The US Open is winding down and the finals on September 7th and 8th are rapidly approaching. Some of the US Open has been streaming on usopen.org, but you will need to find a paid streaming service to watch the 2019 Open Finals.
There are several different options when it comes to streaming the finals. Here are 4 ways to live stream the 2019 US Open finals.
ESPN owns the rights to the Open in the US, which makes them just about the only way to stream if you’re in the States. If you have a cable subscription, you’re in luck. ESPN is probably included and all you need to stream on ESPN.com or the WatchESPN app is to have ESPN included in your cable plan.
To use any streaming service, you’ll need a fast enough internet connection if you want the highest quality and the least buffering. You can use most devices, including smart phones, smart TVs and desktop or laptop computers to stream.
If you’ve cut the cord, however, you’ll need to use an alternative service to stream the US Open.
Even if you don’t have cable, though, it is still possible to use ESPN to stream the US Open. At $4.99/month, ESPN+ is the cheapest US Open live streaming service on this list, but it won’t get you 100% of the US Open. ESPN+ will cover outer courts from August 25th until September 4th, and then three of the courts from September 5th through the 8th.
3. Sports Streaming Sites
If you don’t have cable, the next best option is to take advantage of a sports streaming service that includes ESPN. These streaming services all include ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU, so they’re great if you’re planning on streaming other major sports events.
- SlingTV: Offers a few different packages. The cheapest to include ESPN and ESPN2, the Orange package, is $25/month.
- Hulu with Live TV: $45/month and includes both ESPN and ESPN2.
- PlayStation Vue: Offers a few different paid plans. The cheapest to include ESPN and ESPN2 is $50/month.
- YouTube TV: $50/month and includes both ESPN and ESPN2.
- AT&T TV Now: Formerly known as DirecTV Now. The most basic package includes ESPN and ESPN2 and is $50/month.
All of these services can be streamed by browser on PCs, and each also has their own app if you’d prefer to watch on your phone, tablet or smart TV. Most of these services also offer a free trial, which should be long enough to carry you through to the end of this year’s US Open.
4. Amazon (if you’re in the UK)
Streaming the Open finals is a little easier if you’re in the United Kingdom. Amazon has the British streaming rights to the US Open and are providing it for free to Amazon Prime members. If you have Amazon Prime, all you need to do is log in to your Amazon account and you’ll be able to stream the finals there.
US Open Live Streaming
While there’s no way to watch the US Open finals online for free, there are a number of paid options to choose from. Available mobile apps will allow you to stream from just about any device. And if you want to watch for free before the finals, coverage will still be streamed on the US Open website.
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