DirecTV is taking strides to open up its NFL Sunday Ticket package, which lets viewers watch games not televised in their home markets. This season, non-DirecTV subscribing PlayStation 3 owners can access the service through an app for $340. The package includes the RedZone channel, which switches through different games between plays throughout the day.
The satellite provider is also expanding its $50 NFL Sunday Ticket To-Go app, which streams the service to PCs and mobile devices, to the Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy. DirecTV subscribers who own PS3s can opt for a $50 add-on that lets them use the PS3 as an additional receiver in their homes.
According to Engadget, the online-only PC and mobile package, first offered last year, is $350.
If you’re an NFL fan, is NFL Sunday Ticket worth the price?
DIRECTV and PlayStation Bring NFL Sunday Ticket to PS3 [PlayStation Blog]