This weekend, the AFC and NFC Championship games are taking place, with the winners heading to Super Bowl LIII on February 3 in Atlanta. If you don't have cable, then Fubo TV has a sweet way for you to watch the games, completely free.
Fubo TV is a very popular streaming service for sports fanatics. In fact, it's a streaming TV service with basically nothing but sports. Just about every single sports channel you can think of is available on this service. And it offers a seven-day free trial. That's long enough to watch the games this weekend and then cancel afterwards. After the trial, service starts at $39.99 per month. Which is actually still a pretty low price for what you're getting.
With Fubo TV, you're getting 86 channels for $39.99 and the offer it has right now includes two months of Showtime which is typically priced at $12 per month. The other plan, which is $5 more gives you a few more channels for a total of 104 channels. It also offers 30 hours of DVR, allowing you to record games and watch them later on.
Fubo TV does offer some other channels as well, including CNN, Fox News, History, CNBC, CBSN, and many more. So it's not just for sports, but that is the majority of the channels available here.
You can sign up for a free trial of Fubo TV by hitting the link down below.