How to Stream the Super Bowl from “anywhere”

If you are watching the Super Bowl on CBS in the United States, fans can access the game for free over the air or through cable TV with a subscription. The game will be available online at CBSSports.com and on the CBS Sports app, and through the CBS All Access subscription service.

For those watching from a mobile device and/or traveling outside the US, the smartest way to do so is through a trusted VPN, (like ExpressVPN, one of the top VPNs worldwide).

Here are some options and easy instructions to enjoy the big game from ANYWHERE!

YouTube TV: $40/mont (There’s a 14-day free trial available) To watch: Go to YouTube TV and sign up. Then sign up for ExpressVPN and connect to a U.S. server location. DirecTV Now: $40/month (There’s a 7-day free trial available) To watch: Go to DirecTV and sign up. Then sign up for ExpressVPN and connect to a U.S. server location. Hulu: $40/month (There’s a 7-day free trial available.) To watch: Go to Hulu and select a plan. Then sign up for ExpressVPN and connect to a U.S. server location. PlayStation Vue: $45/month (There’s a 7-day free trial available) To watch: PlayStation Vue bundles and select your plan. Then sign up for ExpressVPN and connect to a U.S. server location. NFL Game Pass International (not US Version): $115/year for all games (There’s a 7-day free trial available) To watch: Go to https://gamepass.nfl.com/ and sign up for Season Plus (for all games). Then sign up for ExpressVPN and connect to a non-U.S. location where all games are available.

For more details on streaming via NFL Game Pass or other services from nearly any location for free (using trials) and PLEASE visit the ExpressVPN Super Bowl Watch Guide.