YouTube Cuts The Price Of NFL Sunday Ticket In Half

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With the NFL season now almost half way through, YouTube has cut the price of NFL Sunday Ticket in half, reducing the cost of the football subscription down to as low as $174 for YouTube TV members.


NFL Sunday Ticket usually costs $349 when signing up through YouTube TV, or $449 when subscribing to a standalone subscription through YouTube Primetime Channels. There is also the option of getting NFL RedZone with Sunday Ticket at a bundled price of $389 through YouTube TV and $489 through Primetime Channels.

With YouTube having now slashed the cost of NFL Sunday Ticket in half, it is now possible to sign up at 50% less and watch every remaining regular season Sunday game. Basically, YouTube TV subscribers can now add Sunday Ticket for $174 or Sunday Ticket with RedZone for $194.


Likewise, non-YouTube TV subscribers can sign up for a standalone NFL Sunday Ticket subscription for $224, or get Sunday Ticket and RedZone for $244.

If planning to subscribe through YouTube TV, there is still the option to save on Max as well. Previously, YouTube TV was offering four months of Max for free when adding Sunday Ticket. Last month, the promotion lowered the number of free Max months down to three.

With November now here, and the midseason sale now live, YouTube TV subscribers adding NFL Sunday Ticket to their live TV plan can redeem two free months of Max.


Unlike other streaming service sales, which typically only last for a short period of time, this Sunday Ticket price drop should remain in effect through the rest of the NFL season, and may even drop further as the season begins to come to a close.

John Finn

By John Finn

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