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    Hey I am going to try and watch sports for the first time in like 3 years and pay for it. I need help with costs for services and what's worth it. Looking for DVR functionality and mostly Broncos games, but any additional sports games would be a plus. Let me know what you guys use, why you like it and what it costs...unless it's cable or satellite. Then please don't tell me or I'll feel sad for you.

  • #2
    You moved to Arizona? how times change.

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    • #3
      I hope you post more again. And welcome back to hope in the Broncos. Your vacation was probably good for your soul though, as all the Broncos did was hurt us while you were in hiatus. Hopefully the Broncos will be back to being worthy of fans hard earned bits again.

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      • #4
        Sling will get you the espns, tnt, usa network (epl), nfl network

        Hulu will get you espn plus...baseball and more soccer.

        try stuff out but the good news is you can get in and out of the stuff pretty easily without any kind of contract. It's all month to month.

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        • #5
          I've tried all the mainstream cloud tv platforms. Youtube TV isn't cheap, but it's the best. The unlimited DVR is the best part. Kids were p'd when The Office left Netflix, but turn it on on DVR and you have pretty much all the episodes available within a month or so (it's in syndication so much that it doesn't take long). Have a few shows like that.

          Also have the $14 Hulu/ESPN+/Disney+ package. ESPN+ has been awesome, especially for FCS college level stuff, but that's obviously a niche.

          Ironically this will probably be the easiest year in awhile to watch the Broncos without cable. But welcome back to the nuthouse.

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          • #6
            Also look at FUBU if you want a sports oriented stream

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            • #7
              I have YouTube TV and love it. It is pricy but WAY better then Hulu live TV. When YouTube temporarily dropped ESPN we tried Hulu for a month. Could not believe they made you watch ads on shows even if you had it paused and had time to catch up. When an ad came on the fast forward is disabled. Screw that, could not drop them fast enough. Google TV is $64.99 for the base plan which has everything you need for sports. I liked it a lot more when it came out at $39.99.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                I've tried all the mainstream cloud tv platforms. Youtube TV isn't cheap, but it's the best. The unlimited DVR is the best part. Kids were p'd when The Office left Netflix, but turn it on on DVR and you have pretty much all the episodes available within a month or so (it's in syndication so much that it doesn't take long). Have a few shows like that.

                Also have the $14 Hulu/ESPN+/Disney+ package. ESPN+ has been awesome, especially for FCS college level stuff, but that's obviously a niche.

                Ironically this will probably be the easiest year in awhile to watch the Broncos without cable. But welcome back to the nuthouse.
                Good to see you posting Kaylore! I mostly lurk, but always appreciated your content on OM. Agree with the above. YoutubeTV and ESPN+ combo gives you Some Broncos, redzone access, Avs games, and the whole Marvel catalog. What else do you need? Ok, you also need AppleTV, but just for Ted Lasso. Trust me, you need Ted Lasso.

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                • #9
                  I'll run down to King Soopers and ask. Be back soon.

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                  • #10
                    NFL game pass is only $9.99 for the year

                    watch any game after the fact

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                    • #11
                      Thanks guys! This is all really helpful. We already have some of the services so bundling might be a good fit.

                      And yes, I live in Arizona. I got furloughed during Covid, wife had our baby and had job offers in Milwaukee or Scottsdale, so you can imagine the difficulty in deciding. That company got bought out and I've actually moved on to better pastures, but we bought in Gilbert and it's one of the best decisions of my life. We love it here.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ceh View Post
                        NFL game pass is only $9.99 for the year

                        watch any game after the fact
                        Great deal!

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                        • #13
                          Find a good IPTV service. The one I used has hundreds of channels. All the local CBS, Fox, NBC etc channels from around the country. All the sports packages. All
                          the movie channels. Then you have hundreds of movies and TV shows on demand. The quality is just as good as if you had it through your local cable company. $100 for 3 months. It’ll buffer every now and then and channels will go down for maintenance. Overall it’s worth it. I can use it where ever I’m located. If you’re interested PM me your Telegram details and I’ll forward them to the guy that’ll hook you up. Here’s what I use for streaming at the link below.

                          Edit: it also has PPV events like the UFC fights as well.

                          https://www.amazon.com/Formuler-Cert...NsaWNrPXRydWU=

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
                            Thanks guys! This is all really helpful. We already have some of the services so bundling might be a good fit.

                            And yes, I live in Arizona. I got furloughed during Covid, wife had our baby and had job offers in Milwaukee or Scottsdale, so you can imagine the difficulty in deciding. That company got bought out and I've actually moved on to better pastures, but we bought in Gilbert and it's one of the best decisions of my life. We love it here.
                            We moved to Arizona, too, in November 2020 and we also love it. We live in Florence but often find our way to Gilbert often for restaurants/shopping. One sports bar we like in Gilbert is: https://copperstillmoonshinegrill.com/

                            As for watching Bronco games, if you haven't heard there's a big bronco fan group down here (over 5,000 members):

                            https://www.facebook.com/groups/616966868417652

                            They have watch parties on game day at a couple of different sports bars. For home viewing I have a friend in Denver with Directv and he lets me use his directv app for watching the Broncos when he's not traveling. Otherwise I just watch NFL Red Zone through Cox cable and catch the Bronco highlights.

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                            • #15
                              I dropped Directv and went with YouTubeTV. Unlimited DVR space to save your shows and games etc for up to 6 months. I saved a fortune plus a T-Mobile promotion shaved off 10 dollars a month. So I’m paying $54 a month for a year.

                              Plenty of sports content on there with mlb network, espn, fox sports, nfl network. Only drawback is the local sports channels aren’t available. So unless your teams are on national tv, you probably won’t be able to watch them. Probably doesn’t matter ( I can relate) with kids etc, since you won’t have time to sit and watch a game for 2-3 hours anyway. So it’s a reasonable package and fits the budget.

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