How to watch the 2024 Super Bowl on Firestick for Free — Stream live on Fire TV

Super Bowl LVIII (58) kicks off today at 6:30 PM ET against the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Fransisco 49ers. CBS, which has broadcasting rights this year to the big game, has chosen not to provide an easy free stream of the game for anyone, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t watch it without paying anything. Here are your best options for watching the Super Bowl for free on any Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube, or Fire TV Smart TV.

Free Option 1: Paramount+ Free 7-day Trial
The game will stream through the Paramount+ App but you need a subscription. Thankfully, Paramount+ offers a free 7-day trial so just sign up and be sure to cancel the subscription tomorrow to watch the game without paying anything.

Free Option 2: Paramount+ Free 7-day Trial via Prime Video Channels
If you’re a Prime member, you can sign up for a 7-day Free trial of Paramount+ through Prime Video Channels in just a single click. This is better than signing up directly because you don’t need to create a new account. You can then cancel tomorrow right on Amazon. Once you’re subscribed, you can stream the game live through the Prime Video app on any device or link your Amazon account to Paramount+ to stream through the Paramount+ app.

Free Option 3: Vix Premium IN SPANISH Free 7-day Trial via Prime Video Channels
If you want to watch the Super Bowl in Spanish, you can sign up for a free trial of Vix Premium through Prime Video Channels, which will also stream the game live. You can then cancel the next day and not pay anything.

Free Option 4: YouTube TV Free Trail
The YouTube TV app will be streaming the Super Bowl and also offers a free trial. This is probably best to use as your last resort because forgetting to cancel will cost you over $60 for that first month.

7 comments
  1. Jeff Ferguson says:

    How about just OTA with an Antenna?

    • Clyde Walter Gilbert says:

      Yup

    • hdmkv says:

      Will be trying Paramount+ as they have it in 1080p HDR.

    • I didn’t include OTA (even though that’s actually how I personally watched it) because the point of posts like this is to help people who are trying to figure out how to watch on the day of the game, since these kinds of posts always get a burst of views a few hours before the game. By then, it’s usually too late for someone to consider OTA options so I focus on free options that don’t require any new hardware.

  2. Raymond says:

    Fire TV recast

  3. Clyde Walter Gilbert says:

    Chromecast

  4. Nick Cannon says:

    Paramount+ makes my fire stick max overheat

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