The NFL+ streaming service is seeing some changes ahead of the start of the 2023 season. While it is now possible to get NFL Network and NFL RedZone with a subscription, these latest additions have also resulted in a price increase.
NFL+ was launched in 2022 as an option for football fans who primarily wanted to watch live local and primetime games on mobile and tablet devices. At launch the standard NFL+ subscription was priced at $4.99 a month, while Premium was priced at $9.99 a month.
Both of these NFL+ subscription tiers have now increased in price. The standard NFL+ subscription now costs $6.99 a month (up $2) and NFL+ Premium now costs $14.99 a month (up $5). For those who want to save on the cost, it is possible to sign up for an annual NFL+ plan at $49.99/year, or an annual NFL+ Premium plan at $99.99/year.
While price increases are never great, this one does at least increase the value on offer with a subscription. For example, and regardless of whether subscribed to NFL+ or NFL+ Premium, all subscribers now have access to a live stream of NFL Network.
For those that do opt to upgrade to the NFL+ Premium plan, not only do they get access to NFL Network, but they also now get access to a live stream of NFL RedZone as well.
“We launched NFL+ last season to further grow our direct relationship with millions of fans,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “The response was excellent. And as we embark on the second season of NFL+, we are excited to add NFL Network and NFL RedZone and provide greater access to football content for NFL fans everywhere.”
Even though live local and primetime regular and postseason games are still only available on phones and tablets, the NFL Network and NFL RedZone live streams can also be accessed on TVs and PCs as well.
For reference, the NFL has also confirmed that both NFL Network and NFL RedZone will continue to be available though cable, satellite, and streaming pay-TV providers.