YouTube begins NFL Sunday Ticket presales today. The season-long add-on costs $249 for YouTube TV Basic customers. In addition, NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone packages are $289 for the season during presales.
The streaming firm will raise both bundles by $100 once the presale period expires on June 6. All local, national, and out-of-market games are available.
Since 1994, DirecTV has streamed NFL Sunday Ticket, charging $293.94 for the standard subscription and $395.94 for the Max plan with added programming.
Unlike YouTube TV add-ons, Primetime Channels began selling subscriptions to other streaming services last year. The Google-owned business will sell NFL Sunday Ticket through this shop for $349 presale and $449 retail. The NFL Sunday Ticket/NFL RedZone combo costs $389 during presale and $489 afterward.
Google paid $2 billion each season to stream NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube last December.
Multiviews, a beta feature, was unveiled last month. It mosaics numerous feeds on one screen. YouTube stated it would permit NFL Sunday Ticket streaming.
The startup also promises unlimited DVR storage, tailored suggestions, key play viewing, NFL Fantasy statistics, real-time metrics, and YouTube TV spoiler hiding. In addition, Primetime Channels will add multiview and key plays.
“Primetime Channels subscribers will see live NFL games prominently in their feeds so they can instantly hop into the excitement on game days, right on YouTube. “We are also introducing commerce connections so viewers can quickly buy products to support their teams, and social elements that YouTube users are already acquainted with, including chat, polls, and more,” the business stated.