YouTube TV Subscribers Will Save On The Cost Of NFL Sunday Ticket

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YouTube TV has confirmed that those signed up to its live TV package will also receive a discount on the cost of NFL Sunday Ticket. How much cheaper it will be with YouTube TV still remains to be seen, but the confirmation on a discount will be good news for existing members.


YouTube TV first announced it had agreed to a Sunday Ticket Deal back in December of 2022. Not many details were provided at the time, other than the fact that Sunday Ticket would be available to YouTube TV subscribers and as a primetime channel to those using the standard YouTube service.

YouTube TV has now confirmed that its members will actually be able to sign up to Sunday Ticket at a cheaper price than those signing up through Primetime Channels. Exactly how much either option will cost is still unknown but a new NFL Sunday Ticket YouTube TV page clearly states “Save on NFL Sunday Ticket with a YouTube TV membership” when highlighting the differences between the NFL Sunday Ticket + YouTube TV and NFL Sunday Ticket Standalone options.


The same page also makes clear that it will be possible to sign up to NFL Sunday Ticket through YouTube TV either with or without NFL RedZone. It currently remains unclear whether this means that YouTube TV plans to offer bundle options that include RedZone, or if it is just referring to the use of add-ons. At present, RedZone is only available through YouTube TV’s Sports Plus add-on, priced at an additional $10.99 per month.

As previously suggested, NFL Sunday Ticket package is due to become available though YouTube TV in the fall, along with Mosaic Mode. Specifically, access to NFL Sunday Ticket will begin on September 10, 2023, the first Sunday after the start of the 2023 regular season on Sept. 7.

Before then, however, more detailed information on the price, and any available YouTube TV discounts, should become clearer. According to YouTube, “YouTube TV members are eligible for NFL Sunday Ticket special offers in the spring.”

John Finn

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