Earlier today, we reported that Sling TV will move Paramount Network from the Sling Blue base package to the Sling Blue Comedy Extra add-on on August 31. Sling TV has now shared with Cord Cutters News that Sling Orange will also be seeing a channel lineup change, with BET and Nick Jr. moving from the Sling Orange Comedy Extra to the Sling Orange base package.
Sling TV subscribers with the Orange base service will receive the two channels at no additional cost.
Sling recently announced a 1-Year Price Guarantee for all new and existing customers. The guarantee will ensure that current prices on Sling TV services will stay the same through August 1, 2021 for new and existing customers who have accounts by August 1, 2020.
For those who want to add channels from Sling TV’s add-ons, Sling TV has two bundle deals available to help you get the best value.
- Total TV Deal: includes Comedy Extra, News Extra, Heartland Extra, Sports Extra, Kids Extra, Lifestyle Extra, Hollywood Extra and Cloud DVR Plus for $20/month for Orange or Blue subscribers, or $25 for Orange + Blue subscribers
- 4 Extras Deal: includes Kids Extra, Lifestyle Extra, Comedy Extra and News Extra for $12/month
If you are new to Sling TV, this deal can be found when you sign-up under the Extras tab.
Already subscribe to Sling TV? Find this deal when you sign into your account and choose Change Subscription. Or on select devices, you can add 4 Extras in-app under the Add Channels & More ribbon in your guide.
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Jess Barnes attended Edinboro University and spent years working in nonprofit before taking up freelance writing in 2012. Jess has been working for Cord Cutters News since 2017.