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  • The current Directv app doesn't support AirPlay so I won't be surprised if this doesn't either.
  • I will be getting this, excited they finally did this.
    Plan on buying an Apple TV after their fall announcements, hope Airplay support is added.
  • Kinda lost interest when I read 'A $199.99 subscription will grant access via Sunday Ticket ...'
  • this isn't new. I used my ps3 to stream it for 2 years, and last year just hooked my laptop up to my tv to stream the games. week one is ALWAYS a disaster for some reason and then they figure everything out. quality isn't that great, but it's better than paying for directv.
  • *Starting at $199?*

    No thanks. I'll just stick to the highlight reels.

  • Kinda lost interest when I read 'A $199.99 subscription will grant access via Sunday Ticket ...'

    I don't have a cable subscription but I add Uverse to my internet package during the 4-5 months of football season. So $199 isn't bad. Also curious what the student discount will be.
    The unfortunate thing; however, is it blacks out local teams. That's the only reason I don't subscribe to MLBTV.
  • Sweet mother of god. Never thought I'd live to see the day.
    Yes, airplay most important; and/or a AppleTV app. The list of supported devices link isn't accessible. I wonder if AppleTV is behind there?
    The local blackout is a NFL rule, so that isn't going to change. When it is lifted for a sellout (or when the league feels it is appropriate), OTA broadcast would be available.
  • Boy, that's more than I paid for the NFL GamePass which includes every single game, NFL Redzone, the NFL Network (including A Football Life and other original programming), every game from the past season and select past Super Bowls. Good to be a non-US citizen I guess.

  • Sweet mother of god. Never thought I'd live to see the day.
    Yes, airplay most important; and/or a AppleTV app. The list of supported devices link isn't accessible. I wonder if AppleTV is behind there?
    The local blackout is a NFL rule, so that isn't going to change. When it is lifted for a sellout (or when the league feels it is appropriate), OTA broadcast would be available.

    If it's not Airplay compatible you might still be able to do so via a cheap Chromecast. I found a few threads that indicate it can work, even streaming from a Mac.
  • I got the Madden deal last year. I bought the PS3 game through Amazon, paid $99, and it included NFL Sunday Ticket. The video game itself would have been $60, so it was a great deal. You didn't need a satellite sub (I am a cord cutter) and I was able to mirror my iOS devices to my Apple TV. It wasn't 'airplay enabled' in that you had to mirror, but that's not a big deal - just a little bit of lag. It was a sweet deal - I hope they do it again.
  • Great timing! We're cutting the cord this August
  • Too busy courting IBM to think about negotiating NFL Sunday Ticket support for the Apple TV platform?

  • Fine print says limited by zip code. I'm not sure what that means, but my NW GA Zip wasn't eligible.
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by Gatorguy
    If it's not Airplay compatible you might still be able to do so via a cheap Chromecast. I found a few threads that indicate it can work, even streaming from a Mac.

    You can Mirror to the Apple TV from a Mac to watch it. Go peddle your Google crap elsewhere.

    Why would anyone want to invest a penny in Google's ridiculous- change every 6 months- joke of a television platform?

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by John.B

    Too busy courting IBM to think about negotiating NFL Sunday Ticket support for the Apple TV platform?



    It technically isn't common knowledge or announced- just a leak. For all we know it was going to be announced after a new ATV this year (maybe???)

  • I just tried to do this. IT'S CRAP!!!!! Only people who 'can't' receive Directv in their home are eligible. We're still stuck with the dish if you want NFLST.
  • What's the point in discriminating against certain devices with this pricing? Why is a console higher than streaming to the PC, tablet, or iphone?
    And why is adding all devices 100$ more than the basic service? If all IP traffic is to be treated equally, why is pricing different for certain devices with a NIC card?
  • Under requirements:
    'Download and install FlashPlayer10' :err:
  • You can Mirror to the Apple TV from a Mac to watch it. Go peddle your Google crap elsewhere.

    Then you obviously won't need to use a Chromecast. Unlike you the article's author was not sure if it will be compatible with iOS and Airplay or not, thus the OP's question. Fortunately we have you to clear it all up. :rolleyes:
  • I don't think this is new. Or available to everyone.
    From their FAQ:
    'At this time, NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV is available to people in select areas, residence types, and enrolled in select universities. To find out if you're eligible to purchase it, visit NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV and click Get Started.'


  • Originally Posted by AppleInsider
    There is no word yet on whether subscribers will be able to use Apple's AirPlay technology to stream games on their television from an iOSdevice.



    Quote:


    Originally Posted by Gatorguy
    Then you obviously won't need to use a Chromecast. Unlike you the article's author was not sure if it will be compatible with iOS and Airplay or not, thus the OP's question. Fortunately we have you to clear it all up.

    News flash: OSX isn't iOS

    There is nothing you can't mirror from a Mac. Of course you wouldn't mention that you can mirror from Mac to ATV- Both devices he has currently. Instead, you'll spout off Chromecast as a 'cheap' alternative- as if anyone wants that garbage on this forum.

    Shoo Fly- don't bother us.

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NFL Sunday Ticket, a popular sports package provided by DirecTV, will be offered as a standalone subscription for the first time in 2014, letting users who do not subscribe to DirecTV service access NFL Sunday Ticket games on their Macs and iOS devices.
Though no announcement has been made, a promotional page noticed by AppleInsider details DirecTV's new standalone plan, which provides full NFL Sunday Ticket access starting at $199.99.
Introducing NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV. NFL football for all.
Now you can access live, out-of-market NFL games without a DIRECTV satellite TV account--no matter what team you follow! NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV lets you stream games on your computer, tablet, phone, or game console. All while keeping up with real-time player stats and your fantasy teams.
NFL Sunday Ticket has long been accessible on iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices, but in prior years, it has required a monthly subscription to DirecTV's satellite cable service and a satellite dish. Now users can get access on a variety of devices with three separate plans.
The lowest tier plan, available for $199.99, allows NFL Sunday Ticket access on computers, tablets, and phones, while a $239.99 console plan allows access on console devices.
MAX, the highest tier priced at $329.99, offers access on computers, tablets, phones, and consoles, plus access to Red Zone Channel, which shows every touchdown from every game, and access to DirecTV Fantasy Zone, offering live looks at fantasy plays. All three plans also offer real-time stats and scores along with the ability to track favorite players. Standard NFL Sunday Ticket plans for DirecTV subscribers begin at $240, going up to $324 for a MAX subscription.
The website does not mention Apple TV access, but a 2010 rumor pointed towards an NFL Sunday Ticket channel on the device, which could come to fruition this year following the announcement of the standalone subscriptions.
While DirecTV previously offered a streaming package for subscribers unable to get reliable DirecTV service and tested a console-based subscription plan last year, the new NFL Sunday Ticket standalone offerings expand the service to a much wider range of cord cutters who still want access to live sports.
The changes to NFL Sunday Ticket come following DirecTV's pending acquisition by AT&T, which is awaiting regulatory approval. DirecTV is also set to renegotiate its NFL contract later this year.
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