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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Are you ready to Cut Cable but scared you’ll miss out on live sports and other favorite channels??  Don’t be fooled into thinking you have to stick with Cable to get live TV.  In reality you’ll have MORE channels if you cut the cable and switch to streaming!  Not to mention you’ll save a ton of money!!

No matter what you want to stream, there are tons of options with the 5 providers below.  Each is a flat rate monthly, with no taxes, hidden fees or contracts.  Plus they all offer free trials!

Tip: If you already streaming content, remember there is no contract so you can always switch providers for more channels or a lower price!!

Do keep in mind that whatever service you pick, you’re going to need an internet connection of at least 3 Mbps for 720p or 5-6 Mbps for HD 1080 p.

Streaming Devices

With any of these options, you’ll need a device to watch content on. Going super basic you could stream from your smart phone or laptop. If you want to watch it on your TV, here are some options:

Fire Stick (works with Alexa)
Amazon Fire TV Cube
Smart TV

They are each a little different, our personal favorite after trying almost all of them is definitely the Roku.

Tip: Before you buy a device, look at the services below.  A few of them offer a FREE streaming device when you pay for 3 months of their service!!

Streaming Providers

Many streaming providers seem to be the same when you just look at price, the real comparisons are when you look at channel line ups, number of screens allowed and other features.  Here’s a comparison of the top streaming providers:

Note: ALL of these providers are paid monthly.  There are no sign up fees, or cancelation fees, or extra taxes.  We only pay for service during college football season and then cancel after the bowl games until the next August.

Hulu with Live TV

Price: $64.99 per month

7 Day Free Trial

Hulu with Live TV is the best of both worlds in terms of content. You can watch things as they air but you will also have access full seasons of shows that have already aired as well as movies. You can record live TV starting with 50 hours of storage.

You can bundle with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $71.99 a month.

Sports Channels Included: CBS Sports Network, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN College, ESPN News, ESPN U, and ACC, BTN and SEC Network, Fox Sports, FS1, FS2, NBC Sports

YouTube TV

Cost: $64.99 per month 

14 Day Free Trial

You Tube TV allows you to stream live TV from 85+ networks plus local sports and news. You can have up to 6 accounts per household and can stream on 3 devices at a time.  There is also a Cloud DVR with no storage limits.

Sports Channels Included: CBS Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN News, ESPN U, MLB, NBA, NHL, HFL Networks,  and ACC, BTN, PAC12 and SEC Network, Fox Sports, FS1, FS2

Sling TV

Cost: $60 per month (Sling $45 Orange+Blue + $15 Sports Package)

3 Day Free Trial

Sling TV allows you to stream live TV. You will get different channels based on which package you get. To get all the sports channels the Youtube and Hulu offer you’ll need to get the additional $10 sports package.

Sports Channels Included: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN U, SEC, BTN, and ACC Network, NHL & NBA, MLB Network, NFL Network, NBC Sports, FS1, FS2


Fubo TV

Cost: $64.99 per month

7 Day Free Trial

The newest player in live streaming, FUBO TV is the most sports heavy of all the providers.  They offer all the top channels for college sports without needing add on packages.  Currently available anywhere in the US, Canada and Spain.  You can get local and national channels and use this with any streaming device.

Sports Channels Included: CBS Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN News, ESPN U, NBA TV, NFL Network, NHL Network, MLB Network ACC, Pac12, BTN, and SEC Network, Fox Sports, FS1, FS2

Noteworthy: They offer the most streaming content in 4K than any other provider.


AT&T TV (Formerly DirectTV Now)

Price: $69+ per month for PLUS

7 Day Free Trial

You can get 45+ channels with AT&T TV. There is no satellite or annual contract required. It includes DVR cloud access. In select markets, you can add on an NFL Sunday Ticket subscription if you have at least the $70 Direct TV Now package.

Included in $69 Plus: ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS!, NBC Sports

Included in $85 MAX: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN News, ESPN U, Fox, SEC, BTN and ACC Network, CBS Sports, FS1, FS2, Longhorn Network

My Pick

Hulu w/ Live  Sling TV AT&T TVNOW FUBO TV YouTube TV
Price (monthly) $64.99 $60 $69-$85 $64.99 $64.99
Channels 65+ 70+ 45-60+ 116+ 85+
DVR Yes $5 Extra Yes Yes Yes
On-Demand Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Simultaneous Streams 2 4 3 3 3

Each offers great service, and you’ll love that their are no contracts, taxes or hidden fees!  Pick based on the channels you need and prices.

They all offer free 3-7 day trials… if you want to get creative that would at least give you almost 5 weeks of free streaming!

See 13 free Roku Channels.

You really can cut cable and watch sports!  Football season is 6 weeks away, here is how to stream college football this year and not miss any games!