YouTube Reveals Prices for NFL Sunday Ticket
How much do you love streaming? Well, get ready to test your budgets this fall when YouTube takes over NFL Sunday Ticket.
For those in the dark, in January YouTube took over the NFL Sunday Ticket package from Direct TV, which for decades had given die-hard fans complete and total access to every out of market game. So if you are Dallas Cowboys fan living in New Jersey, unless the Boys were the featured game of the week, Direct TV was the place to go since 1994.
Pricing with Direct TV was not cheap, with its most affordable package coming in at $293.94, so the new pricing for YouTube’s NFL stream is not going to shock long time Direct TV subscribers.
According to CBS, YouTube subscribers will get a slight discount:
- $249 per season if you purchase by June 6
- $349 per season if you purchase after June 6
- $289 per season if you bundle with RedZone and purchase by June 6
- $389 per season if you bundle with RedZone if you purchase after June 6
Non-subscribers will have to fork over some extra dough:
- $349 per season if you purchase by June 6
- $449 per season if you purchase after June 6
- $389 per season if you bundle with RedZone and purchase by June 6
- $489 per season if you bundle with RedZone if you purchase after June 6
YouTube subscribers can also just purchase Red Zone for $10.99 a month.
Let’s just say people aren’t crazy about it.
Yall see these crazy ass prices for NFL Sunday Ticket?! Anywhere from $349 to $489 for YouTube.— Gunz (@TheGunzShow) April 11, 2023
I’m telling you it’s only a matter of time until streaming declines. The bubble has popped. Add up how much you pay for all your services - it’s probably more than cable cost ya!
I guess I won’t be getting NFL Sunday ticket on YouTube TV. Ridiculous prices man.— Dustin (@DK8__) April 11, 2023
Of course with the plethora of streaming options, fans should be mindful of the NFL’s own streaming service NFL+ which costs $40 a year for a basic plan, and $80 a year for premium.
And yes, Amazon is not going away anytime soon with Thursday night football. Prime costs $14.99 a month or $139 a year.
Or you could just simply roll with what you already got with games on CBS and FOX in the 1 and 4 p.m. window, and primetime games on ESPN and NBC.