Want to ditch cable TV but still watch HGTV? We have good news for you. Cord cutters have great options to watch shows from HGTV without the two-year cable TV contract.
So let’s jump in here and take a look at how to watch HGTV without the long-term contract of cable TV through a streaming service on devices like Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV.
Looking for a cheap option? Checkout Philo that includes HGTV and many other networks for just $16 a month.
If you just want it cheap, Sling TV has HGTV starting at $25 a month with over 30 other channels such as ESPN. You can also get it in the $25 package, which includes 40+ channels such as Nat Geo, FX, and Lifetime.
If you already have Hulu on demand maybe look at getting Hulu’s new live TV service for about $39 on top of your current subscription. This will give you access to HGTV and a ton of other great shows and movies.
PlayStation Vue is also a great way to get HGTV. The best part is you can get up to five streams at once. Starting at just $45 a month, you can get the HGTV service and a DVR to go with it.
Check out DIRECTV NOW for one more great option. Not only do you get HGTV but for $40 a month, you also will get 60+ channels to pick from. The best part is DIRECTV NOW has Viacom Channels something PlayStation Vue doesn’t have.
AT&T Watch TV
Looking for a very cheap option? For $15 a month you can get HGTV and 30 other channels from AT&T Watch TV. If you AT&T’s Unlimited & More plans you can get it for free.
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