Currently, the best way to access CNBC streaming without cable is Sling TV. This powerful live streaming service offers 25-100+ channels, depending on which packages you choose. It gives you an easy, legal way to watch TV online without spending a fortune for cable.
Sling TV’s base package is $20 a month, and includes 25+ channels like ESPN, AMC, HGTV, Comedy Central, TBS, TNT, CNN and more. CNBC is not included in the base package, but is offered in the World News Extra package for another $5 a month. This expansion pack adds CNBC streaming, MSNBC, BBC World News, and more.
So, you’re looking at $25 a month for 30+ great channels. There’s no contract to sign, no hidden fees, and no nonsense. All you need is a Sling TV subscription, an internet connection, and a compatible devices.
NOTE: Sling TV has just announced it will be offering CNBC at no extra charge to basic package subscribers for the month of August so everyone can enjoy the network’s Olympics live stream coverage.
As far as devices go, with Sling TV you can watch CNBC on Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, smart TVs, smartphones, computers, tablets and more. Read our Sling TV review for full details.
Before you sign up, consider these generous sign-up bonuses:
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