Looking for the best Sling TV Deals? Here are the current promos you can snag to try out their Sling TV packages!
Free Sling Freestream (Enjoy LIVE TV!)
Look what's back! Right now, you can sign up for FREE Sling Freestream to watch 500+ live TV channels and over 40,000 hit TV shows and on-demand movies! Channels include ABC News, Buzzr, VH1 I Love Reality, Nick Jr. and more….and they're available to stream forever!
The best part is there's NO catch and NO credit card required – just go here and enter your email and password to start streaming! If you want to add more options, you can also add on Showtime, STARZ, AMC+, or MGM+ for only $5 each for the first month, but it's completely optional.
What is Sling Freestream?
Sling Freestream is a free ad-supported TV service offfering 210+ free Live TV channels and over 40,000 On Demand shows and movies. It's easy to use, no credit card is required, and always free!
Sling TV Deals
You can also score a sweet deal on Sling TV!
Sling TV is a great way to stream movies & shows – but ALSO one of the only ways streaming families can still watch live sports, news, and fun events without cable. 🙂 It's the first app-based TV service that lets you stream live television and on-demand content over the internet.
Depending on your Sling TV Package, you can enjoy the following –
- College Basketball
- College Football and NFL Football
- Live Sports
- ESPN Channels
- Live News
- Live Television Shows
That means you can watch football and other sports content, plus blockbuster movies, Emmy-nominated dramas, reality TV favorites, breaking news, hilarious comedies, gripping true crime stories, and everything else SlingTV has to offer – all for just $20 for your first month – WOOHOO! 🙂
What to watch on Sling TV:
Enjoy premium channels like Starz, SHOWTIME, and EPIX, along with specialty channels like Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network, and much more. Here are some of our favorites you can stream with Sling TV –
- Spider-Man: No Way Home
- Fixer Upper: Welcome Home
- NFL Preseason – NFL Network
Have you tried Sling TV? I'd love to hear what you have to say!