NFL RedZone on NFL+, No Longer Requires TV or Cable Subscription
For NFL+ users who utilize the league’s exclusive streaming service, they’ve officially received a notable upgrade ahead of its second season in action — the addition of both NFL Network and NFL RedZone. This move represents a significant tactical step that other media companies have considered for years. Additional details on the new-look NFL+ are below.
How to access nfl redzone on nfl+
Building upon what the league previously conjured up with NFL Game Pass, NFL+ is regarded as the next initiative within the NFL’s direct-to-consumer strategy. On top of NFL Network and NFL RedZone, consumers gain access to live out-of-market preseason games, local and primetime regular season and postseason games (phone and tablet only), local and national audio for every game, and even NFL Films’ archives.
NFL+ is available in the NFL App, across a variety of app stores and NFL.com, for $6.99 per month or $49.99 per year. All users are eligible to upgrade to NFL+ Premium for $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year. This package gifts them with the content and features of NFL+, plus full and condensed game replays, the All-22 Coaches Film, and now NFL RedZone.
For a limited time, NFL Media is offering consumers a 20% discount off the yearly subscription price. That goes for both NFL+ and NFL+ Premium.
According to Nielsen estimates, NFL Network resides in 51.1 million pay-TV homes. This number has dipped by about five million homes since the beginning of the 2022 season.
Alternative Options For NFL RedZone
NFL bettors who have yet to cut the cord shouldn’t fret. Xfinity, Charter, DirecTV, Dish Network, YouTube TV, and Hulu will continue to showcase NFL Network and NFL RedZone. Brian Rolapp, NFL Chief Media & Business Officer, highlighted that the league’s contracts with pay-TV distributors permit it to make the channels available via direct-to-consumer.
Earlier in the week, the NFL also announced a new deal for NFL Network and NFL RedZone with Optimum TV. The cable provider is owned by Altice USA. The league recently renewed its contract with Comcast, too, keeping those channels on Xfinity systems for the foreseeable future.
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