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Save $10 on your first month of Sling TV and ditch cable for good

Save $10 on your first month of Sling TV and ditch cable for good
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Blasted through everything on Netflix during the lockdown? Exhausted Disney Plus after an unexpected Toy Story binge session? Well have no fear because there’s plenty more TV out there for you, and now thanks to this latest deal from Sling TV its even cheaper.

Sling TV is best described as a halfway house between traditional cable and the best TV streaming services, offering you the ability to pick and choose the channels and bundles that you want while leaving the ones you don’t. Right now you can get either Sling Orange or Sling Blue, with an introductory offer of just $20 for your first month. You can also get both Sling Orange and Blue together for just $35 for the first month. You also get a free month of Premium Pass with this offer, which gets you access to premium channels including SHOWTIME, STARZ, and EPIX.


Save $10 on Sling TV - Get your first month of Sling Orange or Sling Blue for just $20, or get both for $35. Sling TV is cable without the cables, offering a hybrid between traditional TV and streaming services.

Both of these deals offer $10 off, so the regular prices will jump back up to $30 and $45 per month respectively after the introductory period ends, but this is still a great way to try out Sling TV and see what it has to offer. Sling TV offers access to many of cables most popular channels, including ESPN, CNN, FX and Comedy Central to name but a few. To see our complete thoughts of Sling TV’s offerings, check out our Sling TV review.

And don’t forget, you can still check out Sling Free for, you guessed it, free. This free version of Sling TV offers viewers access to over 5000 TV shows including episodes of Hell’s Kitchen and Rick and Morty. It doesn’t have as up to date an offering when it comes to TV shows and movies, but it will give you an idea of how Sling TV works and how user friendly the system is.

Ian Stokes is a writer with a varied background - from academic publishing through to video games journalism. In fact the only thing he doesn't enjoy writing about is himself.