You can stream and watch ESPNU live online without having to pay for a cable TV subscription. All of the streaming services below will provide the sam ESPNU you would be getting with cable, at a much lower price.
Sling TV – Sling TV is the most affordable way to watch ESPNU. ESPNU is part of the Sports Extra’s ad-on package to Sling’s “Orange” plan. The total cost is $40 per month. You can watch ESPNU free for 3-days with this free trial.
Hulu Live TV – With ESPNU, live local channels,70+ channels, and a massive on-demand library for $54.99 per month. You can watch ESPNU free for 7-days with this free trial to Hulu Live TV.
Vidgo – This service provides ESPNU and over 60 other channels for $45 per month with a 3-day free trial.
AT&T TV Now – Watch ESPNU through their “Plus” package for $55 per month. The service offers a 1-week free trial.
YouTube TV – YouTube TV Includes ESPNU in their channel lineup for $64.99 per month with a 1-week free trial.
fuboTV – This service includes ESPNU in their channel lineup for $64.99 per month with a 1-week free trial.
6 Ways to Stream ESPNU
Each of the streaming services below carries ESPNU in their lineup. All you need is is an internet connection.
Watch ESPNU On Hulu
- The basic package comes with 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. (Upgrades available)
- Watch on 2 screens at once. (Upgrades available)
- Comes with 6 customizable profiles
- Includes entire Hulu On-Demand streaming library
- Hulu is available on Android, iOS, Xbox One, 4th Gen Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV and stick.
If you are curious about all the channels Hulu Live TV offers in your area, you can use this tool on Hulu’s Website: Hulu Live TV Channels by Zipcode.
Check out our review of Hulu Live TV for more information.
Watch ESPNU Online With Sling TV
To watch ESPNU through Sling, you need to have the Sports Extra Package for an additional $10 per month. Not available if you only subscribe to Sling TV Blue. You must have Sling TV Orange ($30 + $10 for Sports Extra – $40 per Month) or Both Blue And Orange ($45 + $10 for Sports Extra – $55 per month).
Aside from one of the most comprehensive sports packages on the Internet, Sling also provides access to AMC, History Channel, A&E, and many more top channels previously only found with a cable or satellite subscription. Sling TV allows you to watch sports online or on most TV streaming devices with no contract required. Sling also offers on-demand, a cloud DVR, and more. Sling TV is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and more, so it’s not a problem to enjoy ESPNU on a TV, tablet, computer, or other smart devices. There are more channels available on Sling TV than what I’ve mentioned here. To find out more, check out this detailed review of Sling TV.
Watch ESPNU on Vidgo
Vidgo is a newer streaming service that offers fairly competitive pricing over other live streaming services. Vidgo includes ESPNU, in its Core package, along with over 60 other channels. New customers can sign up for the Core Plan for $45 per month. (They offer discounted promo pricing for your first 3 months.)
Vidgo doesn’t force you into a contract, and you can cancel any time. They do offer a 3-day free trial, which you can cancel within the first three days at no charge.
Vidgo is supported on available on Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV. You can also stream the service on up to 3 devices at the same time. We have the full details in our guide to Vidgo’s live streaming service.
Watch ESPNU on YouTube TV
Another streaming service that offers ESPNU, a slew of other channels, and a nice set of features is YouTube TV. They also provide the following
- access to ESPNU, CNN, ESPN, Local Network Channels, and over 70 other channels
- unlimited cloud DVR storage
- stream on three devices at once
- Youtube TV supports Roku, Android, iOS (includes AirPlay to Apple TV), and Chromecasts/Chromecast-compatible TVs, and more.
- Includes Youtube TV on-demand
All this comes at a price tag of $64.99 per month. Check out my review of YouTube TV for all the details and channels available on the service.You can check your Zip Code on Youtube TVs Website to see the available channels in your area.
ESPNU on FuboTV
FuboTV is an excellent place to go for sports. ESPNU is available when you add the FuboTV Sports Extra package for $10.99 to the FuboTV Family plan priced at $64.99/month (after a 7-day free trial). The total is a bit on the pricey side at over $75 per month.
Stream ESPNU with AT&T TV NOW
AT&T’s AT&T TV Now service is another way you can watch ESPNU. The service is priced starting at $55 per month and includes the following features:
- watch 2 streams simultaneously per subscription
- a cloud-based DVR
- channels like ESPNU, AMC, HGTV, Discovery, and more
- supported on AppleTV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, and more
Streaming ESPNU through an App
While you can’t subscribe to ESPNU directly, if you subscribe to any of the live TV streaming services above, you can opt to use the ESPN app to watch ESPNU (Formerly known as WatchESPN). The app provides live, and on-demand shows and live games to all ESPN branded channels available from your TV streaming subscription. If you subscribe to ESPN+ (ESPN’s premium service), it is also available through the ESPN app. See how to install the ESPN app on your device.
For information on watching other TV channels online check out: How To Stream Specific TV Channels
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