So, you want to see the National Finals Rodeo and are not sure how you can. Watching the NFR this year is going to be super exciting and you really do not want to miss a thing. CBS Sports Network is broadcasting the live vent and they own the rights to all of the NFR action for ten days, therefore watching it anywhere is going to be difficult. We have ways that you and your family can watch the NFR live stream without any problems and without breaking the bank to watch.
The CBS Sports Network is available on many different platforms. You can watch CBS Sports Network on your Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more using live streaming TV services. You can use Hulu, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and more. We are going to break down each service for you, to give you an idea of what each has to offer.
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Hulu: Hulu is $44.99 per month for live TV and includes CBS Sports Network. You also get Hulu’s on-demand content and their original movies and series. They have another plan with limited commercials for $39.99.
PlayStation Vue: The PlayStation Vue is $49.99 per month for the Access package with CBS Sports Network. You will get CBS Sports Network and channels like ESPN. There is another package that is $44.99 per month for two months. This one has more sports channels.
FuboTV: fuboTV is one of the top-rated sports based streaming services. It costs $54.99 per month and includes a ton of channels. Fubo Tv offers CBS Sports Network and others like FS1 too.
YouTube TV: YouTube TV offers a subscription for $49.99 per month and they have the CBS Sports Network included in this package. If you need more than one account, that’s not a problem. With a paid subscription to YouTube TV, you can create up to 6 different profiles. You can set up a profile that is solely yours. There is also a way to record events and watch them later. They offer a free trial as well and several sports channels.
AT & T TV NOW: AT & T TV NOW was called DirecTV NOW, and once the companies merged, the name changed as of August 1, 2019. If you are looking for a service that has many of the regular channels, you’re in luck. AT & T NOW has a few packages, but the CBS Sports Network and ESPN are in the $70 per month. There is also a basic package that has more than 65 channels. It is $35 per month and a great deal. They offer a free 7-day trial, you may not get everyday of the NFR live, but you will get 7 days of it with the trial. You might end up really liking what options they have for channels.
The NFR is coming in December, and it may be difficult to watch, however, if you have one of these streaming services, you’ll be able to watch on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, and more.
This is Shelby Brunette a barrel racer who works at The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA). She has been riding horses for the last 15 years and she loves rodeo as well as horses. Based on his experiences with rodeo she is sharing his opinion about National Finals Rodeo (NFR) so that Wrangler NFR fans can get date, time, tickets, results, TV schedule & updates. Find him on twitter here. Happy reading!