Keen to have some great new entertainment to watch over the next couple of months? Thanks to Cyber Monday deals, Sling is offering a fantastic deal where you can buy one month of the streaming service and get one month entirely for free. It’s the ideal way to while away the winter months with all your favorite shows and forms of entertainment.
Sling is generally pretty good value starting at only $30 per month for the best that cable TV can offer but it just got even better with one month bundled in for free. There’s a choice of two different packages — Blue or Orange. Orange only allows you to stream one device at a time but it’s perfect for sports and family entertainment, including popular channels such as ESPN, CNN, Nick Jr, AMC, TNT, and many more. Alternatively, Blue allows up to three device streams at a time and includes TNT, Fox News, CNN, AMC, FX, and more. Essentially, it all comes down to where your priorities lie with great bundles for both families and sports enthusiasts alike. In the past, we’ve taken a look at everything you need to know about Sling TV so you know what to look for and what to expect.
Crucially, right now, if you sign up for one month and get one month free, you’ll get access to the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championships on Jan. 11 if you choose Sling Orange. Whichever package you decide on, you get access to over 50 channels with a free cloud DVR of up to 10 hours of recording, plus access to thousands of movies and TV shows. There’s sure to be something for the whole family here.
If you’re not sure if Sling is for you and your household, we also have plenty of other fantastic Cyber Monday streaming deals available right now so you’ll find something perfect for you here.
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