If you’re traveling during the hours of the Super Bowl on Sunday, you might be in luck and not miss a minute of game time.

Some airlines will be airing the Super Bowl on their TVs, others, you’ll have to rely on Wi-Fi.

JetBlue, Frontier, and Continental will be showing the game.  However, it’s free on JetBlue; the other carriers will be charging $6.

If you’re not flying with the aforementioned airlines, the following have a Wi-Fi option; American, Delta, Southwest, United, US Airways and Virgin.  Wi-Fi services cost $4.95 to $12.95 depending on the duration of your flight.

Delta, US Airways, United and Virgin will tell you if Wi-Fi will be available for your flight before you book your trip.

Source: Bloomberg

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