How to Watch The Indy 500 Without Cable

The 104th Indy-500 will be held on Sunday, August 23 after being postponed for three months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Luckily, the race is now a-go and you can watch for free even without cable.

The race is scheduled to start at 2:30 pm ET on the 23rd with pre-race show at 1:00 pm ET. You’ll need access to NBC to watch the event go down, so an antenna with local channels will work just fine. Don’t have an antenna? Never fear, here’s a list of streaming services that offer NBC so you can watch right from your Smart TV, laptop, or mobile device.

Here’s how to watch:

Hulu with Live – Price: $55 with Free trial available. NBC Livestream is available based on location 

Sling TV – Price: $30 with free trial available. NBC is one of the local channels available with the BLUE package. Plus right now you can get a limited offer for $10 off your first month and access to SHOWTIME, STARZ, EPIX

FuboTV – Price: $60 with free 7-day trial available. Local channels, like NBC, are available in some areas.

YouTube TV – Price: $65. Most areas include NBC and other local channels.

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