NFL+ Annual Plans Are 50% Off — But Only Until Monday

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NFL+ annual plans are currently 50% off, reducing the cost down to as low as $24.99 for the rest of the football season. As this is a really limited-time promotion, anyone looking to save on the cost of an NFL+ subscription will need to sign up by Monday.


While NFL+ has always been a good option for those looking to watch more football each season, a subscription became all the more valuable in 2023. This was thanks to the addition of NFL Network and NFL RedZone.

The standard NFL+ subscription costs $6.99 a month or $49.99 a year. Right now, however, the standard NFL+ annual plan is on sale for just $24.99. Likewise, while the NFL+ Premium plan typically costs $14.99 a month or $99.99 a year, new and returning subscribers can currently get an annual plan for just $49.99.


For those unsure which plan is best for them, one of the main differences is that NFL+ Premium is the only plan that includes NFL RedZone. Another difference is NFL+ Premium unlocks access to ad-free full, condensed and all-22 coaches film replays.

Regardless of whether signing up to NFL+ or NFL+ Premium, all subscribers get access to the ability to watch live local and primetime regular and postseason games on mobile devices, NFL Network, live game audio, NFL Films, and a selection of ad-free on-demand content.

Once again, this is a limited-time promotion and is due to end on Monday, October 9th. These annual plans will also automatically renew at the usual rate ahead of the start of the 2024 regular season. In other words, $49.99 a year for NFL+ and $99.99 a year for NFL+ Premium.

John Finn

By John Finn

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