How to Watch the Daytona 500 on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, & More

sports fans cheeringToday Sunday, February 16th, 2020, at 2:30 PM Eastern the 62nd annual Daytona 500 will get underway. This year there are more options than ever for cord cutters to stream the big race. The race will air on FOX and cord cutters will have many options to stream it.

How to watch the Daytona 500 on your Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, & More:

The good news is most of these live TV streaming services such as Sling TV, fuboTVAT&T TV NOW, Hulu, and others offer FOX in most markets.

fuboTV fuboTV includes most local FOX affiliates making it a great option for the Daytona 500. The best part is they offer a free trial allowing you to test it out during the big race.

Hulu With Live TV costs just $54.99 with a free trial for new customers. Not only will you get your regional sports networks in most areas but also your local FOX station.

Sling TV Offers Fox in some markets starting at just $30 a month with a 7-day free trial.

Vidgo offers FOX in select markets and more starting at $39.99.

YouTube TV is just $49.99 and includes most locals including FOX.

AT&T TV NOW starts at $65 a month. You can also get a 7-day free trial to test out the service before you pay.

Locast is a free option but only available in a few select markets right now but is available on many streaming platforms.

With an Antenna

One option you should always consider is using an antenna. FOX is free over the air in most parts of the United States. You can always use a device like a Tablo DVR or HDHomeRun to stream your antenna to a Roku, Fire TV, or Apple TV. Want to see if you can get FOX where you live free over the air? Check out Antenna Web to find out what you can get with an antenna where you live.

Want help finding other channels and events? Check out our full break down of how to watch a long list of channels on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more HERE.

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