Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces Livestream: How to Watch Caitlin Clark’s WNBA Game Tonight Online Free

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Caitlin Clark’s much-anticipated next game with the Indiana Fever will take place tonight (July 2) against the defending WNBA champs Las Vegas Aces, with the basketball game airing live at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT on ESPN. Clark and her team dominated June with a 7-4 record and hope to continue their winning streak into the new month. The first game of July won’t be a home game though — the team will be playing against the Aces at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena and tickets are already selling fast.

If you’re looking for cheap tickets to see the game in person, you can still find seats starting at $75 through Gametime (save 20 off purchases of $150+ when you enter the code SAVE20); StubHub; Vivid Seats (get $20 off order of $200+ with code BB2024); Ticketmaster; and Seat Geek (first purchases can get $10 off orders of $250+ with code BILLBOARD10).

In case you can’t travel to see the game live though, you can livestream Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces online through ESPN starting at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT. Keep reading to learn the streaming options available.

How to Watch Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces Online Without Cable

The easiest way to watch Caitlin Clark during the Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas game is by tuning into the ESPN channel through your cable provider. If you recently pulled the plug on cable, ESPN’s official streaming platform is ESPN+, which is a one-stop streamer for sports fans to watch everything from WNBA games, MLB, NFL and more.

Current subscribers can watch Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces for free when you log into your account. Don’t have an ESPN+ membership? There is no free ESPN+ trial, but it does include exclusive on-demand videos and access to content from what was formerly known as ESPN Insider. Your subscription will include instant access to WNBA games and more exclusive content for $10.99 a month or you can save more than 15% off with an annual subscription for $109.99 a year.

Looking for additional savings? You can bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu for a single monthly price of $14.99 for all three services.

How to Watch Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces Online Free

Cord cutters don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on a cable package to watch the game at home though — there are a variety of streamers including live TV streaming platforms that will let you livestream the WNBA game without cable. Plus, with current promos and free trials being offered, you can watch Caitlin Clark’s Fever vs. Aces game online for free. Keep reading to check out ShopBillboard‘s picks.

DirecTV Stream

DirecTV Stream is offering new users a five-day free trial when you sign up for one of the four packages offered. Every single live TV streaming package offers ESPN, which includes a livestream of Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces. In addition to hundreds of live TV channels, you’ll also receive unlimited DVR storage and the ability to stream on as many smart devices as you want.

For a limited-time, you can also save $30 when you combine a streaming package with a “Sports Pack.” Right now, the Entertainment + Sports Pack is $85 (reg. $95) for the first three months and includes ESPN. After the three months is over, you’ll be charged the regular package price.

Sling TV

First time users can take advantage of Sling TV’s limited-time offer that gives you half off your first month when you sign up for one of its three packages. ESPN is only offered through the Orange and Orange + Blue packages, which with the promo is as low as $20 for the first month (reg. $40). After your first month you’ll be charged the full package price.

Included in the Orange package is 32 channels and the ability to stream at one device at once. For more content options like FS1 and NFL Network, you can combine the Orange and Blue packages for $27.50 for the first month (reg. $55/month) and get access to all 46 channels.


Fubo is another affordable option that’ll let you watch Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces online for free. New users who sign up will receive a seven-day free trial that’ll give you instant access to a Fever vs. Aces ESPN livestream in addition to more than 100 channels. Once the free trial is over, you’ll be charged the regular price based on the package you choose at checkout.

There are several streaming packages to choose from with Fubo’s Pro Plan being its cheapest at $79.99 a month. The Pro Plan comes with 199 channels, 1000 hours of DVR storage and the ability to watch content on up to 10 screens at once. You can also upgrade to its Premier plan for $99.99 a month, which includes everything in its Elite plan as well as access to Showtime and 275 channels.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV offers the most content options, as you’ll get more than 90 live TV channels in addition to the entire Hulu library. Right now, new users can can score a rare three-day free trial that’ll let you stream Indiana Fever vs. Las Vegas Aces for free and more. After the free trial is over, you’ll be charged the normal subscription fee of $76.99 a month.

And, to expand your content offerings further, you can bundle Hulu + Live TV with Disney+ and ESPN+. You’ll not only have all of the Hulu library to watch, but also exclusive and original programming available exclusively on ESPN+.

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