Super Bowl LII: How to Watch

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We're only three days away from Super Bowl LII!

In anticipation of the NFL championship game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Sunday, ET's rounded up everything you need to know about who's performing the halftime show, singing the national anthem and more.

But in case you're wondering how to watch the actual game, we've got that covered for you, too.

When does the game start?: Super Bowl LII kicks off live on Sunday, Feb. 4 at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT.

Where to watch: For network TV users, tune into NBC. Fans can also livestream the game on or watch using the NBC Sports or NFL apps.

How do the apps work?: You can use the NBC Sports app (for iOS or for Android) on streaming boxes including the Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Xbox and smart TVs. To watch the game on your phone, you can use the NFL Mobile app or Yahoo Sports app.

Any watch party suggestions? Yes! If you're planning on hosting your own party with friends, head to the Tostitos website to create an epic, personalized invitation. Then, digitally send it out to all your football pals. 


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