Watch the 2023 Rugby World Cup Final on DStv for R20

  • DStv Stream is offering a limited-time deal to subscribe to its platform for R19.95.
  • This subscription will allow users to stream the 2023 Rugby World Cup finals between South Africa and New Zealand.
  • Users in South Africa can also catch the game for free on SABC 2.

Capitalising on the enormous interest around the final game of the 2023 Rugby World Cup between South Africa and New Zealand, MultiChoice is offering a limited-time discount for a subscription to DStv Stream.

From 27th October 2023 until 28th October 2023 at 23:00, DStv is offering a DStv Stream subscription at 80 percent off for R19.95. Once subscribed, users get the full catalogue of DStv Stream which includes SuperSport and the Rugby World Cup final.

This deal is not just a good chance to watch the highly anticipated clash between rugby’s greatest nations in HD, but also a way to get a general subscription for the service. DStv says that the R19.95 price will get users one month after which the normal R99.00 price will be applied every consecutive month.

Also included is a Mobile Extra stream, meaning another person on a mobile device located in the same home can stream at the same time as the primary users. So two people can watch the finals at the same time in different rooms.

The final game of the World Cup will also be streamed on SABC+ and otherwise, it will be broadcast for free on SABC 2, which is included in regular DStv package.

There is another free way to stream the Rugby World Cup final, which involves UK broadcaster ITV and the usage of a VPN. This method involves accessing ITVX using a VPN which is set to a UK IP address. This will allow you to watch the game for free as this streaming service is at no charge for UK residents.

We do not recommend South Africans use this method, however, even though its free, safe and honestly has no drawbacks, because SuperSport wishes that locals instead watch broadcasts of the Rugby World Cup through its channels.

The final match of the 2023 Rugby World Cup will start at 21:00 South African time, and with an abundance of different ways to watch the game, chances are it could be the biggest final ever. It will also be the first time that the Springboks and All Blacks have faced off in the finals for the Webb Ellis Cup since 1995, when the Bokke won the game in what has become a legendary series of events.

To check out the new streaming deal from DStv, click here.

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