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How to Watch HGTV Without Cable TV (2019 Update)

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.

Philo

Looking for a cheap option? Checkout Philo that includes HGTV and many other networks for just $16 a month.

Sling TV

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.

Sling TV offers a 7-day free trial, and you can add on a DVR option.

Hulu

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

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.

PlayStation Vue does include a 5-day free trial.

DIRECTV NOW

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.

DIRECTV NOW offers a 7-day free trial.

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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