Here’s the crux of the article in video form:

New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on April 18, 2023) follows:

YouTube TV allows NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers to watch their favorite games across the web, TV, mobile, and tablet devices.

Both YouTube TV and non-YouTube TV users can purchase different packages and enjoy watching the live streams.

As an introductory offer, those who buy the plan from any of the 2 tiers will get a $100 discount. But it must be noted that this scheme is valid until June 6, 2023.

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The platform also offers an NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone bundle that brings national NFL games and the ultimate fan experience to catch every score altogether.

However, there seems to be a lack of clarity on the bundle’s details.

YouTube TV NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone bundle streams

It appears that multiple YouTube TV subscribers (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10) have less clarity about some of the important details of the YouTube TV NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone bundle streams.

For instance, some are not sure about the number of concurrent streams permitted with the purchase of the bundle or SportsPlus add-on package.

Some are also eager to know whether they can use the multiview feature to enjoy watching multiple matches alongside concurrent streams or not.


Hey @YouTubeTV if you only allow two screens at a time for @NFL Sunday Ticket how are we supposed to watch the full slate of early games?!? Not everyone watches two or 3 games a week. Some of us watch every game every week!

Hey @YouTubeTV is it true that you are limited to 2 screens for NFL Sunday Ticket even if you have the unlimited plan? Does that include RedZone? Limit of 2 screens is kinda lame IMO.

Recently, some curious fans contacted YouTube TV support in order to get clarity on this topic. Support clarified that if one purchases the Sunday Ticket + RedZone package for $289, then the RedZone stream will also get counted.

This means that users can’t watch the RedZone live stream on a third device alongside the allowable two concurrent streams.

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If you buy the NFL Sunday Ticket & NFL RedZone bundle, your NFL RedZone stream will count as one of your two streams

Secondly, if one opts for the Sunday ticket without RedZone and buys the Sports Plus package, then they can, fortunately, stream concurrently on 3 devices.

You also have the option to buy the Sports Plus add-on to watch RedZone instead since each YouTube TV add-on has its own stream limits.

Also, YouTube has said that it’s working on improvements to the multiview feature. But unfortunately, the company has not provided exact details on the support for both multi-view and concurrent streams.

We’re working on some improvements to multiview, but stay tuned for specific updates as the NFL season approaches.

Having said that, we’ll keep tabs on this topic and update the article with the latest information.

Update 1 (April 19, 2023)

04:31 pm (IST): YouTube team has posted an official FAQ regarding this on their official Reddit. So users who are looking for additional info can check it out.

Update 2 (May 26, 2023)

05:26 pm (IST): YouTube community manager on Reddit has announced that YouTube TV subscribers will now have access to unlimited stream at home for NFL Sunday Ticket. More on that here.

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