TV Broke? Watch Super Bowl 50 on Your PC, Mobile Device, or Set-Top-Box for FREE

Tonight at 6:30PM EST, the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will duke it out at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California for the title of Champion of Super Bowl 50. But if you’re TV somehow broke from all the punching when the Eagles didn’t make that pass (and that happened a lot, if you didn’t know) or if you just won’t be home when the big game comes on, there are alternate ways to enjoy the biggest football game of the year. And these concern your PC, tablet, and set-top-box.

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Watching on your PC or laptop

Luckily, if you can’t access your TV, you can stream Super Bowl 50 in all of it’s glory for free over on They’ll be broadcasting the game live on their site, and anyone can just go there and start yelling “GO, GO, GO, GO… YEEAAAH!” right from the comfort of their desk or even bed via their PC or laptop (Windows, Mac, etc alike). And the best part? You don’t even need to have a cable subscription! So don’t worry about remembering your login credentials for your FiOS or DirecTV account, or even start getting worried that you didn’t sign up for one of them before today ever came!

Watching on your tablet or set-top-box

If you wanna be able to watch Super Bowl 50 from your tablet or set-top-box, all that needs to be done is to simply download the free CBS Sports app. Once downloaded, you can open up the app and start watching! That’s right! Just like watching the game online, you can simply download and open the CBS Sports app and start watching without logging in to your cable subscription!

The app is available for a wide variety of platforms, including Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, Windows 10, and iPad and Android tablets.

Watching on your smartphone

If you’re a Verizon customer, you can watch Super Bowl 50 right on your smartphone (iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone alike) via the NFL Mobile app. But be aware, this method of streaming the big game will eat up a huge chunk of your monthly data, so be sure to jump on your or your friend’s Wi-Fi network before watching.

The app normally comes preinstalled on all Verizon-locked smartphones, but if it doesn’t, just search “NFL Mobile” in your device’s app store and download it. Just be aware that this will only work on Verizon smartphones, so if your on AT&T or T-Mobile for example, you’ll have to move to your tablet.


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