NFL Sunday Ticket was supposed to come back for the 2018 season. You should call Bell or Roger directly. Maybe it's there, but just not advertised. I would guess they would wait until late summer before they really start promoting it. The 49ers got 5 primetime games, so at the very least there's that.mpniak wrote: ↑Apr 19th, 2018 2:26 pmSo it is the day of the NFL Schedule release! Always an exciting day for me as I start to make plans for potential trips to see my beloved San Francisco 49ers play live.
So far, I have visited the stadiums in: Miami, Tampa Bay, Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland, New York, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Washington and of course, San Francisco.
This year Ill be likely choosing between road trips to Los Angeles, Arizona, Kansas City or Green Bay.
But the real question I am faced with this year, is how I will be watching them from the comfort of my own home. Last year I had DAZN and it was just a poor overall experience for me and others I spoke to. I heard about a couple of providers getting the broadcast rights back but I cannot find any information regarding this up coming season.
I have looked at both Rogers and Bell in regards to their "super sports packs" and neither of them list NFL Sunday ticket as one of their offerings.
I am moving on May 1 and would ideally like to subscribe to a service provider that will have the Sunday ticket if its available at all...
If there is no Sunday ticket and DAZN is the only option, then so be it. But if there will be an option, I would prefer to know now!
Anybody have any news regarding this?
As for road trips... Don't know if you're looking for advise, but I would skip LA and pick from the other 3. Both Green Bay and KC will be electric with their fans. Arizona will be fun because it's a somewhat new stadium. LA's new stadium won't be ready for 2 more years. I would wait for that. Given the choices, I would pick KC based on how little these teams play each other. 49ers only go there once every 8 years. Travelling to Green Bay happen at least once every 6 years with added games if both the 49ers and Packers finish in the same place in their respective divisions. And Arizona & LA happen every year.