How to watch The Big Game

The Big Game is America’s biggest sporting event of the year. Last year, more than 90 million viewers tuned in to watch the NFC champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers team battle the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs for the Vince Lombardi trophy to be forever known as football champions of the world.

This year, the Big Game falls on Feb. 13, aka Valentine’s Day weekend. Super Bowl LVI’s halftime show is set to make music history, with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar all performing together for the first time. Collectively, the performers will be bringing 43 Grammy awards to the stage at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium.

The game will kick off at approximately 6:30 p.m. EST.

The Big Game will be televised by NBC, making TV Everywhere, Peacock and the NBC Sports app the easiest way to stream.

TV Everywhere
TV Everywhere is included at no cost with every TDS TV subscription. Wherever you go in the United States, TV Everywhere makes it easier for you to access your TDS TV subscription. At home, you can watch your favorite TV show on a tablet, laptop or game console in one room while others watch on the big screen in another room. Away from home, all you need is Wi-Fi access and you could be watching TV — at the kids’ soccer practice, in an airport or waiting for an appointment — wherever your day takes you.

Premium Peacock subscribers have access to stream all of NBC’s NFL Playoff games and The Big Game on Feb. 13.

Peacock Premium has two tiers, a $5 monthly ad-supported subscription, and a $10 monthly ad-free subscription. If you plan on watching this year’s Big Game live, the tier difference won’t matter, as all livestream content will have ads included regardless, so you won’t miss out on those great commercials.

NBC Sports App
If you have NBC through a cable subscription but still want the option of streaming the The Big Game on a smartphone or tablet, the NBC Sports App will also be livestreaming this year’s game.

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