DirecTV’s new Sunday Ticket streaming service isn’t ‘football for all’ but it’s close
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Getting your football fix will be slightly easier in 2014, so long as you’re willing to pay for it. For the upcoming NFL season, DirecTV is introducing NFL Sunday Ticket TV, a streaming service that will let certain fans even those without a satellite cable package watch every out-of-market game each week. But where you can watch depends on how much money you’re willing to give DirecTV, and anyone hesitant about forking over at least $300 faces a tough decision.
Sunday Ticket TV isn’t quite the streaming football service fans have been dreaming of. Nor is it really targeted at cord cutters. But it does provide some new, cheaper ways to watch. First, there’s a $199.99 “Digital” tier that offers access to live games on your…