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.
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.
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.
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.