Use a digital antenna
This requires a bit of foresight, as you'll have to purchase a physical object and set it up in your home prior to game time -- but it's totally worth it. Indoor antennas are actually pretty cheap nowadays, and setting one up is as simple as plugging it into the TV and positioning it near a window. And better yet, there are sites that'll show you the right direction to point your antenna for the various stations you're trying to pick up.
Of course, this tip's only useful if you already have a TV -- if not, you'll have to buy one! Just make sure you get it from somewhere with a solid return policy, and you're golden.
Basically, you've got no excuse
The above three methods have you covered on mobile, computer, and broadcast TV, so the only acceptable reason to not watch/stream the Super Bowl is if you're blind. Or an embittered Giants fan. Of course, you'll probably just end up watching the game at your friend Dylan's place, even though he insists on making veggie chili -- but it's nice to know you have options.
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Gianni Jaccoma is an editor for Thrillist, and he's making his own meat chili this year. Follow his bandwagon tweets @gjaccoma.