NFL Plus, the NFL streaming service first introduced last year, is getting a price hike and a few changes for the upcoming season. On Thursday the league announced it would raise the price of a standard subscription from $5 per month to $7 per month, while still allowing subscribers to watch live local and primetime regular season playoff games. during a phone or tablet.
This includes games aired on your local CBS, Fox and NBC stations as well as on ESPN (Monday Night Football), Amazon Prime Video (Thursday Night Football) and the NFL Network.
Streams of live games remain limited to viewing on your phone or tablet, although you can watch NFL Films archives and in-season game replays on TVs and computers.
Fans of NFL RedZone, the popular channel hosted by Scott Hanson that bounces Sunday afternoon games, can get the service as part of the $15 per month NFL Plus Premium plan. The base and premium versions of NFL Plus will also include NFL Network live feeds.
The NFL RedZone feed, as well as NFL Network broadcasts (including eight exclusive NFL Network games this season), can be seen on TVs, game consoles and computers as well as phones and tablets.
In addition to monthly pricing, an annual subscription to the base NFL Plus plan will run $50 (up from $40 last year) with an annual Premium subscription costing $100 (up from $80 last season). For an undisclosed “limited time” the league said it will offer a 20% discount on the annual subscription price for both the base and premium versions of NFL Plus.