YES Network is a popular regional sports network in the Northeast US. Most notably, it’s the network that is home to the majority of New York Yankees games and Brooklyn Nets basketball. Up until recently, you had to have cable to watch YES Network live stream, but that’s no longer the case! Today, you can watch YES Network online – and we’ll show you how!
Whether you’re a cord-cutter who doesn’t have cable, or you’re a Comcast/Xfinity customer who is angry at Comcast’s recent decision to drop YES Network, you’re probably wondering how to access YES Network streaming. Well, you’ve come to the right place! In this detailed guide, we’ll go over all the best ways to watch this sports channel online, without needing a cable subscription.
Enjoy YES Network Live Stream with Sling TV
Currently, Sling TV is the best way to watch YES live stream from home. It’s also the most affordable. Not only that, it’s honestly one of the best ways to watch TV in general. In short, Sling TV is an awesome service that should be first on your list if you’re a new cord-cutter.
If you’re unfamiliar with the service, here’s how it works: the basic package is $20 a month, and it includes 20+ cable channels available for live streaming. The channel list includes YES Network, as well as FS1, TNT, TBS, AMC, A&E, CNN and many more! You really get the best channels that cable TV has to offer, without the expense or commitment of a cable subscription.
At $20 a month, the service is quite affordable. And, better yet, there’s no need to sign a contract or commit to more than a month at a time. Instead of locking you into a 12+ month contract, Sling gives you the flexibility to cancel at any time. Plus, you can use Sling on a ton of different devices, so the service is very flexible overall.
If you’re planning on using Sling TV to watch YES online, there’s one thing you should be aware of: the channel is currently blacked out in certain areas of NJ and PA. Check out Sling TV’s website to double check channel availability. If you don’t live in NJ or PA, you’re good to go! YES Network streaming will be available LIVE when you subscribe to Sling.
If you’re considering signing up for this service, there are a few limited time deals you should know about. First off, you can try it for free with a week-long trial. If you commit to 3 months (which would be $60), you can score a free Roku 2 streaming box (a $70 value)! Lastly, if you’re a T-Mobile customer, you can score an exclusive 30% discount on Sling TV!
Watch YES Network Online with PlayStation Vue (in select markets)
PlayStation Vue is another way to watch YES online, depending on where you live. If you’re in the Northeast, certain PlayStation Vue packages will offer YES Network in their lineup. Like with Sling, the channel is blacked out in certain areas of PA and NJ, and is not available for live streaming outside of the Northeast US.
Vue is another cable-alternative service, similar to Sling TV. With packages starting at $29.99 (the package offering YES Network live stream starts at $39.99) a month, it’s an affordable choice, but definitely more expensive than Sling. With that higher pricetag comes more channel options, though. Vue offers 50+ channels even in its cheapest package, so there’s a ton of stuff to watch.
Vue lets you stream shows live, and also offers select shows on-demand. You can watch on your PS3/PS4, or on your Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and iOS devices. Device availability is much more limited when compared to Sling TV, but being that Vue is a new service, we expect Sony to expand it in the near future. Even with the drawbacks of the service, Vue is still a good way to watch YES Network live stream.
Want to watch more sports online? Check out our live sports streaming guide.
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