Where to watch Super Bowl LIV 2020?
Store as much junk food and snacks as you can because Super Bowl is just around the corner. Add beer, sodas, drinks and whatever you feel like putting inside your stomach to last the game. You can also add sweets and chocolates to the mix or just prepare a whole meal. Whatever you do, make sure that you know where to watch Super Bowl LIV 2020 on Sunday, February 2, 2020.
Super Bowl LIV 2020 | Live Broadcast
The most-awaited Super Bowl LIV 2020 will be on-air Live on Fox. Whereas; NBC Sports will be sharing live coverage of the commercials and game. The commercials we have seen so far are awesome. From the oddly weird Ellen DeGeneres one to Lil Nas X doing a dance-off with Sam Elliot to win Doritos, they were all hilarious. Let’s hope to catch them all during the game. It’s Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers this year.
The game starts at 6:30 pm ET. For the 11th time, Miami is hosting Super Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The last game in Miami was in 2010, between New Orleans and Indianapolis Colts. New Orleans won the match.
For Super Bowl 2020 tickets, you can check StubHub, SeatGeek and other online ticketing sources. The ticket prices are setting a new record this time. The cheapest ticket is available for $6,000 while the expensive tickets cost around $30,000. However, SeatGeek and Stubhub still have comparatively low rates so avail them ASAP. There is also a ticket available for $333,333. Let’s not talk about it.
Super Bowl 2020 | Stream
You can stream Super Bowl 2020 Live on Fox Sports App. The streaming is free for a variety of platforms including tablets, smartphones, and streaming devices. You can also use Fox Now and Fox Deportes, NFL Mobile and Yahoo Sports apps on your mobile phone.
If you want to watch Super Bowl 2020 on your computer then NFL.com has you covered. For streaming devices, you can use Amazon Fire TV as well as Apple TV to stream the game on your television if you do not have cable or satellite cord. You can stream Fox Sports or Fox Now via streaming devices.
The Fox Sports Apps cannot be accessed without registration. Therefore, register yourself first.
Here is what you might be looking for. Everyone loves free stuff. (We love free food too but no one has offered to sponsor our food trays for the game yet. *sedlyf* )
The free alternate services are not exactly free, they just come with free trials. You can use the free trial period for watching Super Bowl 2020 on Fubo ($54.99/month), YouTube TV ($49.99/month), and Hulu (Basic + Live: $55/month).