How to Save $5 on Sling TV’s Orange & Blue Bundle

Sling TV has been updating their website recently and now one of their most popular deals can be hard to find.

New subscribers will no longer find the popular Orange and Blue package for $40 listed on their site. There is good news though; while you wont find it on the Sling TV website, you can still get the Orange and Blue package for $40.

Cord Cutters News reached out to Sling TV to ask about the deal and find out what happened. According to Sling TV, if you signup for both the Orange and Blue package you will still get the $5 discount giving you both for $40 and you will find that at checkout.

With the Orange and Blue package, you get access to everything on both, including ESPN and FS1.

Not only has Sling TV been updating their site they have also been updating their service.

New DVR Features

  • Protect – Want to watch that epic sports play over and over or keep a favorite movie from being deleted? Now you can! If you want to keep a recording, simply choose “Protect” in the “Manage DVR” section, and the recording will stay on your DVR as long as you subscribe.
  • DVR Folders – We know it can be time-consuming to scroll through all your recordings, so we’ve made it simpler by grouping shows from one series into a single folder. That way, if you’re looking to catch up on every Game of Thrones episode before the premiere or binge-watch House Hunters, you’ll find all your recordings in one place. Roku users can currently see the new DVR Folders feature, and we will continue rolling it out to other devices soon.
  • Record from Franchise – Now you can record a show or series from its franchise screen, so if you search for a show like “The Walking Dead,” you can see episodes available on demand and set a recording for new episodes as they come out.

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