At 6:30 PM today, the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks will take to the field in hopes of leaving it as the 2015 Super Bowl champs. Whether you’ll be amongst fans at a bar, lounging on your living room couch, or shelling out $9,000 in Phoenix, you’ll have options when it comes to watching the game. Find the full list below.
Watch the Super Bowl on NBC
For fans with a functioning television, the easiest way to tune into the game is by turning on NBC. Kickoff starts at 6:30 PM and the Super Bowl commercials start not too long after, so don’t be late. And if you don’t have a TV, we suggest you consider buying one for obvious social reasons.
Watch the Super Bowl on NBC Sports Live Extra Website
If you’re more of a laptop person, head over to NBC’s Sports Live Extra website, where the game will be streaming live for free. No sign-up is necessary – which if you ask us, is the best part about this deal, besides the crystal clear image it’ll provide of the NFL cheerleaders – and you can tune in as early as 1 PM to get your pre-game fix.
Watch the Super Bowl on NFL Mobile App
If you’re lacking diverse electronics and are a Verizon Wireless customer, diehard fans can watch the game on their phones with the NFL Mobile App. If you don’t have a “More Everything” shared data plan, customers can still use the app after signing up for $5 monthly fee.
Watch the Super Bowl on NBC Sports Live Extra App
NBC really has your back this year. If you’re not a Verizon customer and want to watch the game on your phone, the NBC Sports Live Extra App will be your best bet.
Watch the Super Bowl on NFL Game Pass
For those traveling abroad, make sure to snag the NFL Game Pass to view a live stream of the game. For those outside of the U.S. and Mexico, a fee of $54.99 is required.