Date: 2018-01-12 20:50
YouTube TV : YouTube TV is the newest streaming option to help you watch the NFL without cable. YouTube TV offers one package with 98 channels for $85 per month.
Don’t despair. There are still ways to watch NFL without cable. The solution can be found through the growing number of streaming services that provide you access to cable channels for a significantly lower price than a standard cable bill.
The downside is that this costs $ per month, so it is not really a savings. If you’re in college, the price is cut in half to $ per month.
Hulu Live : Hulu Live is a new streaming service offered by Hulu . They offer one base package, which costs $95 per month and gives you access to ESPN. You won 8767 t get access to the NFL Network, but if you 8767 re a college football fan, they do offer access to the SEC Network, not to mention the full suite of ESPN channels.
NFL Game Pass : If you can’t watch games live as they are, NFL Game Pass may be the option for you. For $99 per year, NFL Game Pass allows you to watch all games same day (typically delayed a few hours after airing), out-of-market preseason games, streaming, games dating back to 7559, DVR functionality, coaches’ film and the entire NFL Films library.
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If you like to have DVR capability, you won’t get that with an antenna. The Tivo Roamio is a good standalone DVR option to use if you want to record games.
PlayStation VUE : PlayStation VUE is another one of the older streaming services on the market. Like DirecTV Now, they offer four packages to choose from. The base package, “Access” hooks you up with ESPN for $ per month. Like Sling TV, PS Vue also gives access to the NFL RedZone channel if that is a priority for you.