How to Watch NFL RedZone Without Cable


Stream NFL RedZone Live

There are a few ways to watch NFL RedZone without cable this season. 

Sling TV is once again the cheapest option in 2020, after a brief hiatus back in the spring due a contract dispute. 

Just about anybody can dump Xfinity and other pricey cable options, and still get complete NFL game coverage. You don’t have to sacrifice anything while tracking your fantasy football stats.

It’s just a matter of deciding how you want to go about cutting the cord from cable TV.

This guide will show you a few quick and simple ways to live stream NFL RedZone on a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and even a smartphone.

The nice thing about live streaming NFL RedZone is that you’ll be able to get other key networks like ESPN, CBS and NBC to watch all the NFL action that you can handle.

Your three options to live stream NFL RedZone online are fuboTV, Vidgo and YouTube TV. You’ll just need a streaming device and a decent Internet connection.

What is NFL RedZone?

NFL RedZone airs on Sundays. It shows the scoreboard of every game in progress – up to 8 games at once. You’ll see every touchdown too.

The show is hosted by Scott Hanson, and it’s most useful for fantasy football fans that are tracking their stats in near real time.

Sling TV: NFL Redzone and NFL Network

NFL Redzone is back on Sling TV after a briefly leaving the service in June.

You need to subscribe to Sling TV’s Blue channel bundle. A subscription to Sling Blue costs $30 per month and carries 45+ channels including NFL Network.

The Sports Extra bundle costs another $10 per month.

Sports Extra carries 12 channels, NFL RedZone, FS2 and Pac-12 Networks. You can look over the channel lineup or sign up for a free 3-day trial.

Watch NFL RedZone Live Stream on Vidgo

You can watch NFL RedZone when you subscribe to Vidgo’s Plus channel bundle. 

The Plus bundle has 87 channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, FOX, NFL Network, and NFL Redzone. A subscription to Vidgo’s Plus bundle is $55 per month. 

Vidgo does not carry CBS so you can’t get 100 percent of NFL coverage with the service. 

Vidgo works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, PCs and iOS devices. You can also have watch parties with friends if you’re watching on the mobile app. 

Vidgo has a free 3-day trial with no obligations or contracts.  

fuboTV with Sports Plus

You’ll be able to watch NFL RedZone by subscribing to fuboTV along with its Sports Extra bundle.

fuboTV has complete NFL coverage from pretty much any channel you need. 

ESPN and local ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX stations are included in the 130+ channel lineup alongside NFL Network. 

fuboTV is also great for its widespread coverage of regional sports channels, including ones from NBCSN and small outfits like NESN.

On the entertainment front, fuboTV has AMC, A&E, BBC America, FX, TNT, National Geographic and Viceland. fuboTV subscribers can activate TV Everywhere apps for 41 networks, including FOX Sports Go.

The streaming service now offers select sporting events in 4K. You can look over the 130+ channel lineup to see what regional sports networks are offered in your area. 

A subscription comes with 30 hours of Cloud DVR and fubo “lookback”, which has all games that aired within the last 72 hours.

fuboTV costs $64.99 per month. 

The Sports Plus bundle costs $8.99 per month and includes NFL RedZone, all four Stadium networks, Sports Illustrated TV, Golf TV English, Golf TV Spanish, PAC 12 Arizona, PAC 12 Bay Area, PAC 12 Los Angeles, PAC 12 Mountain, PAC 12 Oregon, PAC 12 Washington, FOX College Sports Atlantic, FOX College Sports Pacific, FNTSY, Fight Network and TyC Sports.

fuboTV works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, PCs, smart phones and Android TV devices like NVIDIA Shield TV

You can try fuboTV free for a week and cancel online if you don’t like it.  

YouTube TV with Sports Plus

YouTube TV just added a new sports bundle to its channel lineup that includes NFL Redzone. A subscription to YouTube TV costs $64.99 per month. The base package has local ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX stations along with ESPN and ESPN2. 

The Sports Plus add-on channel bundle costs an additional $10.99 per month. Sports Plus carries NFL RedZone and 6 other channels. 

There is unlimited Cloud DVR for recordings. YouTube has apps for Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV devices, Roku, Android TV and Apple TV. There is Chromecast support and mobile iOS and Android. YouTube TV carries a free 7-day trial.

Is NFL RedZone on Amazon Prime?

No. Amazon Prime members can watch Thursday Night Football as part of their annual subscription.

Amazon Fire TV users can subscribe to live streaming services like fuboTV, Vidgo and YouTube TV to watch NFL RedZone. But you don’t need Amazon Prime to use those live streaming services.

What’s the best way to watch NFL RedZone without cable?

Let’s do a quick recap. 

Sling TV is the cheapest option at $40 per month. You need to subscribe to the Sling Blue channel bundle, which costs $30 per month. The Sports Extra bundle costs $10 per month and carries NFL RedZone with 11 other channels. Sling TV has a free 3-day trial, or you can prepay for a brief subscription and get a free streaming device. There is no contract or

Vidgo is the second cheapest option to watch on your TV without cable. The Plus channel bundle costs $55 per month. You’ll need to subscribe to the Sports Extra bundle to watch NFL RedZone. Before ditching your cable TV subscription, you can try Vidgo for three days for free.

fuboTV has 100 percent coverage for NFL games this season. It’s also your second cheapest option. There’s ESPN, and local ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX stations. NFL Network is in the standard bundle. NFL Redzone is part of the Sports Extra bundle. Those two together costs $73.98 per month. fuboTV has a free 7-day trial for new customers. 

YouTube TV comes in at $75.98 when you subscribe and add the Sports Plus bundle. YouTube TV also has a free trial that lasts a week. 

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