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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in 2023 (and Puppy Bowl)

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in 2023

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in 2023 – Finding a spot to watch a live event on TV in a world overrun with streaming services is still surprisingly difficult. It is true particularly for the Super Bowl. Fortunately, there are still a few options for free live streaming of the game.

At State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on February 12, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will play a football game. We’ve outlined everything you need to know below, whether you’re a die-hard football fan or you’re more excited about watching commercials and munching on snacks. The Puppy Bowl and the Great American Rescue Bowl, two serotonin-inducing animal-centric matchups where everyone wins, are also available to view.

When Do the Events Begin?

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in 2023

6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Super Bowl LVII: The 2023 Super Bowl will begin on Sunday, February 12 at 6:30 p.m. EST. At 12 EDT, pregame coverage starts. On Fox, it airs live. The national anthem will be sung by Chris Stapleton, and Rihanna will perform during the halftime show.

2 p.m. Eastern: Puppy Bowl XIX Around 2:00 EST, the 19th annual Puppy Bowl kicks off. It is broadcast on Animal Planet. The Puppy Bowl has previously been hosted by Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg, but the presenter (if anyone) for the 2023 event has not yet been announced. More than 120 adoptable puppy athletes from Teams Ruff and Fluff will compete in Puppy Bowl XIX. For the Lambarky trophy, they’re all in competition. There is a kitty halftime show, yes (!).

Great American Rescue Bowl: Last year’s Big Sports Games did not include the Kitten Bowl due to Hallmark’s cancellation, but on February 12 at 10:30 am EST, a new animal bowl featuring kittens will make its debut. At EST 4, a repeat will air. The Great American Rescue Bowl, which is hosted by the Great American Family channel (where former Hallmark executives reside), will showcase a number of adoptable cats and dogs.

If you don’t want to be charged after your trial period, don’t forget to cancel. We advise adding a reminder to your calendar, phone, or both. For more information and specifics on the several choices, be sure to look at our compilation of the Best Streaming Services.

Services Along With the Great American Rescue Bowl and the Puppy Bowl: Just interested in furball football? Animal Planet and Great American Family are included in Philo’s $25 Live TV package, which also offers dozens of other channels, respectable device support, and a free seven-day trial.

Services You can watch both the Puppy Bowl and Super Bowl on YouTube TV, which offers more than 85 channels. Normally, it costs $65 a month, but during the first three months, there is a special discount that makes it only $55 per month (as well as a two-week free trial for new customers). Via Sling TV, you can stream both bowls.

Services Fubo TV offers a $75/month plan with 150 channels, which includes the two you’ll need to view the corresponding games on Sunday, as well as a no-risk seven-day trial. It’s vital to remember that Fubo bills clients on a quarterly basis rather than a monthly basis. Hulu + Live TV features fewer channels than Fubo TV, but it also includes Disney+ and ESPN+, and the ad-supported version is $70 per month. There is a risk-free trial period. The least expensive choice is Sling Orange & Blue, which costs $28 per month (but only for the first month; subsequent months cost $55 per month).

By Fredric M. Wiseman

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