If you’ve caught WrestleMania fever – but you’re not quite sure what the best way to watch is – we’re here to help. For casual fans who want to see the biggest WWE event of the year, you don’t have to spend a ton of money as you would with a boxing or MMA pay-per-view.
WrestleMania 33 will be broadcast on the WWE Network (the main card starts at 7:00 p.m. ET, while the kickoff show begins at 5:00 p.m. ET), and to watch you’ll need to sign up for a subscription on the WWE Network website.
The Network typically costs users $9.99 per month, but WWE is offering new users a free first month of their subscription. That means you can sign up at any time before the show Sunday and watch WrestleMania 33 for free, with no commitment to extend the membership. This offer, sadly, doesn’t work for fans who have already had a WWE Network subscription in the past.
What does a WWE Network subscription get you? It’s essentially Netflix for wrestling. Every new pay-per-view is broadcast on the network each month, and you can go back and watch every WWE pay-per-view in history, along with a bunch of other archived televised specials and new series. Users are able to stream the Network through a number of devices (you can see the full list here).