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Leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII, Xfinity TV and the NFL Network are bringing viewers the best pre-game experience and the most Super Bowl coverage.

Xfinity TV customers can watch 30-minute recaps of every Super Bowl with Xfinity On Demand. Online, Xfinity TV has the latest headlines, hottest TV specials and features on star players online on the Super Bowl microsite. From fan videos boasting their super predictions, to feature pieces on what the big game brings to New York and New Jersey, the Super Bowl microsite is the best place to get pumped up before Sunday.

On Saturday night before the Super Bowl, the NFL will salute its best from the 2013 season. Fans can tune in to the Red Carpet Show on NFL Network, beginning at 5:00 p.m. MT, followed by the NFL Honors Awards Show hosted by Alec Baldwin on Fox at 6:00 p.m. MT. Plus, go to xfinity.com/superbowl during NFL Honors to get exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews with NFL players, coaches and legends – straight from the XFINITY® Couch.

Xfinity TV guarantees the best seat for every Super Bowl and this year, fans can win a chance to be part of the excitement in Arizona in 2015 with The NFL Honors Awards Sweepstakes at xfinity.com/nflhonors. Viewers who enter now will also have a chance to predict the winners of this year’s game with the NFL Honors Awards Ballot.

From providing recaps of every Super Bowl on Xfinity On Demand, to hosting our NFL Honors sweepstakes winners in New York City, all the way to delivering the game in stunning HD; Xfinity is proud to give fans the “best seat in the house” for every Super Bowl. Follow @XFINITYSports on Twitter for more details leading up to the game.

The 2014 Super Bowl kicks off on Sunday, February 2 at 4:25 p.m. MT on Fox Channel 2 and KASA-HD Channel 213 in New Mexico.

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