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Ahead of Super Bowl LVIII, the NFL puts on an all-star game weekend for players who didn’t make it to the Big Game. The best of the AFC take on the best of the NFC in a game of 7-on-7 non-contact flag football with no tackling or hits.
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In the lead-up to Sunday’s Pro Bowl Games Championship, the Thursday Skills Showdown airs live on ESPN today starting at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET.
The Pro Bowl Games Championship takes place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando this Sunday, with kickoff at 12 p.m. PT/3 ET. The game airs live across broadcast, cable and streaming channels, including ABC, Disney XD, ESPN, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes and NFL+.
Cord-cutters can watch the Pro Bowl Games through any live TV streaming service that carries ABC and ESPN (and any of the affiliated broadcast networks above), such as DirecTV Stream, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV and others. Those who want to livestream the game for free can sign up for a trial of DirecTV Stream or Fubo.
All web-based services are accessible on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or smart TV.
Keep reading to find out how to watch the 2024 Pro Bowl Games with and without a cable subscription, including more details on how to watch the game for free. Additionally, you can find where to buy last-minute tickets below.
How to Watch 2024 Pro Bowl Games Without Cable
Since the Pro Bowl Games are broadcast on ABC and ESPN, they can also be streamed on internet-based streaming cable services, some of which even offer free trials. If you sign up now, you can watch the entire weekend of games and events online for free.
BEST STREAMING SERVICE OVERALL
Packages from $64.99 per month
Watch the Pro Bowl Games on ABC and ESPN with DirecTV Stream. ABC is offered on all of the cable alternative’s packages, while the service includes more than 75 other channels — such as NBC, Fox, CBS, AMC, Bravo, CNBC, Disney Channel, ESPN and much more.
Most importantly, the streaming service has a five-day free trial available, which should be more than enough time to watch the football game for free. At the end of the trial period, you can cancel or keep the service with prices starting as low as $69.99 for the entry-level Entertainment package. In addition, other plans offer between 105-150 channels with prices ranging from $84.99 to $159.99 per month.
New subscribers can receive a Visa rewards card worth up to $200 for a limited time. Learn more about the offer here.
Packages from $74.99 per month
If you’d like to watch the Pro Bowl Games live on ABC and ESPN — along with more than 170 other news, entertainment and sports channels, like the NFL Network — go with a subscription to Fubo. The streaming service starts at $79.99 per month, while you can record over 1,000 hours of TV shows, movies, games and more. Fubo is available to watch on your smartphone, tablet or TV too.
Additionally, other plans include the Elite package (with more than 250 channels for $89.99 per month) and the Premier tier that comes with nearly 300 channels, NFL RedZone, Showtime and 4K quality for $99.99 per month.
If you want to watch the game for free, the online TV streaming service offers a seven-day free trial for new subscribers.
BEST LIVE TV STREAMING BUNDLE
Hulu + Live TV
Packages from $76.99
You can also livestream the Pro Bowl Games on ABC and ESPN online without cable with a subscription to Hulu + Live TV. It has access to more than 90 live channels — like AMC, BET, CNN, ESPN, Food Network and others — starting at $76.99 per month. The service also comes with Hulu’s entire streaming library, as well as Disney+ and ESPN+ at no additional cost.
With a subscription, Hulu + Live TV users can watch originals from Hulu, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilms (Star Wars, Indiana Jones), The Muppets Studio and Pixar Animation. Subscribers can also watch ESPN+ for original sports programming and live sports from Formula 1 as well as the NHL, MLB and other sports leagues. It includes unlimited cloud DVR too.
Unfortunately, Hulu doesn’t offer a free trial at this time.
Packages from $20 for the first month
Sling is one of the cheapest options for new live TV streaming subscribers who want to watch the 2024 Pro Bowl Games on ABC and ESPN. The Sling Orange + Blue plan is only $30 per month for the first month ($60 per month afterwards) and includes both networks.
Sling Orange + Blue also features Bravo, The Discovery Channel, The Disney Channel, E!, Fox News, FreeForm, MSNBC, NFL Network and much more.
Along with ABC and ESPN, the Pro Bowl Games are live-streaming on ESPN+. If you’re not a subscriber, you can sign up for ESPN+ for $10.99 per month.
ESPN+ including The Pat McAfee Show, 30 For 30, McEnroe’s Places, Man in the Arena: Tom Brady, Southern Hoops: A History of SEC Basketball, Deion’s Double Play and others.
BEST FOR DIE-HARD NFL FANS
Starting at $6.99
Do you know the NFL has their own streaming service? NFL+ gets you the most comprehensive coverage online with prices starting at $6.99 per month (or $49.99 per year). The service offers live out-of-market preseason games, live local and primetime regular season and postseason games — including playoff games, including the Pro Bowl Games and the Super Bowl — as well as local and national radio game broadcasts, the NFL Network and the NFL Films archive.
Moreover, NFL+ Premium has everything NFL+ offers, but also includes full game replays, condensed game replays, coaches’ film sessions and NFL Red Zone for $14.99 per month (or $99.99 per year).
Please note: NFL games are only accessible on smartphones and tablets and not available on smart TVs.
How to Watch 2024 Pro Bowl Games on TV
The Pro Bowl Games are broadcast live on ABC and ESPN. You can watch the game and the events on TV through your cable TV provider, or on ABC.com and ESPN.com and the networks’ mobile apps when you log in with your cable TV account credentials.
Where to Buy 2024 Pro Bowl Games Tickets Online
If you’d like to watch Pro Bowl Games in person this Sunday, you’ll find options for last-minute tickets to watch the AFC vs. NFC flag football game at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.
One of the best deals on NFL tickets can be found at SeatGeek; use THR‘s exclusive promo code HOLLYWOOD10 to save $10 off eligible purchases of $250 and up. Click here for last-minute tickets to NFL Pro Bowl 2024.
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