Published on September 21st, 2023
Week 3 of the NFL season commences tonight in San Francisco as the perennial NFC rivals prepare to clash.
The San Francisco 49ers, boasting a 2-0 record, appear as strong contenders for the championship.
Christian McCaffrey’s stellar performance, the return of quarterback Brock Purdy from injury, and their tenacious defense spearheaded by edge rusher Nick Bosa have positioned them favorably.
On the flip side, the New York Giants rebounded impressively after a Week 1 loss to the Cowboys, orchestrating a miraculous comeback against the Cardinals.
Their road challenge against the 49ers is heightened, particularly if star running back Saquon Barkley is sidelined due to an ankle injury sustained last week.
Kickoff for the Giants-Niners showdown on Thursday Night Football is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET (5:15 p.m. PT) tonight. The game will be nationally broadcast on Prime Video and available for free streaming on Twitch.
Continue reading to explore your viewing options for Thursday Night Football via Prime Video, Twitch, NFL Plus, and, for those residing in the Giants or 49ers’ home markets, local network channels.
As YouTube and YouTube TV secure exclusive rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, supplemented by games on Paramount Plus, Peacock, and ESPN Plus, NFL enthusiasts have an array of options to follow this season.
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Streaming: Prime Video, Twitch And NFL Plus
Thursday Night Football games are nationally broadcast through Amazon Prime Video, offering NFL enthusiasts an added incentive beyond expedited shipping.
You can join Amazon Prime for $15 monthly or $139 annually, or opt for a standalone Prime Video subscription at $9 per month.
For viewers in the local markets of the competing teams, over-the-air stations will provide access to the games.
Meanwhile, those who haven’t subscribed to Amazon’s services can enjoy free streaming on Prime Video’s Twitch channel, as Twitch is also part of the Amazon family.
If you’re a subscriber to NFL Plus, the league’s streaming service priced at $7 per month (or $15 with Red Zone), you can access the game without requiring a Prime or Prime Video subscription.
Please note that NFL Plus viewing is restricted to smartphones and tablets, not available on computers or TVs.
Watch Thursday Night Football On Amazon Prime Video For $9/month
Live Thursday Night Football games are available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
If you’re one of the millions of Amazon Prime subscribers, you already have access to the Prime Video channel at no additional charge.
However, if you’re not a Prime subscriber, investing $9 per month in the standalone Prime Video service could be a worthwhile choice.
This not only grants you access to football but also provides an extensive library of captivating shows and movies to enjoy.
How Can I Watch Thursday Night Football On TV Live?
If you reside in the local market of either Thursday’s teams – WNYW Fox 5 in New York and KTVU Fox 2 in the Bay Area – there are two methods to access local channels on your television.
The first option is to subscribe to a live TV streaming service, while the second is to use an over-the-air antenna, provided you are in an area with strong signal reception.
All five of the live TV streaming services offer Fox, yet the availability of local networks may vary among them. To confirm Fox’s presence in your specific area, please consult the provided links for each service.
YouTube TV: Includes Fox for $73/Month
YouTube TV is priced at $73 per month and offers Fox. To check local network availability in your area, enter your ZIP code on YouTube TV’s welcome page.
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Hulu Plus Live TV: Includes Fox for $70/Month (Increasing to $77 in October)
Hulu Plus Live TV currently costs $70 per month, with a planned increase to $77 in October. It includes Fox in most markets. To determine your local channel lineup, visit their live news page and enter your ZIP code under the “Can I watch local news in my area?” section at the bottom.
DirecTV Stream: Includes Fox for $75/Month
DirecTV Stream’s basic Entertainment package, priced at $75 per month, provides access to Fox in most markets. Utilize their channel lookup tool to ascertain the availability of local channels in your area.
Fubo: Includes Fox for $75/Month
Fubo offers Fox for $75 per month in most markets. For a list of local channels available to you, click the provided link.
Sling TV Blue: Includes Fox for $40 or $45/Month
Sling TV’s Sling Blue package includes local Fox stations, but this feature is limited to select markets. The monthly price will be either $40 or $45, depending on your location.
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