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How to Watch Super Bowl 2018

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If you’re one of the few million people planning to tune into the Super Bowl this Sunday, it’s about time you figure out how you’re going to watch.

The Super Bowl airs on NBC, but for those without cable, the Internet is the place to go. Normally, users will need a cable provider to log on, but for the Super Bowl, fans can head to NBC.com or NBCsports.com and watch the big game for free.

If you prefer to watch on your phone or tablet, the NBC app is also free in the Apple Store and Google Play.

Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. ET, but you might want to tune in earlier to see P!nk sing the national anthem and to keep up with the famous Super Bowl commercials. The pregame show starts at 1 p.m. ET.

Obviously, you’ll want to tune into the highly anticipated halftime show starring Justin Timberlake -- which will start at halftime, of course.

 


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