9 Best Ways to Watch Las Vegas NFR Without Cable

On December 5th, the National Finals Rodeo event will be in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Thomas & Mack Center. Fans and spectators from all over the world will be present to see some of the most exciting sporting events ever. If you cannot make it to the Las Vegas NFR, you still want to watch the live broadcast nightly. We have ways that you can, without having a cable subscription.

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Ways to Watch Las Vegas NFR

Top 9 Best Ways to Watch Las Vegas NFR

Here are 9 ways that you can watch the live broadcasts of the National Finals Rodeo this year. None of which, require a cable subscription. This guide will show you what your options are for watching the NFR and CBS live.

An HDTV Antenna

This is by far, the cheapest and easiest way to watch CBS and the National Finals Rodeo without Cable TV. However, antennas do not work out for everyone. May not be available in the area.

NFR Pass

The NFR Pass gives you the ability to watch the NFR and other events, highlights, news, and more.  There is an annual subscription of $79.99 for a limited time and you will be all set to watch this year’s NFR and the amazing performances live for ten days.

247 TV Stream

Another streaming sports platform is 247 TV Stream. You can watch the NFR on this platform as well. You get over 200 channels, it is a web-based platform, and you can stream at any location available. This platform also gives you all of the pay-per-view events each year. If you subscribe for a year, the cost is about $6.00 per month. CBS is supported on this platform.

Sling TV

CBS doesn’t have a deal with Sling TV as of yet. The platforms with agreements are DirecTV NOW, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and the PlayStation Vue. Only allowed to stream on one device, but you can change your bundle to get three at a time if needed.

Hulu with Live TV

Hulu with live TV is for someone who loves sports and ESPN, Big Ten Network, and entertainment channels. You will receive over 60 channels, over 50 hours of Cloud DVR and unlimited access to Hulu’s on-demand library.  

CBS All Access

This option is the second cheapest of all. You can get CBS All Access for only $5.99 per month. You will get CBS streaming live, and its in over 200 markets. You’ll get on-demand shows the day after it airs, its really a great deal, and there is a free 7-day trial offered.

AT & T NOW (formerly DirecTV Now)

At & T NOW gives you the ability to live stream the NFR from your smartphone, Roku, Apple TV, and many other devices. The only app unavailable is Android TV. The NFR and CBS Sports Network are available as a part of any of the packages with AT & T NOW/DirecTV NOW.

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue lets you live stream CBS in certain areas. This is the Access bundle and its $45 per month. You get over 48 channels and limitless Cloud DVR. There is a 5-day free trial available.  

Fubo

fuboTV offers CBS and CBS Sports Network as part of the over 70 channels bundle. Fubo TV is a sports-related platform. There is a free 7-day trial offered and you can cancel at any time.

Last Words

The National Finals Rodeo starts on December 5th and the last day is the 14th. If you are interested in this event, but cannot go to Las Vegas, watching it on a streaming platform is the best idea for you. The shows may sellout as they have in the past. At least with watching on TV, you can relax in the privacy of your own home.

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