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Watch NFL Sunday Ticket on PS3

At the start of the season, viewers who do not currently have access to DIRECTV will be able to subscribe to NFL SUNDAY TICKET at the season price of $339.95. Existing DIRECTV customers can access the service on their PS3 for an additional $50 and use the PS3 as an additional receiver for your home
Philip Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, Business Development, SCEA

Great news for Playstation owners (even though the price may be a little steep). NFL Sunday Ticket offers up to 14 games in HD every Sunday as well as DirecTV’s Red Zone Channel.

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362 Responses to “Watch NFL Sunday Ticket on PS3”

  1. John Lambert August 17, 2011 at 10:34 PM #

    Note the word “access” in the statement. I don’t think it’s the same as “not subscribed.”

    • Bob Hazlett August 17, 2011 at 10:53 PM #

      Yes, if you don’t have DirecTV you can subscribe and watch for $340. If DO have DirecTV, you still have to pay the same $340, but can access it via your PS3 for the additional $50. An example of this would be on a TV that you didn’t have a DirecTV box on. 

  2. Nathan Ziarek August 17, 2011 at 11:58 PM #

    Mashable is saying something different:

    If you are not a DirecTV subscriber, you can send them a check for $350 and get access to NFL Sunday Ticket on your PS3.

    You would not get any DirecTV equipment (dish, receiver) and at the end of the NFL season, there’d be no continuing contract with DirecTV.

    That’s not how I’m reading the announcement, but maybe there’s nore people are getting at?

    http://mashable.com/2011/08/17/nfl-sunday-ticket-ps3/

    • Bob Hazlett August 18, 2011 at 12:13 AM #

      I don’t see the difference in your comment and what’s in the actual post. 

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