Sling TV Will Be FREE For All This Sunday Just in Time For “The Walking Dead” Premiere




Sling TV has a special deal for all Walking Dead fans. This Sunday, October 22nd starting at 8 am Eastern Sling TV will be free for everyone.

With this deal new customers can watch Sling Orange completely free – no credit card required. Just in time for the 100th episode of “The Walking Dead,” fans can watch the free preview on any Sling TV supported device. Currently, Sling TV is available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Android, iOS, Xbox One, Windows 10, Chromecast, select web browsers, smart TVs, and more.

Starting at 8 a.m. ET on Sunday, if you are a new customer you can visit to begin streaming live and on-demand TV immediately, just in time to watch “The Walking Dead” marathon on AMC or catch what is happening on one of over 20 channels.

No credit card is needed to enjoy Sling TV this Sunday but you must first visit as that is the only way to get free access to Sling TV. From there you will be able to create an account to access Sling TV on all of the devices they support without the need for a credit card.

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