Ditching cable TV can be a bit scary, but the good news is you can still access many of your favorite shows and networks. Recently we have been hearing from a lot of readers asking how they can watch NBC Sports Network. Whether it be to watch the Notre Dame football pre-game show or catch the Tour de France, increasingly NBCSN has many great events to catch.
The good news is NBC Sports Network is easy to watch without the need for a two-year contract with cable TV.
Here is how you can watch NBC Sports Network without paying for cable TV:
Every major live TV streaming service currently offers NBC Sports Network including Hulu, Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue. The best part is they all offer a free trial to test out the service.
If you are looking for the least expensive option, here is our recommendation:
Sling TV is the least expensive option at just $25 a month to access NBC Sports Network. This not only includes NBCSN but 40+ other channels.
The best part is you can try out Sling TV for 7 days for FREE.
If you are a Hulu subscriber, you may want to check out Hulu’s new live TV streaming service. For an extra $32 a month you can add Hulu’s Live TV service including NBCSN to you Hulu account.
You can try out Hulu HERE.
If you are an AT&T Unlimited Customer you can get DIRECTV NOW with NBCSN and 60+ other channels for just $10 a month.
DIRECTV NOW offers a 7-day free trial allowing you to test out DIRECTV NOW before you pay.
My suggestion is to look into each service and see which one is the best fit for you.
Looking for other channels? You can find our full live TV service breakdown HERE.
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