Get Sling TV for Just $10 for Your First Month




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In case you missed it, Sling TV announced last month that you can subscribe for just $10 for your first month on either Sling Orange or Sling Blue (normally $35/month). The offer also includes DVR Plus (normally $5/month) giving you 200 hours of storage. If you want to bundle the two packages, you can sign up for Sling Orange and Blue for just $25 for your first month (normally $50/month).

This deal is still active for new Sling TV customers. After a discounted month, you’ll be billed at the regular subscription price unless you cancel online before the month is up.

With Sling Blue, you’ll get over 40 live channels including TLC, Bravo, Discovery, and NFL Network. Later this week, you can watch Oakland Athletics at Minnesota Twins and St. Louis Cardinals at San Diego Padres on FS1 with Sling Blue. Sign up for Sling Orange to get over 30 live channels including Disney, ESPN, Food Network, and Nick Jr.

With the DVR Plus add-on, you’ll get 200 hours of storage, along with the ability to protect your favorite recordings from auto-deleting if you reach your storage limit.

Sign up here to stream Sling on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, LG, Samsung, TiVo Stream 4K, Xbox, and Android and iOS devices.

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