Live streams of Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams start on Sunday, February 3rd, 2019 at 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT with kickoff shortly after. Here’s how to stream the Super Bowl live and for free on the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick (a.k.a. Firestick), Fire TV Cube, and Fire TV Edition television.
Option 1: CBS Sports App
The big game will stream live and for free through the CBS Sports App. You do not need to login, activate, or pay for anything to watch the game.
Option 2: CBS Prime Video Channel
If you’re a Prime member, you can subscribe to the 7-day free trial of CBS through Prime Video Channels. This will let you watch the Super Bowl right from the Fire TV home screen, in the “On Now” row, without needing any apps. This is a good option as a backup incase the CBS Sports app has issues. Just be sure you’re in one of the cities where live CBS is available. The subscription is easy to cancel in just a couple of clicks online.
Option 3: Internet TV Apps
If you’re not a Prime member and want a backup source, several internet TV streaming services will be streaming the Super Bowl and they all offer free trials.
- CBS All Access App (Free Trial Sign Up)
- PlayStation Vue App (Free Trial Sign Up)
- Hulu App (Free Trial Sign Up)
- DirecTV Now App (Free Trial Sign Up)
- Sling TV App (Free Trial Sign Up)
- FuboTV App (Free Trial Sign Up)
Option 4: Fire TV Recast
In my opinion, the best way to watch the Super Bowl is with a Fire TV Recast. It lets you watch you local feed for free through an HD Antenna. This is better than streaming because you’ll get to record the game, pause whenever you want, rewind whenever you want, and even skip forward if you give yourself a time shift buffer. The Fire TV Recast is currently on sale for $189.99, which is $40 off its regular price.