The National Finals Rodeo is just around the corner. The 120 professional cowboys and cowgirls will take the most famous stage in rodeo and compete for the legendary titles. All eyes will be on Las Vegas to host the 61st Wrangler NFR, and it’s 10 days of rodeo you don’t want to miss. So, if you can’t make it to Vegas this year, here are some ways of catching the action at home. All performances start at 6:45 PST December 5th-14th.
CBS Sports Network
The best and most direct way to watch the NFR is with CBS Sports Network. They are the official broadcaster of the 2019 National Finals Rodeo. You can watch all 10 performances on your TV, computer, or mobile device by going to CBSsports.com.
Pro Rodeo TV
Pro Rodeo TV lets you watch the NFR live and a little bit more. You can re-watch performances from the finals and watch rodeos from years past. They offer yearly and monthly subscriptions for their streaming service. Go to Pro Rodeo TV to learn more.
Fubo TV is a live streaming service that focuses on live sports. They have a 7-day free trial plan that lets you get access to almost 200 channels, including watching the NFR live. You can watch on virtually any device and even record what you’re watching. For more information go to Fubo TV.
Youtube and Youtube Tv are two different things. Youtube TV is another streaming service that you can use to watch the 2019 finals. It’s subscription-based and offers over 70 of your favorite channels. You can watch live and record shows without a contract. It’s one of the many “cord-cutting” streaming services people are trying out instead of regular cable. To find out more go to YouTube TV.
With Sling TV, the basic package price starts from $25 per month. This is extremely decent pricing where Sling TV offers all sorts of channels. They also offer a 7 day free trial period if you just want to see how it works. They’re streaming quality is hard to beat and you can tailor your channels to fit your needs. You can start watching instantly on your iPhone, Android, Roku, and more. Go to Sling TV to learn more.
It doesn’t matter how you watch the National Finals Rodeo, just as long as you do. Of course, Cowboy Lifestyle Network will keep you updated throughout the 10 days so follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
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