promoted Shudder’s 61 Nights of Halloween lineup that is available via the Shudder channel add-on and the ability to download content offline with its YouTube TV 4K Plus package.
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YouTube TV is a live TV streaming service, offering more than 85 channels of basic and premium cable channels as part of its standard package, including the most recent addition, Univision. Other premium channels are available as add-ons. The starting price for a YouTube TV subscription is $64.99.