The NFL is headed into the second half of the early slate in Week 2 Sunday action, and it’s been a rough day so far for Sunday Ticket customers. The service that offers up all the NFL action across the league has been down for much of the 1 p.m. slate thus far and people are not happy.
If you’re looking for an alternative while hoping you get a refund on Sunday Ticket, most streaming services either off a free trial or a discounted trial. For example, Sling TV offers half off your first month and YouTube TV offers discounts for new customers. They don’t offer full coverage of all games, but you could get access to NFL Network’s Red Zone channel at the very least. You can try a host of others, but those are good starting options.
And for those frustrated by the technical issues, the NFL has put the Sunday Ticket rights up for bidding and has Apple, Amazon, and Google all reportedly competing for the popular NFL package. The rights are up following the 2022 season, so we will likely see a new rights-holder in 2023.
Apple is viewed as the favorite and if the service is anything like the Apple TV+ MLB package, fans will be pleased with the service.
And my @DIRECTV Sunday Ticket app is once again not working, after I got an email from them this week assuring me they fixed the technical glitches from last week.— Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith) September 18, 2022
sunday ticket subscribers - when do we start demanding our money back— Jessica Smetana (@jessica_smetana) September 18, 2022
The NFL Sunday Ticket app is such trash.— JJ Zachariason (@LateRoundQB) September 18, 2022
If your Sunday Ticket is down, it's not just you.— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) September 18, 2022