NFL Sunday Ticket streaming to be supported on Mac, iOS without a satellite subscription for 2014 season

“For the first time ever, users who do not subscribe to DirecTV service will have access to the NFL’s Sunday Ticket service on their mobile devices and computers for the 2014 season,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac.

“While no official announcement has been made, DirecTV has published a promotional page for the service, advertising the fact that users can now ‘access live, out-of-market NFL games without a DIRECTV satellite TV account,'” Miller reports. “The service, according to the promotional page, will start $199.99 for the season with access via mobile devices and computers.”

Miller reports, “Streaming starts on September 7th. The app is available on the App Store now.”

Read more in the full article here.


    1. here is fine print

      “*NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV service will begin Sunday, September 7, 2014 and is only available in limited areas to non-DIRECTV customers located in eligible ZIP codes/select properties. NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV U only available to students enrolled in eligible universities. “

  1. Don’t get too excited — The streaming will be available ONLY for locations that ban dishes (apartment buildings, campuses), NOT your home address. If DTV can hang a dish on your abode, no streaming for you.

  2. who gets to determine if you can’t have a dish and how? I live in a complex that doesn’t allow dish. i also think my complex has an exclusive deal with comcast.

  3. Not totally accurate. DirecTV actually offered a streaming service last year. Madden Anniversary Ed came with a free streaming OR satellite subscription. Satellite version was only for new DTV customers. The streaming version was fair to good… I’d never pay $200 for it.

  4. lousy deal when you consider how many games you can get via cable/OTA

    Sunday:early, afternoon & evening games on OTA. you can watch at least 3 games.

    Monday night:espn game

    Thursday night: 8 games will be on CBS, then another 8 on NFL network.

    So for the week, you can watch 5 games. more than enough

  5. Too expensive. Most people are only interested in the “home team” and away games would automatically be broadcast locally, and local games broadcast if it’s a sellout. Now, if your “home team” is not the city you live in, then, yes, this might be a good thing..

    But, this is a HUGE step in the right direction. No subscription to watch what would normally be pay cable(or satellite). HBO, ShowTime, ESPN… are you watching ?

  6. Without Airplay it is useless! Could get it last year but so annoyed u have to watch the games on a 15 inch screen of my laptop. They better get it right this time. No reason not too!

  7. What really needs to happen is the NFL needs to abolish their ridiculous blackout policy. Even though that policy is in force for other sports, NFL is the only one who really enforces it anymore. Oh, and the stupid assed Dodgers too. Well, they suck anyways.

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