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How Much Is NFL RedZone On Hulu Live TV?

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NFL RedZone through Hulu Live TV costs $9.99 per month on top of the cost of the base subscription and a seven-day free trial is available It is worth noting that the additional cost is not just for NFL RedZone, but a number of other sports channels as well. However, this also means that Hulu Live TV subscribers cannot add NFL RedZone without adding the entire Sports add-on.


Hulu Live TV continues to be a popular option for those looking to watch live TV channels over the internet. With a standard live TV subscription costing $64.99 per month, it is not the cheapest live TV streaming service around. However, the channel lineup is varied and, when coupled with the basic Hulu subscription, it does offer value to consumers.

In July of 2021, Hulu increased the value more by adding NFL Network to the base channel lineup and without increasing the monthly cost of a subscription. At the same time, the company also announced the launch of a new Sports add-on. This add-on is specifically designed for those that want access to even more sports content and are willing to pay extra each month.


Hulu’s Sports add-on costs $9.99 per month and adds an additional six sports channels to a live TV package, including NFL RedZone.

Hulu Sports add-on channels:

  • NFL RedZone
  • Outdoor Channel
  • Sportsman Channel
  • TVG
  • TVG2

Add NFL RedZone to Hulu Live TV

NFL RedZone is only available through Hulu Live TV as an add-on. Due to this, subscribers will first need to be signed up to the base subscription. Considering the cost of the standard live TV plan is $64.99 per month, the combined total for Hulu Live TV with NFL RedZone is $74.98 per month. Providing a consumer has an existing Hulu Live TV subscription, they can add NFL RedZone to their package by adding the entire Sports add-on through the Account settings section on the Hulu website.

Add Sports with NFL RedZone to Hulu package:

  • Visit Hulu website
  • Log in (if required)
  • Hover over the profile icon in the top right corner
  • Click on “Account”
  • Click “Manage Add-ons” (under “Your Subscription”)
  • Click on the + icon next to “Sports Add-on”
  • Click “Review Changes” at the bottom of the screen
  • Confirm change

As soon as the Sports add-on has been confirmed, the subscriber will immediately gain access to all of the sports channels available, including NFL RedZone. In fact, Hulu currently offers new Sports add-on subscribers a seven-day free trial, so they will be able to test the premium add-on out before having to make the first payment. As to be expected, once the free trial has come to an end, the cost of the Hulu Live TV subscription will increase by an additional $9.99 per month.


With the addition of the Sports add-on, Hulu live TV subscribers not only gain access to more football content, but also motorsports, horse racing, competitive fishing and more thanks to the additional sports channels included in the channel bundle.

In addition to accessing the live channels, subscribers will also benefit from access to additional content via the on-demand section as well as the option to record live programming using Hulu’s cloud DVR. To watch on-demand sports content, the subscriber simply needs to navigate to the dedicated Sports section under “Hubs” in the app or website menu.

NFL RedZone on Hulu summary

Hulu provides access to NFL RedZone through its live TV service, but only to those signed up to the Sports add-on. This Hulu Live TV premium channel pack costs an additional $9.99 each month and adds an extra six sports channels to the base subscription. The option to add the Sports add-on with NFL RedZone is available under “Manage Add-ons” in the Account section of the settings.

Once added, subscribers will immediately gain access to significantly more live sports, including football, motorsports, horse racing and more. In addition to live sports, Hulu’s Sports add-on subscribers also benefit from more on-demand content as well as the option to record live sports events when they take place.

John Finn

By John Finn

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