Last week the new streaming service from ESPN rolled out. This new service called ESPN+ gives you access to a ton of additional sporting content. Yet many people have been upset that it does not offer ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, etc. Many had hoped to use this service to replace their current cable TV bill.
There is good news though. ESPN offers streaming options for cord cutters just not through ESPN+. Think of ESPN+ as an add-on that gives you even more content.
ESPN is on almost every live TV streaming service: Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, Hulu, YouTube TV, DIRECTV NOW and others. Let’s take a look at some of the options.
If you want inexpensive, Sling TV has you covered. You can get ESPN and ESPN2 for just $20 a month. Want ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, and SEC Network? For an extra $5 a month, you can get their sports package for access to every ESPN network.
Sling TV offers a 7-day trial allowing you to test it out before you pay for it.
If you already pay for Hulu make sure to check out their new Hulu Live TV beta. They include ESPN and many other popular sports channels. If you already pay for Hulu, the live TV option is one you should check out.
YouTube TV starts at $40 a month and includes most of your favorite ESPN channels. You can sign up for YouTube TV here.
PlayStation Vue also starts at $40 a month, but if you want access to all of the ESPN networks they offer you will need their $45 a month Core plan.
If you have AT&T unlimited wireless you should check out DIRECTV NOW. For their Unlimited customers, DIRECTV NOW is just $20 a month making this an inexpensive way to get ESPN. No matter what package you want, AT&T Unlimited customers can get $15 off to help make it an even better deal.
DIRECTV NOW also offers a free 7-day trial.
Want a full break down of how to watch a long list of channels? Check out our channel guide HERE.
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