How to watch the 2020 AFC championship game online

Posted: 17 January 2020 10:55 am
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It’s that time of year again as the two NFL conferences decide which teams go head-to-head at this year’s big game. If you don’t have cable, you’ll still have the chance to watch the remaining two teams in the AFC play in the 2020 AFC championship to decide who’ll proceed to Super Bowl LIV this February.

When is the AFC Championship game?

  • Date: January 19, 2020
  • Time: 3:05 p.m. ET

The AFC Championship airs on the CBS network, so you’ll need access to CBS to watch the championship game online.

How to watch the AFC championship game with CBS All Access

  • Cost: $5.99 a month
  • Estimated setup: Less than 5 minutes, no installation required

CBS All Access is a low $5.99 a month with the option upgrade to a commercials-free subscription for $9.99 a month. With a CBS All Access subscription, you can stream not only the AFC Championship game, but also more than 10,000 episodes from shows like NCIS, The Big Bang Theory and Twin Peaks.

Take advantage of a free seven-day free trial and discounts for students.

How to watch the AFC championship game with fuboTV

  • Cost: $54.99 a month
  • Estimated setup: Less than 5 minutes, no installation required

CBS is part of a standard a fuboTV subscription, allowing access to the AFC Championship game. For $54.99 a month, you get access to 100+ hours of live sports and a cloud DVR feature for recording the championship for later viewing

Try out fuboTV through a free 7-day trial.

How to watch the AFC championship game with Hulu + Live TV

  • Cost: $54.99 a month
  • Estimated setup: Less than 5 minutes, no installation required

With a Hulu + Live TV subscription, you get access to the AFC Championship game on CBS and more than 60 other live channels. A subscription comes with the entire Hulu on-demand streaming library and DVR to save up to 50 hours of live TV.

A subscription is $54.99 a month, but a free 7-day trial when you choose to subscribe to Hulu + Live TV provides enough time to watch the AFC championship game and switch to a less expensive Hulu subscription without penalty if it’s more than you need.

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