Sling TV will Be FREE Tomorrow




NEWSYWant to give Sling TV a free trial but don’t want to give them your credit card? Tomorrow only you can get Sling TV for free just in time for the election results.

Tuesday’s free preview includes Sling Orange and News Extra, meaning you get news from CNN, TheBlaze, Bloomberg, Newsy, Cheddar, and HLN all in one app, plus different perspectives from world news sources like BBC World News, Fusion, France 24, euronews, News 18, NDTV 24×7 and RT Network.

The free preview will run from 9 a.m. ET Tuesday, November 8 through 4 a.m. ET Wednesday, November 9, allowing viewers to watch pre- and post-coverage of the election.

If you have never used Sling TV you can sign up for the free trial by visiting (That link is the only way to get a free weekend of Sling TV.)

No credit card or payment required

The best part of this is, only a valid email address and password is needed. New Sling TV customers can sign up for the free preview beginning Tuesday at 9 a.m. ET, Must be 18 years or older to sign up for the free preview.

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