NFL Week 1 TV Schedule: How to Get Free NFL Sunday Ticket & RedZone Via DirecTV
You know you want the greatest thing associated with the NFL and you know you want it for free.
Thankfully, DirecTV is making that possible for NFL fans post-lockout with their “Back to Football” campaign.
“For those of you who have yet to purchase NFL RedZone channel via your cable subscriber or Sunday Ticket on your DirecTV hookup, the NFL has a treat for you.
RedZone and Sunday Ticket will be free this weekend,” according to NBC’s Mike Florio.
Not only should you take full advantage of the free weekend, you should definitely get Sunday Ticket and RedZone if you can afford it. RedZone is phenomenal. You won’t miss a single scoring opportunity. It is constant action all Sunday.
Some people don’t like that you don’t get to watch an entire game with RedZone, but it is addicting. You’re constantly updated and being taken across the country to each game.
Don’t have DirecTV and still want NFL Sunday Ticket for free? You can sign up for DirecTV and still get the package for free. Not a bad deal, right?
Already a DirecTV subscriber paying the full price for your package and feel left out? Don’t. Get on the phone and complain that your dissatisfied with the service and don’t appreciate feeling taken advantage of for being a loyal, paying customer. Trust me, DirecTV wants your money no matter how they get it and will most likely give you a discounted price or maybe if you’re lucky, NFL Sunday Ticket for free too!
NFL Sunday Ticket and RedZone is where it’s at for your football viewing pleasure. It enhances your Sunday football experience and will leave you wanting more. By the end of the day, you’ll feel like you just played a game because you’ve been in the action for more than six hours!
At the very least, get back to football by taking full advantage of this awesome free service for the NFL kickoff weekend.
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