If you don’t have a cable subscription, it can be hard to find a way to be a spectator of the 2018 Winter Olympics from the other side of the world. Since the Winter Olympics only happen every four years, you have to wait a while if you miss out on the fun from this February 9th-February 25th. Here are four ways to watch for cheap or free so that you can cheer on Team USA from your couch.
1. DirectTV Now
DirectTV Now is $35/month for their subscription, which you can cancel at any time, or $10/month if you’re a AT&T Unlimited Subscriber. If cheap isn’t free enough for you, there’s a free 7-day trial. Be sure to set a reminder for yourself to cancel once the 7 days are up, or else you’ll be auto-billed for the next month.
2. YouTube TV
Possibly the best option on this list, YouTube TV is $35/month, but they offer a 1-month free trial. You receive 6 accounts when you sign up, so you and other members in your household can share. You can cancel at any time without any fees.
3. Sling TV
Sling TV has services starting at $20/month. But, they also have a free 7-day trial. Note when you sign up, because Sling won’t refund you for a partial month if you forget to cancel before your trial period is up.
Although plans start at $39.99/month if you want the Live TV option, you can get a free 7-day trial. If you want to buy a plan for a month, you can cancel at any time. Check the website for details.