Wondering how to watch Super Bowl 50 online? It’s easy, and you can do it for free.
We’ll explain everything here.
Unlike streaming the NFL playoffs, which required cable or Verizon login credentials, you can watch Super Bowl 50 online for free. That is, unless you plan to watch on your phone.
CBS, which is broadcasting the game the old-school TV way, will also stream the game for free via CBSSports.com. Click this link for the livestream page. There is a catch, however: This option only works for desktop, laptop or tablet computers.
You can also watch Super Bowl 50 for free by using the CBS Sports app for Roku, Android TV, XBox One and Apple TV.
If you want to steam the game via mobile device, however, things get a little more complicated. You can do so using the NFL Mobile app and Verizon’s go90 product, but you must be a Verizon customer to log in and access the game.
Now that you know how to watch Super Bowl 50 online, you might have another question: “What time is the Super Bowl?”
Well, we can help with that question, too. Super Bowl 50 kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET this Sunday, Feb. 7, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Now that you know how to watch Super Bowl 50 online have an answer to that other question (“What time is the Super Bowl?”), you probably want to read a Super Bowl 50 preview. Gadzooks! We happen to have precisely one of those, a Super Bowl 50 preview.
So, let’s recap: You now know how to watch Super Bowl 50 online, you now know the answer to Sunday’s biggest question (“What time is the Super Bowl?”) and you have now read a top-notch Super Bowl 50 preview.
At this point you probably have just one final question: “Why isn’t the NFL using Roman numerals for Super Bowl 50?”