Super Bowl LVIII, airs live on CBS from Las Vegas on Sunday, February 11, 2024. Watch live online with DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Paramount+, YouTube TV, or on the CBS Sports app with your pay TV login credentials.
Table of Contents
- How to watch Super Bowl LVIII in a free trial
- Which streaming services carry CBS?
- The best budget options for watching Super Bowl LVIII
- How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on Fubo
- How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on YouTube TV
- Sling TV will not carry Super Bowl LVIII
- How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on the CBS Sports app
- Super Bowl LVIII live-stream FAQ
- Final thoughts on watching Super Bowl LVIII
Of all the choices listed above, in our experience, our top pick, Fubo, is the fastest and easiest to setup, and offers a 7 day free trial, which means new users can live-stream Super Bowl LVIII free of charge with Fubo.
How to watch Super Bowl LVIII in a free trial
Several live TV streaming services are offering a free trial to watch this year’s Super Bowl on CBS. In the list below, we rank them by duration of free trial. Each of these options offers a mobile app for watching on a phone.
Which streaming services carry CBS?
In the easy-to-use table below, we list the live TV streaming services that carry the channels NFL fans need to watch the Super Bowl, including this year’s game on CBS.
The best budget options for watching Super Bowl LVIII
Outside of free trials, the two best budget options for watching Super Bowl LVIII live from Vegas without cable are NFL+, and Paramount+.
Paramount+ carries CBS affiliates nationwide and will live-stream Super Bowl LVIII from Las Vegas.
Unlike NFL+, which is limited to mobile viewing, Paramount+ can be viewed on any device, including large screen smart TVs, which makes the app an ideal solution for families hosting a Super Bowl parties.
How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on Fubo
How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on YouTube TV
YouTube TV carries CBS affiliates nationwide, which means NFL fans can watch Super Bowl LVIII on YouTube TV. The app offers a generous 14 day free trial for streaming the Super Bowl in a free trial.
YouTube TV’s Stats View and Key Plays feature, which allows fans to follow stats in real time and skim through key plays in any game, are perfect for Super Bowl parties.
Sling TV will not carry Super Bowl LVIII
Sling TV Blue carries ABC, FOX, and NBC in select markets only, so the platform will be a viable option in many major cities for watching future Super Bowls live without cable.
However, because Sling TV doesn’t offer CBS without installing an air antenna, the app won’t be a convenient option for most households looking to watch Super Bowl LVIII.
How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on the CBS Sports app
Watching Super Bowl LVIII on the CBS Sports app is easy for Android and iOS users. Be aware however, that there isn’t a free option, you will need to login to the app with your pay TV login credentials (email and password).
Time needed: 15 minutes
How to watch the Super Bowl on the CBS Sports app
- Download the app to your phone, tablet, or smart TV
- Login using your pay TV provider credentials
Have the login from your pay TV provider handy. Enter the information when prompted by the app.
- Confirm connection
The CBS app will confirm the connection to your pay TV provider. The screenshot below shows what my connection looks like using my Hulu + Live TV account to login on my laptop from Chrome.
- Select “Start Watching” to stream Super Bowl LVIII
Select start watching to access the Super Bowl LVIII stream.
Super Bowl LVIII live-stream FAQ
No, NFL Sunday Ticket carries out-of-market regular season games only. Sunday Ticket does not have the rights to air marquee games like Monday Night Football, the NFL Playoffs, and the Super Bowl. However, if you subscribed to Sunday Ticket with a YouTube TV subscription, it’s easy to toggle over to CBS in the channel lineup to watch the Super Bowl.
Not this season. Super Bowl LVIII from Las Vegas will be carried exclusively by CBS, which means the game will not be available on Peacock.
Final thoughts on watching Super Bowl LVIII
Las Vegas is a fantastic venue for a Super Bowl, and we will definitely be tuning in to all of the festivities from Allegiant Stadium.
As we have outlined above, there are several options for live-streaming the game, including in a free trial.
The good news is that NFL fans who don’t have access to WiFi, or who don’t want to subscribe to a streaming service, can also watch the game on traditional over the air TV with a simple antenna.