How to Watch the New York Mets Without Cable
New York Mets fans have four options for live streaming SNY without a cable TV subscription. Once you sign up online for service, you can start watching live TV without a cable subscription.
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Will SNY have all New York Mets games?
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu with Live TV streams SNY and about 74 other live TV channels.
Local FOX, TBS and ESPN are included in the channel lineup. A&E, Discovery Channel and HGTV are among the entertainment channels.
Subscribers get unlimited Cloud DVR to record games, and unlimited access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu’s on-demand library.
Hulu works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Apple TV and Android TV devices. There are mobile apps for iPhones and Android smartphones. And you can live stream all your channels on a PC or Mac, too.
Hulu + Live TV is the most economical choice if you already subscribe to Hulu’s on-demand service.
A Hulu + Live TV subscription costs $69.99, and now includes Disney+ and ESPN+. Check out what local and regional sports channels are available in your area.
fuboTV has 118 channels with a channel lineup that is similar to a cable TV package.
ESPN, HGTV, MSNBC, Golf Channel and Hallmark channels are part of the standard lineup. You will have local ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX stations.
fuboTV is the only live TV service that offers select sporting events and entertainment in 4K resolution.
There’s an on-demand library of movies and TV shows. fuboTV includes 250 hours of Cloud DVR. You can catch up on sporting events that aired in the last 72 hours by using fubo’s “look back” feature.
A subscription costs $69.99 per month.
fuboTV works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Fire Stick, Chromecast, Apple TV and Android TV devices. You can also watch live TV on a PC or use a mobile app on iPhone and Android smartphones.
Subscribers can activate the NBC Sports app, which supports an SNY live stream. There are more than 40 TV Everywhere apps that can be activated with a fuboTV subscription.
You won’t have TBS, but that probably won’t matter to Mets fans too much. There was only one Mets game on TBS in 2020, and it was simulcast on SNY.
YouTube TV has 85+ channels and carries SNY in the New York Mets market. A subscription costs $64.99 and includes unlimited Cloud DVR. The service carries local FOX, ABC, NBC and CBS stations.
You Tube TV works on Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast and other major streaming devices. You can check out a free trial for 7 days.
DIRECTV STREAM (formerly AT&T TV) has SportsNet NY in the Choice plan.
A subscription costs $89.99 per month for 90+ channels.
Subscribers can get three months of HBO Max, Showtime, Cinemax and EPIX for free before the monthly rates kick in. You can watch live TV on up to 20 screens at once.
You can sign up for a free 5-day trial without any obligations.
It’s the only live TV streaming service that carries all three NY regional sports channels, including MSG and Yes Network. ESPN, TNT, NESN, NBA TV and local channels are included in the Choice lineup.
You get unlimited hours of Cloud DVR and a robust library of on-demand movies and shows.
There are no contracts. You can subscribe month to month and cancel whenever you want.
DIRECTV STREAM works on Roku, Android TV, Fire TV devices, Apple TV and smartphones and tablets. You can look over the different channel lineups before deciding whether to sign up.
Is SNY on Sling TV?
No. Sling TV does not carry SNY in any of its channel packages.
A possible workaround is that you can sign into the NBC Sports app, and see if there is a SNY live stream. But if you want a reliable way to live stream SNY without a cable subscription, you are better off subscribing to Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV or YouTube TV.
What’s the best way to watch SNY without cable?
fuboTV has 120 channels, including ESPN, SNY and MSG. Subscribers get 250 hours of Cloud DVR. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial without any contracts or obligations. fuboTV also lets you look at the channel lineup in your area before signing up.
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