There’s No Place Like Home: NFL RedZone & PA Betting Apps Bring the Sportsbook to You

Posted on September 24, 2020 - Last Updated on October 26, 2020

It’s perhaps the greatest show in sports. 

Football on steroids. A broadcast that often fills your television with games in every corner and action all across the screen. 

A team passes toward the goal line in the top left. Another one rushes toward the pylon on the right. And a kicker lines up for a field goal below them both.

This is the magic of the NFL’s RedZone Channel. Some fans already know it well. And for sports bettors, it’s a gift that arrives every Sunday, a command center that can keep you informed on all your bets.

If you haven’t watched it yet, there are still 15 weeks left in the NFL’s regular season — plenty of time to get in the game. Let’s take a quick look at the NFL RedZone package and how it might help with all of your NFL wagers in Pennsylvania.

NFL RedZone is available on many different providers

Football fans can get into the NFL’s RedZone Channel with a number of different cable and TV providers. The nine major outlets with the RedZone package are below, including YouTube TV, which was just added this season.

  • YouTube TV
  • Spectrum
  • FiOs
  • Fubo
  • Optimum
  • Cox
  • Xfinity
  • Dish
  • Sling

Viewers can also get RedZone through the NFL Network’s mobile app, and there are other providers beyond the list above as well.

This page provides a good overview of the RedZone package, which features seven hours of commercial-free coverage every Sunday, along with a promise to cover every touchdown of every game and the ability to broadcast up to eight games at once.

Who needs Vegas when you have PA betting apps and RedZone?

In the old days, you may have needed a cross-country flight to Las Vegas to capture the same excitement on an average Sunday. But now, after the recent launch of Barstool Sportsbook, Pennsylvania has 10 online sportsbooks. They are:

And with the RedZone package, you don’t need a sportsbook to see all the games in one place. They are available right in your living room.

It’s a perfect product for anyone following a bet, a fantasy team or daily fantasy players on DraftKings and FanDuel.

Watch all the games. See all your players. Track all the scores. 

But the benefits don’t end there. 

Sportsbook competition should provide perks all season long

With all those Pennsylvania sportsbooks competing for your business, you can expect a healthy mix of promotions and wagering options every weekend. 

Bettors are wise to comparison shop for those promotions, betting lines and offerings because there are bound to be some differences among the sportsbooks. And those differences can provide a much better bottom line.

But that’s not all.

Missed the kickoff? Live betting keeps you in the game

The other game-changer on football Sundays is live betting. Players can wager on games anytime, even after they start. Pricing changes on almost every play.

And paired with the RedZone, it becomes a potent mix. Each time a team gets close to the endzone, the betting action intensifies. 

Can they score? Will they cover? Will they win?

It’s all available on a live bet, with an answer that will arrive in minutes.

And there may be another game happening right next to it with another wager hanging in the balance.

NFL RedZone a must-have for sports bettors

Many people already know it well. It’s the RedZone and NFL betting and action, action, action, everywhere you look.

It’s football on steroids. Perhaps the greatest show in all of sports.

And you might not want to miss it. 

Lead image credit: AP Photo/Michael Perez

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Nathan Frederick is an award-winning writer with more than 1,000 published bylines and two decades of journalism experience. His work has won awards from the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Journalists, the Keystone Press Association, and the Associated Press Sports Editors. He has also authored three books, one of which debuted as an Amazon No. 1 New Release.

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