Are you thinking of canceling YouTube TV? Is the new price of $72.99 a month too much for you? The good news is that we have a ton of options for you, including the ability to get everything you want for a fraction of the cost.
First, here are a few options if you don’t care about sports and just want access to programs.
Don’t care about sports?
You may want to consider ditching live TV altogether and go with a few on-demand-only services for a fraction of the cost. Right now, you can use Hulu, Disney+, Peacock, Paramount+, and HBO Max to replace most of what you watch on YouTube TV for a fraction of the cost.
The Disney+ & Hulu bundle costs just $9.99 and gives you access to everything the next day from ABC and FOX, plus a host of other cable networks.
Paramount+ costs just $9.99 a month, or if you prepay for a year, you can get it for $99.99 (This works out to be about $8.33 a month if you prepay.) With that, you get live access to CBS locals, a huge collection of original programs plus content from CBS and other Paramount-owned networks.
With Peacock, you can get access to NBC and NBCU programming for just $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year. (This works out to be about $4.16 a month if you prepay.) You also get access to Hallmark Channel content and a live feed of Reelz.
HBO Max starts off at just $9.99 a month, and it will give you access to a ton of Warner Bros. Discovery content. Soon it will even include all the Discovery+ content at its current price. You also get a huge collection of content that never airs on traditional cable networks.
In total, you can subscribe to Disney+, Hulu, Paramount+, Peacock, and HBO Max for just $32.47 a month if you prepay for the annual options. This bundle will not only give you more programming than YouTube TV will but will also save you $40.52 a month as long as you are not interested in sports.
Want live TV but not sports?
You could also switch over to Philo and get access to 70+ live channels, including one from Discovery, Warner Bros., and so many others. The best part is Philo starts at just $25 a month.
You can also look at Frndly TV it offers 40+ channels starting at just $5.99 a month.
So what if you want sports?
The good news is there are many great options for other streaming services if you want sports but don’t want YouTube TV. Here are just a few options.
FuboTV’s Pro plan for only $74.99/mo. The sports-oriented streaming service offers over 140 channels, 1000 hours of Cloud DVR space, and viewing up to 10 screens at home.
DIRECTV STREAM offers over 105 channels starting at only $74.99/mo., and unlimited cloud DVR storage so you can rewatch your favorite moments.
Sling TV starts at just $40 a month and includes 39 channels. Plus, you get access to three streams at once and 50 hours of DVR storage with the Blue package.
With Vidgo, you can get access to over 150 channels starting at just $64.95 a month.
Hulu + Live TV
For as low as $69.99/mo., subscribers to Hulu + Live TV have access to over 70 channels.