All The Ways To Watch Super Bowl 50 Without Cable
Want to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday but don't have cable? It's 2016, which means there are tons of other ways to enjoy the game.
A lot of people cut the cord with their cable provider over the last few years, but large sporting events can sometimes be hard to catch. That's not the case with this Super Bowl. Thanks to the magic of technology, all you need is an internet connection and some inexpensive accessories.
Cord-cutters all around the country, rejoice! If you own a Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire device or an Xbox One, all you have to do is download the free CBS Sports app or the NFL app. When it doesn't cost an extra penny, the worry of missing the big game disappears.
All you need is a solid internet connection.
That's not it though, you can watch very easily on your laptop or smartphone too. Simply go to CBSSports.com, where they will stream the game for free. If you own a Verizon phone, download the NFL Mobile App and enjoy the game in the palm of your hand.
That means there is no need to watch shady streams over the internet that could give your computer a virus, and you don't have to drive over to your Uncle Harry's house just to watch the game. Aunt Nadine makes a mean queso dip, but wouldn't you rather enjoy the Super Bowl from the comfort of your own couch.
If you don't pay for cable and don't own any of those handy devices above, lift the rock off of yourself and drive to the store. These things are affordable, and they can change your television experience forever.
Pricing List For Cable Free Watching Devices
Apple TV (as low as $69.99)
Google Chromecast ($29.99-$35.00)
Amazon Fire ($39.99)
Xbox One ($314.99, but free if your kid plays video games on one already)