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Would you attend AMC Theaters for a NFL broadcast if it was available in your city?

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AMC Theaters is streaming select NFL Sunday Ticket games in roughly 40 theaters covering 25 markets this season.

There's one game offered per week, per location, and games vary by location. (Games will not be a local affiliate broadcast.) Tickets are free, but it appears that you have to be an AMC Stubs loyalty program member and purchase a $10 Food & Beverage gift card.

Here's a list of participating theaters. (Scroll to the bottom of the page for the list.)
 

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AMC: Catch Pro Football Games on Our Big Screens does not mention "streaming".

One out of market game per theater per week. It would need to be a big game not carried locally to attract attendees.
The bar use of Sunday Ticket is usually to show multiple games (including what is received from in market stations).
This seems like a very narrow use case. The best matchup not on TV?
 
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I'd pulled it from The Streamable's link, and hadn't read fully into the AMC site, other than the list of locations. If the use of "streaming" is a concern, feel free to move this to the DIRECTV thread, instead. FWIW, it doesn't mention that it's being broadcast via satellite means, either. So I'm either right or wrong. Just passing along some interesting information, regarding NFL Sunday Ticket.
 
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