The 2024 Super Bowl featuring the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs will be broadcast in crystal clear 4K Ultra HD resolution.
The live broadcast from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas via CBS will include the main show, pre- and post-game events, and the Super Bowl halftime show, headlined by Usher.
To watch the Super Bowl 2024 in 4K online, streaming services like Fubo and YouTube TV offer convenient options.
Fubo, with its Elite Plan or better, provides a free seven-day trial and access to 4K content at a cost of $89.99 after the trial period.
YouTube TV's 4K Plus subscription, priced at $72.99 plus an additional $10 for 4K content, is another option, with the first year of 4K Plus being half-priced.
CBS will also stream the Super Bowl 2024 through its Paramount Plus app, but unfortunately, it will only be in 1080p HDR, not 4K.
To access the 4K broadcast, CBS's Multichannel Video Programming Distributors, such as DirectTV or Dish Network, are recommended, with different channels assigned for the 4K broadcast.
Users will need a 4K capable display or device to enjoy the Super Bowl in 4K, with options like Apple TV 4K and Amazon Fire TV Stick available.
Free trials associated with streaming services like Fubo and Paramount Plus can be utilized for those who prefer not to pay to experience Super Bowl 2024 in 4K.