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Streaming NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV (2018): Broadcasts and Blackouts.
Here are some of the rules you need to know about streaming NFL SUNDAY TICKET — on your compatible TV, computer, tablet, or phone. For the best quality, streaming over wi-fi at the highest bandwidth is recommended.
Getting this? – “Sorry, local broadcasts are not available to stream due to NFL rules”
WHAT ARE THE STREAMING RULES?
- You will not be able to access NFL SUNDAY TICKET games (online or on the app) when traveling outside the U.S. This excludes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands - existing subscribers will be able to stream.
- You can only stream NFL SUNDAY TICKET on one device at a time.
- Only regular season games aired on Sunday at 1PM ET and 4PM ET are available on NFL SUNDAY TICKET.
- Games that fall between these hours are also available for streaming.
- Pre-season and post-season games are not available on NFL SUNDAY TICKET.
- Due to NFL restrictions, you cannot stream games that are in-market or locally broadcasted.
- What Now? If you have access, you can watch the game on local channels like FOX/CBS. If not, you can use NFL SUNDAY TICKET to view the game highlights via “Short Cuts”. Highlights are available from midnight Sunday ET to midnight Wednesday ET.
- Another Note: Your billing address (zip code when you signed up) is associated with your streaming access. If a game is being blacked out due to local broadcasts, whether or not you are streaming from that local area, your access to stream will also be blacked out.
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