Super Bowl 2020: How to Watch or Stream the Game Online

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It all comes down to this: After a season of unpredictable swings and shifts (and a few questionable calls) the 2019/20 NFL season reaches its finale Sunday with the San Francisco 49ers taking on the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl LIV in Miami.

Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. EST / 3:30 p.m. PST from inside Hard Rock Stadium, and if you’re looking for tickets to catch the game in person, we’ve spotted decent seats still available through sites like StubHub and Vivid Seats. We found tickets from $4,500 on StubHub, while Vivid Seats says their current “get-in” price is at $4,625; their current median list price is just over $7000.

The Chiefs are back in the big game for the first time in 50 years, while the 49ers are hoping to claim their sixth Lombardi trophy. As previously announced, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show, while Demi Lovato will perform the national anthem.

If you have cable, the game airs live on FOX this year. For everyone else, here’s how to catch the action.

1. Stream on fuboTV

One of our favorite streaming services for sports, fuboTV offers more than 100 channels plus live TV starting at just $54.99/month. For the Super Bowl, fuboTV is offering a 7-day free trial. Sign up today and get access in time for this Sunday’s game on FOX, plus wall-to-wall coverage and analysis over on the NFL Network. What we like: fuboTV works with almost every streaming device (I.e. Apple TV, Roku or FireTV stick) to cast the game onto your TV. Get more details here.

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2. Stream on Hulu

Grab the Hulu + Live TV plan and you’ll have access to FOX on almost any device. The best part: Hulu works on two screens at a time, and their “live game start” notification sends an alert to your screen once the game is about to begin (You can also set up a push notification to your phone). The site is also offering a 7-day free trial that’ll get you instant access before Super Bowl Sunday. Start your trial here and cancel at any time.

3. Watch With an Indoor Amplified TV Antenna

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Courtesy Amazon

Prefer the old-school way of watching the game but too cheap to sign up for cable? Grab this $30 indoor antenna from Amazon, which will pick up your local FOX affiliate (and most other major networks) for free. This super slim model has almost all 5-star reviews online and delivers 1080p HD reception with up to 120 miles of range. In other words: you’re getting a decent picture quality and your connection won’t die out on you midway through a big play. Sure you’re watching TV with an antenna, but this discreet indoor version is still way better than that giant pole or dish you used to set up on your window or roof outside. Purchase: XFTREE HD Antenna, $27.98 on

Amazon Prime members can order the antenna now and get it delivered in time for Sunday (not a Prime member? Get a 30-day free trial here).


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