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Sunday Ticket reaches out to new customers

July 18, 2014 - Chris Pugh
The NFL is making its Sunday Ticket package available to more customers without having to order a satellite dish.

But there is a catch.

DirectTV just announced that it will offer the all-access Sunday NFL football package to online, smartphone and tablet viewers for $199, as long as they don't believe you can easily order a dish yourself.

That means if you live in an apartment, you're good. If you live in a house, you may not be.

Click here to see if your address works.

For example, I live in a home in Girard and I'm not eligible.

Other qualifying packages include access to Sunday Ticket through game systems for $249, while the main package is $329.

DirectTV's move is in the right direction, but the provider could have went much further to open up access to Sunday Ticket without requiring a satellite dish



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