How to watch NFL games this season without costly cable or satellite sports packages.

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Monday, October 5, 2015
NFL logo painted on the field before an NFL football game between the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 21, 2014,

For NFL fans, catching your favorite teams in action doesn't have to break the bank.

Along with our friends at RatherBeShopping.Com, here are some free and cheap ways you can watch games this season.

Streaming games is the first place to start for free viewing. Several games will be streamed online including 4 regular season and playoff games as well as the Super Bowl.

If you are a Verizon Wireless customer, you can stream games for free via the NFL Mobile App. Disclaimer: Pay attention to your data usage while using wireless streaming to avoid costly charges.

College students can score a big discount with DIRECTV. For $24.99 per month for 4 months (regularly $49.99/month), students can get access to NFL Sunday Ticket.

Cord-cutters can catch local NFL teams for free in HD quality with an over-the-air antennae.

Thursday night NFL Games are free. Normally, you had to have the paid channel to watch the Thursday night game, but not this year.

You can also replay all old games for $99 through NFL Game Pass. This pass allows you to replay all 256 games for the 2015 season on-demand. Games are available as soon as they end.

For $20/month, Sling TV Streaming will give you access to ESPN and many other top channels.

For the full list of ways to save on NFL Game watching click HERE.

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