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This is going to be a short material on how NFL Sunday Ticket works on xbox live, this is the first year that NFL Sunday Ticket has been offered where you can get the service on a console without having to be a subscriber to direct TVs subscription service, so it runs from your app menu which is like what everything else does on your Xbox console.
As you can see, as my console down below or consoles, I have several, so all you basically have to do is that after you subscribe to the service, you’re going to launch it from your menu and then you’ll bring up the NFL console which I break off as much live and basically what you do from here is usually one game every week, it’ll be sponsored.
So you’ll have one game, even people that aren’t subscribers to DirecTV Sunday Ticket will still get to watch and you get highlights from all the various games, you can also do something if you have yahoo sports or fantasy or a couple of other services, you can import your team on the air and tracks everything.
It’s cool and intuitive Cincinnati, but as far as Sunday Ticket to get to sell, you’re not here to channel any pop this open and the first time you come on here, you have to put in all your login credentials that you get from DIRECTV.
When you log on at the time I log on, it was two hundred and fifty dollars for the season, I believe another thing you should keep in mind as there are some games that are blacked out depending on where you live.
If it’s a regional game and its local to you, that’s on regular TV a lot of times, they will black it out, which is one of those things? Direct TV does not tell you about when you sign up to the service which kind of pisses me off, but then if you’re getting Sunday Ticket, you want to watch premark primarily out of market games.
I would think so, this is what the console looks like, you get a breakdown of all the new games aníbal course, all the three p.m. games and it keeps a tally on the score.
If you want to watch particular game, I want a while Baltimore and Miami, it’s currently being played, pop it over, got a list of various highlights from the game, this one obviously is 15, I’m going to watch live and it takes a second and it loads the game, it does still run all the commercials too from whatever network was airing the games.
But if you’re looking for a way particularly like myself, I moved to the Chicago region, I’m originally from Kansas City, so naturally I want to catch on my cheeks Cajun, this is a great way to do it without having to invest in the actual DIRECTV TV service particularly things like this apartment complex like you have one of those dishes out there.
So this is a perfect solution to cut the cord not entirely depending on where you live obviously that could have impacts on the games that are aren’t blacked out, but it’s still a house a lot better than paying over her dollars more for a cable subscription. This is a one-time fee.
Last but not least, Sunday night games, Thursday night’s football, anything like that is not going to be included in this service, it’s the Sunday afternoon games, all of its included.
So if you hope to pick up another Thursday night football the FT NFL Network, that’s an additional charge, you get over programming from the enough own network as well, so that’s a brief rundown and basically what it entails getting service coming directly to your console without having to pay for DirecTV, but this was helpful.