Cutting the cord to cable often leaves people concerned that they will not be able to watch live sports. With football season right around the corner, now is the time to learn what options are available to still stream NFL games. Varying in price, availability, and complexity, there are several streaming options to allow you to become cable free and still enjoy the teams you love.

Sling TV

This streaming service not only provides NFL games, but can also provide other network programming for a low monthly cost. Sling TV offers two different packages that allow the subscriber to choose his or her level of NFL access. The Orange Package, the cheapest option Sling offers, costs $20 per month. This will give the subscriber access to live ESPN, which means the viewer can watch Monday Night Football. For added coverage, Sling offers the Blue Package. At $25 a month, this package includes access to Fox, NBC, NFL RedZone and NFL Network. This means the subscriber is able to watch Sunday and Monday night NFL games.

NFL Game Pass

NFL Game Pass is a subscription streaming service that allows subscribers to watch every single NFL game. The service costs $99 for the entire season, and comes with a seven-day free trial. While this service does grant the user access to every game, the biggest catch is that subscribers can only view the game after the game has aired live. This service does not provide any live football games but does offer the most comprehensive coverage.

CBS All Access

At only $5.99 a month, CBS All Access is the cheapest option to stream NFL games. This service gives the subscriber a chance to watch the CBS network live and unlimited. While this option certainly does not cover all the football games available, it will air live football games that are being broadcast on CBS. This is a great option for people who only want to opt into a cheap streaming service without the use of an outside antenna.

Amazon Prime

Some streaming customers may already have access to Amazon Prime as part of their preferred streaming provider. Starting in 2016, Amazon Prime became the selected provider of NFL Thursday Night Football, replacing Twitter. This means that subscribers are able to tune in to Thursday night games and stream live football to their television.

The team at Cable Alternatives understands how important catching the big game is, and we are here to help. We can help you select the best streaming services that fit your budget and needs. Additionally, our team can install hardware and help support you every step of the way. To learn more about our services and how we can help, contact us today. You can be on the road to cutting the cable cord for good.