Today YouTube TV announced that its subscribers will be able to get special deals on NFL Sunday Ticket. This means that NFL Sunday Ticket will be cheaper as a bundle with YouTube TV compared to a stand-alone service through YouTube.
In a statement on Youtube TV’s website, it say:
Coming this fall. Sign up for emails now to get updates and special offers for NFL Sunday Ticket.
YouTube TV members are eligible for NFL Sunday Ticket special offers in the spring.
This is just the start as Google has already announced plans to add split-screen options to NFL Sunday Ticket.
“On YouTube TV, we’re building the ability for subscribers to, for example, watch multiple screens at once, and on YouTube we’ll be adding new features specific to the Sunday Ticket experience, like comments, chats, polls, and so on,” said Google Chief Business Officer Philipp Schindler. “On the creator side, imagine all the creative ways they can create with exclusive NFL content, behind-the-scenes event access and so on. We’re really excited to see what they will do across long-form, short form, livestreams and more.”
The NFL has also said YouTube is looking at offering cheaper plans for NFL Sunday Ticket, but no details have been announced. All we know is Google has confirmed plans to offer multiple plans with NFL Sunday Ticket.
We still don’t have details on what Google plans to charge exactly for NFL Sunday Ticket.
Here is how YouTube describes the new NFL Sunday Ticket that is coming this fall:
- Bundled or standaloneNFL Sunday Ticket is available standalone, or save more with a YouTube TV membership.
- No satellite dish neededWatch NFL Sunday Ticket over your internet connection.
- Get even more with NFL RedZoneAll NFL Sunday Ticket plans are available with or without NFL RedZone.