Sling TV is Offering an Extended FREE Trial of STARZ





If you love movies Sling TV has good news for you. Beginning today, July 25th 2017 through we believe next Thursday, August 3rd, new and existing Sling TV customers will receive access to live and on-demand premium content from STARZ at no extra cost.

With six channels to choose from, Sling TV’s STARZ premium has something for everyone to enjoy – from hit, action-packed movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron to popular original series like Outlander. Sling TV customers can binge-watch shows like Ash vs. Evil Dead and Party Down. They even have to hit  movies like Passengers, Ghostbusters, Star Wars: The Force Awakens on-demand for STARZ subscribers

If you have not tried Sling TV yet you can sign up for a 7-day free trial and enjoy both the free trial and a free weekend of STARZ. This is a perfect opportunity to sit back and binge watch some great STARZ movies shows.

Sling TV is available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS, Android, and many other streaming players, phones, and tablets.

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