Cable cutters... how do you watch the races?

Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by Biggreen695, Jan 21, 2019.

  1. Charlie Spencer

    Charlie Spencer Short tracks and road courses rule.

    Thanks. Other than Sling and Vue, is there any easy way I can tell which services are legit and which aren't? Are the legitimate services any cheaper than sticking with cable / satellite?
     
  2. Brentford

    Brentford Team Owner

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cn...-live-tv-streaming-services-for-cord-cutters/

    You could always check this out. I think the 7 or so listed on here are probably all the legit services thus far. Whether they are cheaper or not is another story. Only way to decide is to compare channels, features and price.
     
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  3. DIDIT

    DIDIT Old School Fan

    OK you two, I have to be able to record any program I want. Does your setup allow this? I am sorry if it was answered in the previous 4 pages...
     
  4. dpkimmel2001

    dpkimmel2001 Team Owner

    For me, there's an option called TV catch-up. Every channel is recorded 24/7. You select the channel and time and then watch it. It's not a traditional DVR where you select what you want to record as everything already is being recorded. You simply choose what you want to watch off of any one of the recorded channels.
     
  5. AndyMarquisLive

    AndyMarquisLive Short Track Fanatic

    PlayStation Vue is the best out there, but I like YouTube TV. It's $40 (cheaper than Vue) and has everything I need.

    Between YouTube TV ($40), TikiLive ($5, for MAVTV), HBO ($15/month) and Netflix ($14/month), I'm paying less than I was for DirecTV.
     

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