Where To Watch The 2018 NCAA Selection Sunday

Selection Sunday is almost upon us. On the 11th of March, 2018, we will all be treated to a live two-hour show where the chosen teams, their seeds and brackets will be announced. Selection Sunday proudly and prominently marks the start of March Madness, and it would be an utter shame to miss it just because you had no idea where to watch the show. What’s important to note is that knowing where to stream 2018 NCAA March Madness doesn’t guarantee that you will watch Selection Sunday. This article sets the record straight about some things and shines a light on where you can watch Selection Sunday without complications.

  1. Turner Broadcasting System

We’ve grown accustomed to CBS hosting Selection Sunday. However, this year, there has been a little change seeing as TBS will host Selection Sunday. That also means that any networks under the Turner umbrella will air Selection Sunday, including TruTV and TNT. Those looking for a complete and unbridled March Madness experience should spring for the subscription. Nevertheless, if you don’t mind the inconvenience, you can always subscribe to the free trial. Although you have to keep renewing it each time it ends, you will have complete access to Selection Sunday, after which you can look for other alternatives.

  1. YouTube TV

YouTube TV is an excellent solution to most of the problems you could experience if you chose one of the three options availed by Turner Broadcasting System. Instead of making you choose one, YouTube TV provides with all the options under a single network. That means that you could choose TBS and change midway to TruTV without the need for an extra subscription. YouTube TV recently announced a price bump from the $35 monthly subscription to $40 per month. This is a fair price considering the increased channels, but YouTube goes further to make your experience even better by guaranteeing that those who subscribe before the 13th of March will have their prices locked at $35 per month. Still, if you feel that the price is too steep, you can sign up for the 14-day free trial.

  1. Sling TV

Sling TV is yet another third-party broadcaster with access to the TBS network, meaning you get to get direct access to Selection Sunday. It is much like YouTube Tv except with fewer channels. Fortunately, that means that it is a cheaper alternative to YouTube TV with a $20 monthly subscription. You can also avoid that whole subscription business by subscribing to the 7-day free trial. However, you could use a coupon to get a 30-day free trial for Sling TV, which is quite frankly the best deal there is.

  1. DirecTV

Unlike other third-party broadcasters in this list, DirecTV only provides access to TNT. Although you still get to watch Selection Sunday, your options are more limited. Your risk of inconvenience is also higher.

The Takeaway

If you’re looking to watch Selection Sunday, then the Turner Network, YouTube TV, Sling TV and DirecTV are excellent choices. Your streaming experience is determined by the broadcaster you choose, your network connection and additional factors such as whether you have a VPN.