Get Free Sling TV for 2 Weeks When You Buy a Fire TV Device — Just in Time for March Madness


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Looking for a streaming device upgrade? Amazon just slashed the prices on select Fire TV streamers with savings up to an impressive 42 percent. Fire TV is one of the best ways to stream your favorite movies and TV shows with instant access to hundreds of streaming apps, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+, Paramount+, of course Amazon Prime Video, and much more. Check out the deals below:

To make this Fire TV sale even sweeter, Amazon is throwing in two weeks of free access to Sling TV to catch March Madness. The NCAA college basketball tournament starts on March 13 and goes until April 2 for the Final Four and April 4 for the championship game.

Hint: All of the basketball action can be found on TNT, TBS, and truTV – all available on Sling Blue, and your local CBS station which you can watch with an antenna or with a Paramount+ subscription. Streaming with Sling TV and Paramount+ is $20 cheaper than the closest competitor. Take a look at the breakdown here.

Act fast and shop now – this Fire TV sale ends on March 19, while access to free Sling TV for two weeks expires on April 18.

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