How to Watch the Dallas Cowboys 2023–2024

How can you watch your Boys this weekend? We gotchu.

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Chantel Buchi
Jan 25, 2024
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Where can I watch the Dallas Cowboys game tonight?

The New York Jets visit the Dallas Cowboys in Week 2 at 3:25 p.m. (CDT). Most of the US can watch it on CBS unless you live in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and nearby. If you live in these areas, you will need NFL Sunday Ticket to watch this matchup. 

You don't want to miss out on watching Deuce Vaughn's debut, Dak Prescott lead his team to another 12-5 season, or CeeDee Lamb rack up the points for your Fantasy team. 

You can catch the Dallas Cowboys on ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and the best ways to watch these channels are on fuboTV, DISH TV, Xfinity TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV.

You'll also want Amazon Prime Video for the Thursday Night Football game in Week 13 when the Seattle Seahawks visit. 

Cowboys fans won't necessarily need NFL Sunday Ticket this 2023 season as most games will be nationally broadcasted. If you can't imagine missing four or so Dallas games, take a look at our Ticket section below.

When do the Dallas Cowboys play?

Feast your eyes on the schedule. Make sure you find a Dak Prescott and Tony Pollard replacement for your Fantasy Football team in Week 7.

The Dallas Cowboys 2023 schedule
Time (CDT)
TV channel
1Sun, Sept 10 @ N.Y. Giants 7:20 p.m. NBC
2Sun, Sept 17 vs. N.Y. Jets3:25 p.m. CBS
3 Sun, Sept 24 @ Arizona3:25 p.m. FOX
4Sun, Oct 1vs. New England 3:25 p.m. FOX
5 Sun, Oct 8 @ San Francisco7:20 p.m. NBC
6Mon, Oct 16 @ L.A. Chargers 7:15 p.m.ABC/ESPN
8 Sun, Oct 29 vs. L.A. Rams12:00 p.m. FOX
9 Sun, Nov 5 @ Philadelphia3:25 p.m.FOX
10 Sun, Nov 12 vs. N.Y. Giants3:25 p.m. FOX
11Sun, Nov 19 @ Carolina 12:00 p.m. FOX
12Thur, Nov 23 vs. Washington3:30 p.m. CBS
13Thur, Nov 30 vs. Seattle7:15 p.m.Prime Video
14Sun, Dec 10 vs. Philadelphia7:20 p.m. NBC
15Sun, Dec 17 @ Buffalo3:25 p.m. FOX
16 Sat, Dec 24 vs. Philadelphia3:25 p.m. FOX
17Sat, Dec 30 vs. Detroit7:15 p.m. Prime Video
18TBD@ WashingtonTBDTBD

Where can I watch the Dallas Cowboys play live?

During the 2023 regular season, the Dallas Cowboys will be playing on ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and Amazon Prime Video. You can get the live TV channels on fuboTV, DISH TV, Xfinity TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV.

So whether you're in Texas out of the region we have suggestions on how you can watch your Boys take on the competition all season long.

Thanks to these providers and services, you'll still be able to yell at and cheer on Dallas from across the country. Gotta keep the Boys in check, we understand.

How can I watch the Dallas Cowboys play?
Monthly price*
TV channel count
Xfinity TVCable$20-$68.5*10-185
DISH TVSatellite$84.99-$114.99190-290
Hulu + Live TVStreaming$69.99-$89.9985
YouTube TVStreaming$72.99/mo.100
Data as of 04/05/2023. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
* Pricing for some packages are for the first 12 months. Some packages require a 1-year contract.
All offers require credit qualification, 2-year commitment with early termination fee and eAutoPay.

YouTube TV has all of the channels Cowboys fans need

YouTube TV has all five channels that you need to watch your Cowboys: ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC.

Not only does YouTube TV give you that sweet simplicity, but it's also one of the few services that offer the NFL RedZone Channel.

But if you're a diehard Cowboys fan and you can't miss four Dallas games that won't nationally broadcast, this is the service you need. YouTube TV is home to NFL Sunday Ticket starting this 2023 season, which gives you access to all out-of-market games.

The NFL Sunday Ticket add-on is $349 a season or you can add NFL RedZone Channel for $389 and you'll get to see every moment a team is in the red zone during the Sunday morning and afternoon games. 

Don't forget these prices include your YouTube TV subscription, but if you're only interested in NFL Sunday Ticket or the NFL RedZone Channel, you can purchase the bundle without subscribing to YouTube TV.

NFL Sunday Ticket + YouTube TV$349/season or $50 off today
NFL Sunday Ticket + NFL RedZone Channel + YouTube TV$389/season or $50 off today
NFL Sunday Ticket without YouTube TV$449/season or $50 off today
NFL Sunday Ticket + NFL RedZone Channel without YouTube TV$489/season or $50 off today
NFL Sunday Ticket with Student Discount$109–$119/season
Data as of 04/20/2023. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

If you want to know more about YouTube TV and the other sports channels in its lineup, head on over to our full review.

fuboTV is our No.1 pick for sports channels

fuboTV has the five channels Cowboys fans will want this season, and it also offer the NFL RedZone Channel.

The RedZone Channel is perfect for the fantasy football player because you can watch Dak making those crisp passes, Travis Kelce catching a pass for a touchdown, or Derrick Henry plowing through the defenders.

Why is it in the second spot? Honestly, it ties with YouTube TV. But you have to decide what you'd like more: most of the popular channels with YouTube TV for $73 per month or 50 sports channels among 200+ channels with fuboTV for $90.

If you like to watch your fantasy team in real-time, find more information on fuboTV and the Sports Plus add-on in our fuboTV review.

DISH is the best satellite TV option for Cowboys games

DISH's America's Top 120 plan will let you watch your Boys most weeks of the season.

With this $85 per month package, you'll get ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, along with 190 other channels.

You just have to decide if you want a live TV streaming service that you can watch games on your streaming device, smartphone, or tablet. Or if you want satellite TV and about double the channels, go with DISH (if you were to upgrade to the higher TV packages).

DISH is also the best TV service for college sports fans

Check out our DISH review if you think this might be the service you'd like to watch most of your Cowboys games with.

If you're a Cowboys fan and you want cable, go with Xfinity TV

Xfinity's $50 entry-level package, Popular TV, give the Dallas Cowboys fans all five channels.

Xfinity TV's starter plan nets you about nine sports channels, which isn't a lot. But you can upgrade to the Ultimate TV package ($70/month) and receive 23 sports channels and 60 more channels in total.

And we like how you can get nine more sports channels with its More Sports & Entertainment add-on, including the NFL RedZone Channel.

Check out our Xfinity TV review if you're considering a cable TV provider. It's also our number one choice for cable TV overall.

Hulu + Live TV also has the mighty five

How can I watch my home team when I'm out of the region?

Another service with all five channels for your Cowboys game-watching parties is Hulu + Live TV.

For $17 more than YouTube TV, a Hulu Live subscription includes a subscription to ESPN+ and Disney+, as well. If you don't mind ads, though, you can get the cheapest Hulu plan at $77/month.

If you decide to go with a streaming service, like Hulu, you'll need a good internet connection to go with it. If you live in the Dallas area, Spectrum internet can get you fast enough download speeds for a clear streaming picture. If you live in Texas, but outside the Dallas area, you can get fast internet with providers like AT&T.

We have three suggestions. That's right, three: NFL Sunday Ticket, NFL RedZone Channel, and Amazon Prime Video.

If you're a hardcore Dallas Cowboys fan that is willing to pay $350 for four games that won't nationally broadcast, take a look at Sunday Ticket. But 13 of 17 Dallas games will be nationally televised and I'd suggest the NFL RedZone for those other four Sundays instead.

But keep in mind, they all have their caveats.

NFL Sunday Ticket

NFL Sunday Ticket is available only with YouTube TV. And it's the only service that gets you all out-of-market NFL games. Sounds dreamy, right?

It costs $350–$390 for the season, which adds up to $20–$23 per week to have access to the full Sunday game (but beware of blackouts). 

You just have to be OK without MLB Network or the Tennis Channel. However, it could be worth it if you're a Dallas Cowboys fan but live in Salt Lake City.

Find more information on this subscription in our NFL RedZone Channel vs. NFL Sunday Ticket review.

NFL RedZone Channel

We have already mentioned NFL RedZone Channel enough, but don't forget, it's an option. The only downside is that you don't get to see the full game, but you do get to see the highlights in real-time. 

So not only will you be able to watch your Cowboys while they're in the redzone, you'll also get to see great plays by Dak and touchdowns from other games happening during the morning and afternoon Sunday games, as well. 

If you're a Fantasy Football player, we guarantee you'll want this channel.

Amazon Prime Video

And lastly, the Dallas Cowboys play one Thursday game this season (besides Thanksgiving Day), and Amazon Prime Video has got you covered.

You certainly can't miss the Week 13 game against the young, possible-SB-contender Seattle Seahawks, so don't forget to grab this service to see if the Cowboys defy the odds of winning.

Recap: What's the best way to watch the Dallas Cowboys?

If you want to stream the Cowboys games, there are three services to choose from:

  • YouTube TV: For $73/month, you can get all of the channels NFL games will be airing on: ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC among an 85-channel lineup. Not to mention NFL Sunday Ticket, which will get you all NFL games.
  • fuboTV: Get the five channels with fuboTV's Pro package which includes 180+ channels for $80/month, or get 250+ channels for $10 more with the Elite plan.
  • Hulu + Live TV: You can get ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC in its 85-channel lineup for $77–$90/month along with Disney+ and ESPN+.

If you want a traditional TV experience, we recommend these two services:

  • DISH TV: You'll get ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC for $85/month with DISH's America's Top 120 plan with 190 channels.
  • Xfinity TV: Xfinity also has all five channels and 125 channels more for $50 per month or 185 channels for $70.
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Cowboys fans don't need NFL Sunday Ticket as 13 of Dallas's 17 games will nationally broadcast on live television. If you can't miss four Cowboys games, grab Sunday Ticket for $350. But I'd suggest ordering the NFL RedZone Channel for $10 to see the highlights in real-time.

Chantel Buchi
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Chantel Buchi
Chantel is all about finding the best tv or streaming service to watch as many football games as possible to keep her Fantasy Football team in check. Prior to being a TV and Streaming Tech Reporter for, she worked for NFL Network and The Alliance of American Football. Before that, she received a B.A. of Communication at the University of Utah and an M.S. in Sports Journalism at USC. Go Utes and Fight On. Contact her at

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