The NFL+ streaming service arrives today starting at $40 per year

After months of teasing, the NFL has launched its anticipated streaming service. The newly available NFL+ gives you access to live football streams and ad-free library content across the NFL app and web starting at $40 per year or $5 per month. Spend $80 a year or $10 a month for NFL+ Premium and you’ll also get ad-free game replays (both full and abridged) across all devices and Coaches Movie features like All-22.

However, there are some significant catches. While you’ll have live audio for every game regardless of device, live video is only available for live local and “primetime” games on phones and tablets – you can’t use this to record a playoff run via your computer or watching TV. Preseason games are limited to out-of-market showdowns (across devices), although that’s arguably an advantage if you often find local preseason games on TV for free.

The NFL+ debut puts an end to Game Pass in the US. Not that it’ll necessarily bother you — even the premium tier is cheaper than the outgoing $100-a-year offering. While you don’t have as much freedom as you’d like, the new offering might make more sense if you typically watch on mobile or just occasionally want to catch a game while on the go.

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