08-06-2017 12:22 PM
What's the deal? I subscribe to Direct TV Now and to get NFL Sunday Ticket' I have to sign up for Direct TV? Seems a little silly. I checked and my address comes back not available, but the house across the street is eligible for stand alone.
08-06-2017 1:33 PM
DirecTV and DirecTV Now are completely separate services - connected only because both are owned by ATT and ATT (foolishly, I think) branded their streaming service with the same name.
Sunday Ticket is an exclusive to DirecTV - has been since before ATT bought them - and apparently the license from the NFL doesn't cover other ATT video services (you can't get Sunday Ticket with U-Verse either). It only allows non-DTV subscriptions to people who can't get DTV for one of a variety of reasons - that's just the way it is.
08-10-2017 12:05 PM
There are many VPN providers that have servers in Europe and other countries. I use IPVanish because they support the Firestick. It costs about $50 a year for the VPN. The NFL Gamepass is €179 for the entire year with everything - no blackouts or anything. only if you give a UK address are some games blacked out (presumably the ones played there). You can go to nflgamepass.com to see the details - but only after using a VPN to get a European IP.
They support the IOS apps, Android incl Chromecast, Apple TV, Firestick, Xbox one and PS4
08-10-2017 12:12 PM
08-10-2017 12:30 PM
Yes, every game live. Now that I looked again, it seems that some games might be blacked out with a UK/Ireland IP because I suppose BBC and SkySports are showing some games.
- edited 08-10-2017 6:09 PM
08-10-2017 11:45 PM
Chat told me a few weeks ago that DTN was going to offer NFL Network and Redzone as a separate charge sometime in early August but could not give me the pricing. We shall see. I have two kids in college and can get Sunday ticket through the app for 99 dollars but the bitrates are much lower then DTN. We shall see if I was given bogus information.
08-16-2017 4:54 PM
Chat told me they were going to add sunday ticket before the season started. It's in the works. Said they will be sending emails out shortly!
- edited 08-22-2019 1:38 PM by ATTCustomerCare
NFL SUNDAY TICKET will not be available on AT&T TV or AT&T TV NOW as an add-on for the 2019 NFL Season. However, if you would like access to NFL SUNDAY TICKET, you can get the "streaming-only" version which allows you to view games on various supported devices, if eligible.
Check out our post for details on the streaming version: Streaming NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV (2018): Eligibility, Pricing, and more.
Hope this helps!
08-17-2017 10:16 AM
To be precise - you may not have to get DTV, you might be able to get the "streaming-only" version. (But if you can get DTV, that's the only way to get Sunday ticket, unless you are a student.)
08-17-2017 10:25 AM
08-17-2017 10:37 AM
To be fair, they never said that you could get Sunday Ticket through DTVN, or did more than imply that it was something they were looking into. I'm going to guess that their (DTV's) license from the NFL isn't transferable to other ATT operating units - U-Verse doesn't have it either. So it isn't a "screwing" - you hoped that you'd be able to get a feature with the cheaper service, and earlier they said "not now" but didn't say "will never happen", so you assumed it would happen. "Never" still isn't necessarily true - never is a long time, and the statement above says "not for the 2017 season", leaving it a possibility that it could happen someday.