Sling TV Extends Their Free GSN Preview




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Late last year Sling TV started to offer the Game Show Network for free to all Sling TV subscribers. Typically, the Game Show Network is found in the Comedy Extra add-on for $5 a month, but right now it is part of both the Sling TV Blue and Sling TV Orange packages.

This gives Sling TV subscribers access to new and classic game shows including “Cash Cab,” “Catch 21,” “Match Game,” “Wheel of Fortune,” and “The Newlywed Game.”

The free offer was first reported to be ending a few months ago but was extended to the end of April 2018. Now Sling TV has extended their free Game Show Network preview until the end of May 2018.

After the free trial ends, you will have to subscribe to the Comedy Extra package to get the Game Show Network. In the Comedy Extra package, you will also find TV Land, MTV, Spike, and True TV.

Not a Sling TV subscriber? You can sign up for a free trial of Sling TV HERE.

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