WWE Money In The Bank: How To Watch And Stream The PPV

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The next WWE PPV is days away. Money in the Bank is coming on Sunday, May 19. The MITB match card is stacked, featuring numerous title defenses and two eight-superstar ladder matches where the winner receives a title match contract. There are numerous ways to watch this event, and we're breaking them down for you.

This year's event takes place at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut, and the main card begins at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET / 12 AM BST (May 20) / 9 AM AET (May 20), with a Kickoff Show starting one hour prior on WWE's YouTube page. Normally, there is at least one match on pre-show, so you'll probably want to watch.

There are two ways to watch. The first is the traditional route, ordering the event through your local cable or satellite provider. This is the pricier way to go. DirectTV has the event listed at $55, and other providers will be around the same price for the PPV. Considering some areas of the United States don't have access to high-speed internet, this is the only route for them to go.

If you are lucky enough to live in a part of the world with high speed internet, you can watch MITB on the WWE Network. The streaming service costs $10 and gives users access to live events and thousands of hours or content including matches and original programming. However, if you're new to the service, you can sign up for one month free. You can watch MITB for free, then cancel afterwards if you like, and your total spent to watch this WWE would be zero.

The WWE Network is available a variety of ways. You can use your gaming consoles, streaming devices, your computer, or certain smart TVs to access the service. Check out the full list of ways to watch the WWE Network below, but keep in mind you will have to download a WWE app to your device to access the service.


  • PlayStation 3
  • PlayStation 4
  • Xbox 360
  • Xbox One

Compatible Devices:

  • Mobile Devices
  • Amazon Kindle Fire
  • Android Devices
  • Apple iPhones & iPads
  • Computers ‐ PC & Mac
  • Windows 10 Devices

Smart TVs:

  • LG Smart TV
  • Panasonic Life+Screen Smart TV
  • Samsung Smart TV
  • Sony Internet-Connected TV

Streaming Devices:

  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Apple TV
  • Google Chromecast
  • Roku
  • Samsung Blu-ray Player
  • Sony Blu-ray Player
  • TiVo

Make sure to come back to GameSpot on May 19 for live coverage and a review of the show. For more on MITB, check out our predictions for the event, 13 Facts About The Match, and Every Money In The Bank Winner.

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