Sling TV is running a special sale right now for those that are looking to sign up for the service. Where you can get $25 off of its regular price, making it just $10 for the first month. That’s a really great price for Sling TV, and gives you a decent amount of time to check out the service.
When signing up, Sling TV will be asking for your credit card info, to charge you for the $10 for the first month. And if you don’t cancel before the first month is over with, you will automatically be charged the $35 that Sling TV normally charges. And that’s before any add-ons you add to it.
For $10 for the first month, you can sign up for either Sling Orange or Sling Blue. These are very different packages, even though some of the channels are similar. One has more ESPN content while the other offers more Fox channels. Like FS1 and its regional Fox Sports channels. You can combine them for $50 per month normally.
There is also the Sling TV Premium Pass, which normally costs $30 per month, but you can get it for $24 for a limited time. It’s free for the first month, and gives you access to Showtime, Starz, and Epix. Which is a pretty nice bonus to have here. Especially with the long weekend, as you’ll have loads of movies and original series to watch.
Sling TV has a number of other bundles that you can add onto your Sling TV experience too. These include extra kids channels, sports, news, and much more. Sling TV starts out fairly cheap, but you can quickly drive up the price pretty significantly.
The Sling Blue and Sling Orange plans also come with 50 hours of DVR space for free. But another place you’ll need to watch out is in simultaneous streams. Sling Blue offers three device streams, while Sling Orange is limited to one. This is likely due to the deals Sling TV made with the channel providers. But it is something to watch out for if you are sharing this with your family.
You can sign up for Sling TV by clicking here. This deal is not going to last long.