Monday Night Football comes once again and this time it is the Green Bay Packers vs. the Philadelphia Eagles. The game starts at 8:30 p.m. ET on Monday, Nov. 28th. This will be a battle of high-powered offenses as the Aaron Rodgers-led Packers look to beat rookie QB Carson Wentz. It’ll certainly be a great way to end the fantastic weekend of football and you should make sure you know how to get your Packers vs. Eagles live stream before kickoff!
There are a couple different ways for cable cutters to watch the MNF games each week. We recommend Sling TV as your top option, but keep reading to learn everything you need to know!
Sling TV- The Easiest Way to Watch a Packers vs. Eagles Live Stream
On game day, the best option to watch a Packers vs. Eagles stream is through Sling TV. The subscription streaming service from Dish Network only costs $20 per month. In return, you can stream popular cable channels either on your computer, phone, tablet, or right on your TV with a connected device.
The Sling Orange package starts at $20 per month and will let you watch Packers vs. Eagles online right on ESPN. In total, there are over 30 channels to live stream on the package. Channels include ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, AMC, CNN, and several more. Plus, you can even get onto WatchESPN with your Sling TV login. This will let you watch more channels like ESPN or ABC sporting events.
Right now, you can even watch the Packers vs. Eagles streaming free with the 7-day free trial on Sling TV. You just need to start the trial between now and the game and you can watch for absolutely free.
If you are interested in Sling TV (review), you can likely qualify for some awesome deals. When you sign up for three months of the service you get to choose between either an Apple TV for $60 off or receiving a free Roku player.
Another deal is the current agreement with T-Mobile. Any T-Mobile subscribers get Sling TV’s Orange package for a 30% discounted rate of just $14 per month. Plus, if you’re on the Binge On plan you can stream Sling TV on your phone without it impacting your data limits.
Watch the Packers vs. Eagles Live Stream on PlayStation Vue
Another streaming service out there is Sony’s PlayStation Vue. It is set up similar to Sling TV and has a starting price of $29.99 per month. In return, you can watch over 50 channels live streaming. The channels you can watch include ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, TNT, TBS, CNN, and much more.
Like Sling TV, you can watch across multiple devices like phones, tablets, and your TV with devices like Chromecast or an Amazon Fire TV stick. So, you can watch the Packers vs. Eagles stream in several different ways. Obviously, it’s compatible with PlayStation consoles as well, which might be the easiest way to watch Packers vs. Eagles online with PlayStation Vue.
The only downside of PlayStation Vue is you might meet some restrictions if you try to stream outside of your home. Sometimes it will only work inside your house for certain channels, so it’s not ideal if you’re trying to watch football games or other content on the go. But, there is a 7-day free trial for PlayStation Vue so you can also use it to watch the Packers vs. Eagles streaming free.
Check out our PlayStation Vue review to learn anything more.
This game is a toss-up as many are saying you can never count out Aaron Rodgers regardless of how much the Packers have been struggling lately. The Eagles have had their own up and downs this season, but their playoff hopes are still alive. It’ll certainly be a great game, so make sure you can be ready to watch your Packers vs. Eagles live stream before the game begins!
If you’re interested in watching any more NFL games, check out our full football guide for cable cutters. Or, if there are other sports you want to watch we’ve got a full sports guide as well!
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