Looking for something new to watch? There’s still time to get involved with Sling TV Happy Hour which is effectively free cable with absolutely no commitment or risk. You can enjoy dozens of cable TV stations every night from 5 p.m. through midnight (ET) entirely for free.
Remember — there’s no commitment, either. You don’t need to enter any credit card information, pay out any money next month, or do anything more than simply start watching. It’s an amazing deal and the perfect way to stay entertained now you’ve almost certainly exhausted Netflix.
Wondering what to watch? Sling offers a huge amount of choice. Every night, you get unlimited access to more than 50 different live channels. Between them, that comes to over 50,000 different movies and shows to choose from. There’s something for everyone here. You can keep informed on the latest news with the likes of CNN, MSNBC and Fox News, before switching over to family-friendly fare like Nick Jr and Cartoon Network.
Sling has plenty of the latest big hits, too. Through the promotion, you can check out FX, Bravo, AMC, Syfy, Paramount, and Comedy Central throughout the evening. You get access to popular shows like The Big Bang Theory, Ducktales, Killing Eve, The Daily Show, and many, many more. There are movies, too, with both new and old hits listed. We’re big fans of being able to watch movie classics like Top Gun and The Hunger Games trilogy as much as we want.
The only limitation here is that it’s only free to watch between 5 p.m. and midnight ET but otherwise you can watch as much or as little as you feel like. It’s a fantastic offer, and it’s being packaged as a completely no-strings-attached deal.
Up to three screens can watch Sling TV simultaneously so the whole family can get involved. Sling TV works with multiple devices including the majority of smart TVs, Roku, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast.
There’s absolutely no risk here so why not sign up now? You can have some awesome entertainment lined up every night for the foreseeable future — without paying a dime.
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