This is it, the Final Four, the last four teams in college basketball for the year. It is one of the most exciting events in sports and the two games making up the Final Four are always great causes for excitement. Whether it’s a buzzer beater, an upset, or just an incredible performance by an individual player there is always something to look forward to.
The best part of watching the Final Four is catching all of the action live. Well, even if you don’t have cable you can still easily watch every game of the Final Four streaming. That’s because there are multiple ways to watch the Final Four online now that cable cutting has becoming a quickly growing trend. Below are all of the details you need.
Watch The Final Four Online with Sling TV
The best option out there to watch the Final Four online is Sling TV. That’s because not only does it let you watch every second of the Final Four live streaming, but you can also watch over 20 cable channels live for only $20 per month. There is no contract or any commitment required on Sling TV, so you can cancel at any time.
You can watch all of the games because Sling TV (review) offers TBS, TNT, and truTV in its basic package. There are also channels like ESPN, ESPN2, CNN, AMC, and more. So, since all of the Final Four games will be broadcast live on TBS, you can easily watch the Final Four online with Sling TV. Plus, you can watch Sling TV just about anywhere since it is compatible with most mobile devices, tablets, and connected devices like Roku or Chromecast.
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Right now, you can get Sling TV even cheaper if you are a T-Mobile customer. In fact, you can get Sling TV 30% off, down to $14 per month, if you have a T-Mobile phone and plan. Plus, if you have the Binge On Plan from T-Mobile any mobile streaming of Sling TV does not affect your data. You can watch a Final Four live stream anywhere you get service and not have any impact on your data plan!
Another awesome deal, probably my favorite out there for cable cutters, is Sling TV’s deal with Roku. When you sign up for three months of Sling TV you can choose to either receive a Roku 2 absolutely free or buy a Roku 3 for half the price. I love this offer, because no matter how you cut it, it is a great deal. The Roku 2 retails at $70, so you are basically getting the Roku 2 for $10 off and Sling TV as a bonus on top.
Watch a Final Four Live Stream on the March Madness Live App
As you can see in our full March Madness guide, during the entirety of the NCAA Tournament the March Madness Live App was great to watch CBS games for free. Now that the Final Four and National Championship Game are being broadcast on TBS you can still watch a Final Four live stream on the app, but need a cable login. If you don’t have one of your own, you could always borrow a friend’s login to use for the app. If you do, it’d be a great way to watch the Final Four online on the app for free!
Use PlayStation Vue to Watch The Final Four Online
Sony launched a competing cable alternative in 2015, PlayStation Vue. It started with limited availability, but has now expanded to nationwide access. The Access Slim package is $29.99 and offers over 50 popular cable channels that can be streamed live. In the package are channels like ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, truTV, FS1, and CNN. Since TBS is included, you can watch the Final Four online and you can plenty of other live sports on the other channels.
You can stream PlayStation Vue with PlayStation Consoles, iOS devices, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. Compared to Sling TV, it is slightly more expensive for the additional channels and is limited in the devices it can be streamed on. One more thing is on the iOS devices, if you stream away from your house some of the channels are blocked. But, overall PlayStation Vue is another great way to watch the Final Four streaming. If you want to learn even more, check out our review of PlayStation Vue.
Learn how easy it is to watch college basketball all season with our full guide on watching college basketball online!
Final Four Streaming Schedule
*All times listed in Eastern Time
*All games can be viewed using Sling TV
Saturday, April 2
No. 2 Oklahoma vs. No. 2 Villanova (6:09 p.m. ET, TBS)
No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 10 Syracuse (8:49 p.m. ET, TBS)
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