Regional Fox Sports Networks are some of the channels we get asked about most often. Many cord cutters want to ditch high monthly pay-TV bills but still have access to local Fox Sports Networks.
The good news is today it is easier than ever to watch Fox Sports Networks without paying for traditional pay TV. These ways are perfect especially for NBA and MLB fans whose teams air their games on regional Fox Sports Networks.
So here is our quick guide to watching Fox Sports Networks without cable TV.
Sling TV is the least expensive way to access to your Fox Sports Go channel. Starting at $25 a month with its Sling Blue package you will get more than 40 channels. Not only do you get your local Fox Sports Network but you also get FS1, FS2, NBCSN, and many other great channels.
You can also add on the Sports Extra package that will give you the NBA channel, Golf Channel, Pac-12 Networks, NHL Network, and more. (Make sure to check to see if you live in a market that offers the channel you want before you pay.)
With the Sling Blue package you get three streams at once. Sling TV also offers a 7-day free trial to test it out.
Starting at just $30 a month (in some markets $40) you will get your regional Fox Sports Network and a ton of other channels. You will also get access to the Fox Sports Go app to access your Fox Sports games outside of your house.
PlayStation Vue allows five streams at once but limits them to inside your house. You can use apps such as Fox Sports Go to watch the game outside of your house. PlayStation Vue also offers a 7-day free trial.
The newest option is DIRECTV NOW, which starts at $35 a month, and you get your local sports network and a ton of other networks such as FS1 and ESPN.
DIRECTV NOW also offers a 7-day free trial to test it before you pay for it. You can also use DIRECTV NOW to watch two games at once.
All of these services offer something different for everyone. My suggestion is to give the free trials a go and see what is the best fit for you.
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