It’s been a great year for football; especially if you’ve got a PS3. Since the first game kicked off at the start of the season, PS3 users connected via PlayStation Network have been able to watch NFL Sunday Ticket right on their PS3 every Sunday. That means every out-of-market Sunday game has been at the hands of subscribers across the country, delivered in gorgeous HD. But if you haven’t subscribed yet and are looking at a great way to get more NFL in your life, listen up.
As of the PlayStation Store update later today, the NFL Sunday Ticket subscription for the remainder of the season will be $199.99, split into two easy payments of $99.99. It’s the perfect way to enjoy all the action of the NFL in high definition, with live multi-game scoreboards and field position trackers. Not to mention, you’ll be able to access highlights, stats, standings, and schedules, as well as the Red Zone Channel.
We recently announced our partnership with DIRECTV to bring their most popular sports subscription service, NFL SUNDAY TICKET, directly to you via your PlayStation 3. Starting later today, you can access the direct link in the My Channels category under the TV/Video Services icon on the XMB (XrossMediaBar) or head over to the media category of the PlayStation Store to download the app in anticipation of the new 2011 NFL season.
This Sunday, PS3 owners without access to DIRECTV will be able to live stream every out-of-market Sunday NFL game on their PS3 with a subscription to NFL SUNDAY TICKET. You’ll be able to enhance your NFL experience with live multi-game scoreboards and field position trackers, which also allow you to access highlights, stats, standings and schedules, as well as the Red Zone Channel, which gives you live coverage of Sunday’s most exciting moments. The subscription for the 2011 season can be purchased directly through the app for $339.95. Existing subscribers can use the PS3 as an additional receiver in their home, as part of their NFL SUNDAY TICKET To-Go package, which is purchased through DIRECTV.
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