How to watch the 2017 World Series live on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

The first game of the 2017 World Series with the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros starts tonight, October 24th, at 5:09 p.m. PT / 8:09 p.m. ET. Here’s how to watch it live on the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick (a.k.a. Firestick), and Fire TV Edition television.

Schedule:
Game 1: Tue, Oct. 24 in Los Angeles
Game 2: Wed, Oct. 25 in Los Angeles
Game 3: Fri, Oct. 27 in Houston
Game 4: Sat, Oct. 28 in Houston
Game 5: Sun, Oct. 29 in Houston (if necessary)
Game 6: Tue, Oct. 31 in Los Angeles (if necessary)
Game 7: Wed, Nov. 1 in Los Angeles (if necessary)

The possibility of streaming the World Series depends on where you live and which service offers local streams in your area. There is no (legal) completely free stream of the World Series that doesn’t require having an account of some sort. If you don’t want to pay, you’ll need to subscribe to the free trial of one of the OTT streaming TV subscription services and cancel before the trial ends. Alternatively, there are a couple apps that will stream the game if you have a traditional cable subscription.

Your options are:

Sling TV

Free Trial: 7 Days
Cheapest plan with World Series: $25 per month (Blue plan)
Availability: FOX Markets

DirectTV Now

Free Trial: 7 days
Cheapest plan with World Series: $35 per month
Availability: FOX Markets

Hulu with Live TV

Free Trial: 30 days
Cheapest plan with World Series: $40 per month
Availability: FOX Markets

PlayStation Vue

Free Trial: 5 Days
Cheapest plan with World Series: $40 per month
Availability: FOX Markets

Fox Sports Go

Requires cable subscription with participating provider.

MLB.com At Bat

Requires cable subscription with participating provider and $24.99 post season package.

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