Haven’t yet taken advantage of Sling TV’s Happy Hour promotion? No problem! There’s still time to participate with absolutely no commitment involved. All you have to do is open up Sling TV and enter your email address, and you can enjoy access to the service every night from 5 p.m. through to midnight (ET) for the foreseeable future.
Unlike other deals, you don’t have to worry about handing over credit card information, signing up for anything, or committing to a subscription plan. There’s absolutely no catch here. Sling TV is just handing out free access to the nation as a good way of entertaining you while you’re stuck indoors.
With dozens of different choices, you won’t run out of options via Sling TV either.
Sling offers unlimited access to more than 50 different live channels. That includes something for everyone. There are news stations like CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News, alongside family-friendly channels such as Nick Jr and Cartoon Network. Keen to check out the big dramas and comedy shows? Sling also gives you access to FX, Bravo, AMC, Syfy, Paramount, and Comedy Central. Thanks to those channels, you have the option of watching major shows like The Big Bang Theory, Killing Eve, Ducktales, and many more.
Movie fans won’t miss out either. Sling offers tons of different movies too with plenty of new titles, alongside classics like Top Gun. In all, you get access to over 50,000 different movies and TV shows.
Up to three screens can watch Sling TV simultaneously so the whole household can try something different throughout the evening. The only catch to Sling TV Happy Hour is you can only watch between 5 p.m. and midnight ET but that’s a small price to pay for such a comprehensive free offer. After all, you don’t have to sign up for anything or enter your credit card details, right? What more could you want?
Sling TV works on multiple devices including the majority of smart TVs, Roku, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast.
Sign up today and you’ll be enjoying great new shows from 5 p.m. tonight. Expand your entertainment options now!
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