Packers vs. 49ers Live Stream: Watch Online without Cable

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Packers vs. 49ers Live Stream: Green Bay takes on San Francisco in the third week of the NFL Preseason. Enjoy both first team offenses take a majority of the snaps for the first half of the game. Here's how you can stream this game online:

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There’s still a chance Colin Kaepernick can win the starting job for the San Francisco 49ers. He’s just going to need to work his tail off against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. For now, Blaine Gabbert is the man for the 49ers, and he’s expected to play a bulk of the first half snaps in this game. We’re excited to show you the best ways to watch the Packers vs. 49ers Live Stream.

Use this guide to watch the Packers vs. 49ers live stream, which starts at 10 p.m. EST Friday, Aug. 26.


Packers vs. 49ers Live Stream on Sling TV

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One of our favorite streaming services for cord cutters is serving up the Packers vs. 49ers Live Stream because of a great last-second addition.

Sling TV this summer added the NFL Network to its lineup of channels. And it just so happens that this game is being aired on that network.

Sling also offers live streaming of Fox, NBC and ABC affiliates in major markets, but you won’t need to worry about that for this game.

Another upside of Sling TV is the fact that it has ESPN and ESPN 2, which means Monday Night Football. The Packers play no Monday night Nov. 28; the 49ers open up MNF Sept. 12.

Sling TV runs $20 per month and increases with more channels in your bundle. Read our extensive review of Sling TV. If you like what you see, signup for a free trial today. There’s still a free Roku 2 up for grabs.


Packers vs. 49ers Live Stream On Demand with NFL Game Pass

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A new way to watch every single NFL Preseason game is through NFL Game Pass, a service that replaces the old Game Rewind streaming service.

For $99 for the entire season (It works out to about $16 per month), you get access to every single preseason game live and on demand access to all 256 regular season games after their live broadcast. If you want to try it out, there is a 7-day trial. The league is also giving us access to every single game on demand dating back to 2009.

Now if you’re excited about the live preseason games, please note that there is a blackout rule, meaning Packers fans in Green Bay will have to wait until the game clock hits zero before they can watch the game on demand.

Note: Looking for information on the NFL Game Pass International offering? Click here for more details.


Watch Packers vs. 49ers Live Stream with an Antenna

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There’s nothing better than an old-school antenna that can reliably get you a high definition live picture that’s absolutely free.

No local broadcast affiliate in Green Bay has picked up rights to this game yet. But the KPIX, the CBS affiliate in San Francisco is on board. So Bay Area residents, after plugging in your antenna, tune it to your TV and flip it on over to CBS. You’ll be able to watch the game play out in the livest sense of broadcasting.

We wrote a guide on the best antennas on the market. Check that out and also do some research on DVR systems to record games and watch later.


The remaining NFL Preseason schedule

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Photo credit: USA Today


Saturday, August 27

8 p.m. Tennessee Titans at Oakland Raiders (CBS)

Sunday, August 28

1 p.m. San Diego Chargers at Minnesota Vikings (FOX)

4 p.m. Arizona Cardinals at Houston Texans (FOX)

8 p.m. Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars (NBC)

More scheduling information can be found here.

And make sure to check out our ultimate guide to streaming NFL games.

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