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How to Watch USA Network Without Cable (As Cheap as Possible)

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The cheapest way to watch USA Network without cable is Sling TV. However, there are a number of live TV streaming services that include the USA Network channel with their subscriptions. As a result, consumers have a wide selection of options for watching popular USA Network shows and movies.


With more channels and networks switching to streaming, it can be complicated to find the right live TV streaming service that includes the exact channels an individual or household wants the most. While this is also true for USA Network, it is less of an issue than with other channels. In fact, Philo and Vidgo are the only major live TV streaming services that do not provide access to USA Network.

Philo and Vidgo aside, the rest of the services not only vary in channel lineups and features, but also in price. Due to this, the cost of a subscription with access to USA Network ranges between $35 and $70 per month.


Cheapest way to watch USA Network

Sling TV is the cheapest option for watching USA Network without cable. Sling TV has two main plans to choose from, although they are both priced at $35 per month. The main differences between the Sling Blue and Sling Orange plans is the number and selection of channels, and those interested in watching USA Network will need to go with the $35 Sling Blue plan.

Besides USA Network, Sling Blue also comes with access to more than 50 live TV channels. In addition to the option to stream on multiple devices at the same time, access to on demand movies and shows, and up to 50 hours of cloud DVR for recording videos.


Sling TV is not the only option and other services may include a more suitable channel lineup or features. However, at $35 per month, Sling Blue is the best option for anyone looking to stream USA Network without cable and at the cheapest price.

Other ways to watch USA Network

The next cheapest option to stream USA Network without cable is TVision. T-Mobile’s live TV streaming service is available in three different main plans, ranging in price between $40 and $60 per month. Luckily, USA Network is included in the cheaper $40 TVision Live plan. However, TVision is currently only available to existing T-Mobile cellular customers. If already receiving phone services from T-Mobile, at $40 per month TVision Live is another cheaper option for watching USA Network without cable.

Other live TV streaming services with access to USA Network include fuboTV, Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV. All three of these include USA Network in their $65 per month package. Although they do differ in other areas, including the number of channels, cloud DVR hours, and simultaneous streams.

Lastly, AT&T TV also provides access to USA Network through its Entertainment package. At $69.99 per month, it is the most expensive option for streaming USA Network without cable.


Watching directly through USA Network

Consumers can also watch live and stream popular shows and movies directly through the USA Network website and the mobile apps. However, a live TV subscription is still needed to log in and watch all of the live and on demand content that’s available.

While not every live TV streaming service provides access to every TV Everywhere app, this is less of an issue with USA Network. Subscribers to any of the services listed above, including Sling TV, are able to use their subscription details to authenticate their account and stream movies and shows through the USA Network app or website.


Watching USA Network without cable summary

Sling TV is the cheapest way to watch USA Network without cable. There are two main Sling TV plans available, but Sling Blue is the only one that includes access to USA Network. The Sling Blue plan costs $35 per month and can be canceled at any time.

Besides being the cheapest option overall, Sling TV also comes with 50 hours of recording space and the option to stream on multiple devices at the same time. Furthermore, in spite of being the cheapest option, subscribers can use their Sling TV login details to stream shows and movies directly through the USA Network app and website.

Read more: Sling TV Has Local Channels (But Not in All Cities)

John Finn

By John Finn

John started Streaming Better to help consumers navigate the live TV streaming and subscription service landscape. John has been editing and writing about technology and streaming for online publications since 2014, and believes the best streaming approach is to rotate between services as needed.

John's preferred live TV streaming service right now is YouTube TV although he does tend to switch live TV services multiple times each year to keep up to date with their changes. Outside of live TV, John also actively streams HBO Max (for the shows), Peacock (for Premier League), and Paramount Plus (for Champion's League). However, John is also currently subscribed to Apple TV+, Discovery+, Hulu, Starz, Showtime, and Shudder.

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