Sunday night's WWE Elimination Chamber 2013 will be watched by millions around the world, but the way in which fans tune in will vary.
From the living room to the bar, there are multiple ways to watch this February's much-anticipated event, which will feature beloved WWE stars like The Rock, John Cena and Big Show, among others.
Here we'll run down the best ways to watch this weekend's epic WWE PPV.
When: Sunday, Feb. 17 at 8 p.m. ET
Where: New Orleans Arena in New Orleans, LA
Live Streaming: WWE.com
Nothing beats watching a PPV event from the comfort of your own home, especially on a Sunday night.
Of course, you'll need $45 to pay for the PPV, but assuming you can throw down the cash, all you'll need is a television and a couch. Oh, and of course some treats.
You'll be able to visit the bathroom whenever you need to, hit up the kitchen for additional treats during breaks and do it all while in your pajamas. If you're thinking of inviting friends and family over Sunday night, ordering the PPV on television is the obvious choice, and best way to watch.
Which way do you prefer to watch?
If you won't have access to a television on Sunday night, or just prefer to tweet as you watch, then WWE.com's live stream is the way you'll want to watch.
If you don't mind getting crumbs on your keyboard, then order the live stream of the PPV and prepare to soak in every match without distraction. This option isn't for anyone looking to watch with others, unless you have a decent-sized computer monitor and plenty of chairs.
But, if you're on the go Sunday night, don't hesitate to take this route, as you'll be able catch all the action while having the ability to pause it if you need to.
Local Bar or Restaurant
If you want to spend the night on the town without missing one of the year's top WWE PPV events, then check out this awesome feature from WWE.com, "Blast Areas," that helps you find a bar or restaurant in your area that will be showing Elimination Chamber from start to finish on Sunday night.
Whether you want to tune in with friends, or just want to avoid shelling big bucks for the PPV at your own place, this route is definitely worth taking.
Aside from the cost of food and beverage, this option is probably the cheapest and most fun if you don't have a big space where you can invite your friends over. In this case, just meet up at the local watering hole with a few bucks for a potential cover fee, drink and some grub.
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