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You miss only the shots you don’t take — and the games you don’t watch. Since skinny bundles let you stream your favorite live TV channels wherever you are, there’s no excuse to miss a match ever again. You’re probably used to streaming on-demand content by now — think Netflix, Hulu, and Disney Plus. Now imagine you can use a similar service but stream your favorite live TV channels, including NBC Sports. Skinny bundles let you do exactly that, and we’re here to tell you which ones offer NBC Sports without a cable subscription.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream NBCSN:
  Price Channels Free Trial  
$7.99 - $82.99 85+ 30 days Watch Now
$69.99 - $159.99 140+ 5 days Watch Now
$74.99 - $94.99 220+ 7 days Watch Now

How to Watch CBS Sports Without Cable

Skinny bundles, or streaming services, get their name from their channel offerings. Instead of giving you hundreds of channels you’ll never touch, a skinny bundle gives you a narrower list but is more representative of the content you actually watch. Turns out that sometimes less is more! Now’s the time to cut those cable cords and start saving money with skinny bundles. You can watch NBC Sports using any of the following streaming services:

Can I Watch NBC Sports on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

The other benefit of skinny bundles is that you can take them on the go with you. You can use your laptop, cell phone, or other compatible devices to stream NBC Sports. More specifically, you can use Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, iOS/Android, and your web browser.

Most Popular Shows on NBC Sports

NBC Sports offers more than meets the eye. Most of its programming is related to sports, but there is plenty of variety from show to show. Let us tell you about some of our favorites:

  • “B1G Talk”
  • “Pro Football Talk Live”
  • “The Lowe Down”
  • “Brother From Another”
  • “Football Night in America”

More to Stream for Fans of NBC Sports

NBC Sports is where you watch a variety of sports, from football to soccer to car racing — and everything in between. But if what you’re after is more specific, then we have some channels that may be a better fit.

MLB Network is your go-to for all things baseball. As you can imagine, the channel offers all the major games, as well as passionate commentary from personalities such as Yonder Alonso, Scott Braun, and Mark DeRosa. Learn how to watch MLB without cable.

If baseball isn’t your thing and you’d rather watch basketball, then we recommend NBA TV. The channel is the basketball equivalent of MLB Network, and you can also watch NBA TV without cable.

20 thoughts on “How to Watch NBC Sports Without Cable in 2024

  1. Greg says:

    I think I just found my way to watch the Tour de France on NBCSN. Sling TV for 1 month in July, although I will have to look at the PlayStation Vue option if Sling does not offer a DVR option. It will kill me if I have to sit through all the commercials.

  2. Hamilton says:

    I can not watch NASCAR on NBC Sports using PlayStation Vue. I would like to know why?

  3. John Berninger says:

    I am using NBC Sports Gold, which is a stand alone app. You pick a sport such as cycling, rugby, or track and field, and pay for only that sport. The cycling pass includes many races that are not available on the regular NBC Sports network channel. There are no commercials.

  4. Gene says:

    I have a Roku Express connected to my HD TV. How do I watch NBC Sports without a cable or satellite provider? Would Apple TV work? I’m open to any ideas!

    1. says:

      Gene, you can watch NBC Sports on your Roku Express using one of the services listed above. All of them have Roku channels.

  5. GB says:

    How can you say you’re “cordcutting” or “getting a channel free” when you have to have cable or satellite and STILL pay up to $100 to get standard channels that you get with cable/satellite??? I cancelled my satellite Directtv because I was fed up with paying a ridiculous amount for tv with excessive commercials AND lousy service and equipment. Everyone of these channels with tons of commercials should be aired/streamed for free like ALL tv used to be. The original pay tv services (ON and Select Tv) had no commercials because you were paying a fee for the service. Now we pay and still get too many commercials AND get lousy service as well. I have a Roku Ultra and I have to say the equipment/remote leaves something to be desired (Little things like current time and date or being able to search for other programs while still watching the current program, etc.) I also think it’s completely disingenuous to claim you’re getting tbs or NBCsports etc. “free”. Having to pay Hulu (which used to be free) or Sling or whoever) to get the so called “free” channels is just a lie. In addition, you never mention the quality/user friendliness of the Roku etc. equipment or the customer service from each streaming provider (Roku is HORRIBLE by the way. I have found it is impossible to even get a live person in the USA with Roku even if you call the corporate office.), If you choose to have any channels, other than the truly free ones, or you want to watch sports or the major networks, you still end up paying too much. You can’t even listen to a sports radio broadcast over the internet anymore without having to pay for it (on top of the commercials). It really boils down to excessive greed on the part of the networks and sports teams/athletes. Personally, I refuse to pay to watch a bunch of over payed whiner athletes that won’t even respect the flag of the country that’s enabling them to become multi-millionaires playing a game. Since I live too far from over the air signal, the only free tv for me are a few channels that truly are free on Roku and my DVD collection. Guess I just need to read more.

    1. Stan says:

      Switch to t-mobile phone. MLB is free for year. TV & broadcast

    2. Matt says:

      I don’t even know where to begin as far as how wrong you are and some things. Put a little more effort into things and you will have in abundance of channels for free with the roku. Better yet ditch the Roku spent 35 box on a firestick and you’ll have even more.

    3. JR says:

      You can download the nbcsports app on roku and watch for free as long as you watch it live. If you want to use the on demand function you have to pay for gold. I hate it myself as I have no way to dvr say motocross, but not having a 180 cable bill is worth being home to watch it live if I want.

      1. Joan Steinman says:

        I tried that, but it didn’t work. It seems that I still need to have a provider that I pay for — other than just Roku.

        1. Anonymous says:

          Totally agree. NBC SN doesn’t work even after downloading with Roku TV. You still need to confirm access code via a subscription channel provider.

        2. Larry Flores says:

          good info thank you

    4. Anonymous says:

      Couldn’t have been said any better!

  6. Yadira says:

    Can’t seem to get MotoGp without paying for a network provider since they are not part of the Gold package

  7. Anonymous says:

    hulu doesn’t have nbc sports. It’s a separate service for $60 big ones per month

  8. RJPS says:

    GB, above, was right. “Cordcutting” means rejection of the bundling business model, not just moving cable services to the internet. NBC Sports is only available in a pricey bundle and should not be listed on this website. Or, the website should surrender the moniker “Cordcutting,” as, if you’re only taking that literally, you don’t understand what the term means.

    1. Doug says:

      Amen. And I have to pay $80/mo to Comcast for the cord the internet comes through….

  9. Doug says:

    Update your site. Sling just lost NBC Sports, effective 4/1/21.

  10. Eric Singleton says:

    The best option for watching NBCSN and other Top sports channels is “BCE Premium TV”. Their prices are so reasonable I highly recommend it.

    1. Rehan says:

      They are scam. Half of their channels doesnt work. They are just a streaming website. There are other free streaming websites out there where you can get the same service like BCE for free. Half of the BCE channels keeps buffering when you try to watch any game or try to cast it to tv. They have no app to stream matches. And they show $20 for a month and charge you $30.

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