The 2019 NFL Draft starts Thursday, April 25. For football fans, this is an exciting time – it means the 2019 season is almost here! This year, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and the NFL Network will all have live coverage of the draft.
Because ABC is an over-the-air channel, all you really need to watch the 2019 NFL Draft is an antenna. Plus, besides the one-time purchase cost of the antenna, you can watch your local broadcast channels for FREE! Check to see which over-the-air stations you could receive with Mohu’s handy zip code tool.
Sling offers ESPN and you can get the NFL Network as an add-on. Typically, Sling’s plans start at $25 a month, but they’re currently running a 40% discount for your first three months.
You can get fuboTV for $45 a month, which includes the NLF Network but not ESPN, ESPN2, or ABC.
YouTube TV will cost you $50 a month and has access to ESPN and ESPN2. Live coverage on ABC is available in select areas.
Hulu with Live TV costs $45 per month and offers ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC. Check your location to be sure ABC is available where you live.
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