Just in time for MLB’s Opening Day, Sling TV today announced that Sling Blue customers in the Bay Area, Sacramento, Chicago and Mid-Atlantic markets now have access to CSNs. Customers these markets will see CSN Bay Area, CSN California, CSN Chicago or CSN Mid-Atlantic in their channel guide starting today, at no additional cost. With Sling TV you can also enjoy TBS, ESPN, FOX and FS1 for MLB and NBA TV for NBA games. (ESPN is available if you add the Sling Orange.)
Starting at $25 a month Sling TV is now the cheapest way to get CSN as a cord cutter. Allowing subscribers to enjoy hundreds of sporting events.
If you live in a Fox Sports market Sling TV has FOX Sports Cincinnati, FOX Sports Detroit, FOX Sports North, FOX Sports Prime Ticket, FOX Sports San Diego, FOX Sports Southeast, FOX Sports Southwest, FOX Sports Sun, SportsTime Ohio and YES Network. While FOX Sports Ohio doesn’t carry MLB games, it is also available to eligible subscribers.
Once again cord cutting is getting better and better. Just two years ago the idea that cord cutters could have legal access to regional sports networks was the stuff of dreams. Today cord cutters get multiple options to pick from when they want to watch sports.
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