While you can’t watch Super Bowl on your CBS All Access account you can still watch it online and do it for free at CBSSports.com including options to watch it on an AppleTV, Xbox One, and Roku devices in addition to your computer or tablet.
We haven’t seen details yet on how CBS will handle advertising on the stream, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see extra ads slapped in there to boost the bottom line.
How Can I Watch The Super Bowl Online For Free?
CBS has offered this year’s coverage up for free which is a nice bonus, but as noted it persists in keeping NFL games out of the All Access service, something they need to remedy. You can pull up the live stream of the big game here at CBSSports.com.
This is the first year CBS has offered up a live stream of the Super Bowl for us on various platforms like this. Previously viewers could route mobile viewing through to their big screen, but this will be a first with direct methods. A welcome change for sure.
When Does The Super Bowl Start?
Super Bowl 50 airs on Sunday, February 7, 2016 on CBS with kickoff at 6:30PM ET. Get ready to watch Denver take on Carolina in what looks to be Peyton Manning’s final game in the NFL.