The 14th week of the NFL game is getting underway. Even at that, there is no shortage of action anywhere.
The top teams have not cemented their place yet and everyone is still going all out for the spoils – or just some of it, at least. That makes these last few weeks a time that you shouldn’t miss any of the games at all.
That is why we have brought you this piece. Not only are we going to show you how you can stream the NFL content, but show you how you can do so for free too. You don’t have to take our word for it. Here are some of the top picks.
- Using the NFL Game Pass
This is the best way to catch all the games in the NFL season without blackouts. The best thing about this streaming mode is that you don’t need to have a cable subscription to get it running.
Likewise, those staying in some select countries abroad get to use the international game pass to also watch the games in their country too.
Speaking of the free offer, you get to enjoy the first 7 days for free. Afterwards, you can decide to upgrade your membership or just drop out of the plan altogether.
If you get the NFL International Game Pass in the US, you won’t be able to stream regular season games when they are happening. They will only be made available to you after the game has ended.
On top of that, you could also be subject to blackouts from time to time. That is especially true when the game is happening in your locality.
To get out of that bind:
- Get a VPN
- Connect to a server location in another country where the game pass is available
- Buy from that country, and stream your games from that server location.
Before you settle down on any location, ensure you have checked it for the best price/ best connection balance.
While the NFL game pass allows you 7 days of free trial, you can get an additional 11 games when you get onto Twitch. Even though Twitch is owned by Amazon, you don’t have to be a Prime member to enjoy the free streaming benefits. To enjoy the content with Twitch:
- Get your VPN ready
- Connect to a location in the US where the game is being broadcasted
- Sign up for the Prime Video package on Twitch
- Start watching the free games.
So, you don’t need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber to stream the content on Twitch. To get the mid-week matches on Amazon though, you would surely need to have been accepted into the Amazon Prime membership section.
Oh, there is a free 30-day trial plan for this package too. Getting started is as simple as:
- Firing up your VPN
- Connecting to a US location where the games are available
- Head over to Amazon Prime to use the free trial
- Enjoy the games every mid-week.
Ensure you cancel your subscription before the 30-day free trial expires so that you don’t get charged. Unless you want to go on with the plan though, in which case you surely can.
- Use DAZN in Canada
Did you know you can get the whole NFL package for free too? We mean all of the NFL RedZone, NFL Sunday Ticket and the NFL Network on one platform? Besides the NFL live games, that is?
All of this is made possible on DAZN, and if you were in Canada.
The good news is, you can get that even if you were not in Canada
- Turn on your VPN again
- Connect to a server location in Canada
- Head over to the DAZN platform and enter for the free trial
- Start enjoying the games and all the perks that come with it
And there you have it. Four of the top solutions that ensure you can watch all NFL games at no cost. Of course, you can sign up to use the services for longer if you enjoy what you are getting. No more excuse to miss the games, don’t you think?