Every four years, we’re able to marvel at the world’s most elite athletes as they compete for gold in the Summer Games. In the past, you pretty much had to have cable or satellite TV to enjoy the games. Fortunately, there have been a slew of advancements in the world of cord cutting since London.
With more ways than ever for cord cutters to watch this year’s Olympics action in Rio, we thought we’d celebrate with a special offer on some of our top-rated antennas (including ReLeaf, which was recently named the best indoor TV antenna).
While much of the action is airing on traditional cable networks like NBC Sports and USA (which you can now enjoy for a low monthly cost without any commitments), NBC will be broadcasting more than 260 hours of games, including the opening and closing ceremony, over-the-air and in crisp HD. That means nearly 11 full days worth of coverage is available to you for free.
Use code WATCHRIO and save 25% off select antennas now through Saturday, August 13, 2016.
We’ve put together a guide to some of the more popular events taking place in this year’s games, including what times they’re airing and how you can watch them.
Just a quick reminder to some of the key details for this year’s games:
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