The National Football League’s over-the-top (OTT) subscription service, NFL+, is currently providing 50% off of its annual plan to both new and existing users. The deal expires on Monday, October 9.

With the discount, the annual base tier of NFL+ is now $24.99, while NFL+ Premium is $49.99.

In addition to live local, primetime regular and postseason games on mobile and tablet, the standard NFL+ subscription generally costs $49.99. It also grants access to the NFL Network, live game audio, and ad-free NFL films on demand. Outside of the campaign, NFL+ Premium is available for $99.99 and comes with all the features of the basic tier in addition to support for NFL Redzone and “full, condensed, and all-22 coaches film replays of every game.”

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With the promotion, sports fans may get NFL Redzone more affordably and conveniently. Normally, this needs a membership to another service provider, such as DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu + Live TV, or Spectrum.

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This year’s football season got off to a rough start due to a 12-day blackout caused by a disagreement between Disney and Spectrum. Approximately 14.7 million Spectrum subscribers were deprived of access to numerous sports channels at the time of college football, the NFL, and the U.S. Open. In the end, the two businesses came to an agreement that gave Spectrum TV Select Plus customers access to ESPN+; the fee is now unknown.


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