Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots will kickoff on Sunday, February 4th, 2018 at 6:30PM ET / 3:30PM PT. Here’s how to watch it live and for free on the Amazon Fire TV, Firestick, and Fire TV Edition television.
Method 1: NBC Sports App
The NBC Sports app will be streaming the Super Bowl live and for free. You will not need a cable provider login to activate the app in order to watch the game.
Method 2: NFL App
The NFL app will also be streaming the Super Bowl live and for free. It’s a good idea to have both this app and the NBC app installed in case one has issues. Like the NBC Sports app, the NFL app will also not need a cable provider login to activate the app in order to watch the game.
Method 3: Subscription apps (PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, Sling TV, Hulu, or Fubo TV)
If, for whatever reason, the NBC Sports and NFL app are not good options, you can watch the game through the PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, Sling TV, Hulu, or Fubo TV app. These apps are not free but they do all offer a free trial. You’ll need to check each service to see if you live in an area where a live feed of the game is available. You can do that on the following pages:
- PlayStation Vue’s Super Bowl LII Info
- DirecTV Now’s Super Bowl LII Info
- Sling TV’s Super Bowl LII Info
- Hulu’s Super Bowl LII Info
- Fubo TV’s Super Bowl LII Info
Bonus: Alexa Tip
If you’re subscribed to PlayStation Vue or Hulu Live, you’ll be able to say “Alexa, play the big game” to jump directly into the live stream. For other apps, like NBC Sports or the NFL app, you can launch the app by saying “Alexa, open [app name]” but you’ll then need to navigate to the stream manually.