Yesterday we finally learned the pricing for YouTube TV’s new NFL Sunday Ticket, which will start at $249 a season. Now we have learned even more about NFL Sunday Ticket, including limitations on how many streams at once you can have.
According to Google NFL Sunday Ticket will be limited to two streams at once, even if you have the unlimited in-home streams add-on. The good news is you will be able to watch two out-of-market games at once or use the new multiview option to watch multiple games at once.
Here is how YouTube TV describes the NFL Sunday Ticket streaming limitations:
Yes! You get 2 concurrent streams at a time for NFL Sunday Ticket. If the family manager purchases NFL Sunday Ticket, family members can also watch.
Note: 4K Plus adds extra viewing options for your YouTube TV Base Plan. Similar to other add-ons, unlimited streams in home does not currently apply to NFL Sunday Ticket.
Google also announced that NFL Sunday Ticket is not refundable so if you buy it don’t expect money back. The good news though is NFL Sunday Ticket will not auto-renew on YouTube TV meaning if you didn’t enjoy it you don’t have to worry about being billed again.
If you subscribe to NFL Sunday Ticket through YouTube, it will auto-renew at the current price next season unless you turn off auto-renew.
Sadly NFL Redzone is not included with NFL Sunday Ticket you need to pay for the sports add-on or get a more expensive NFL Sunday Ticket package.
Sadly there is no student discount for NFL Sunday Ticket.
Sadly there is no option to have monthly options like in years past.