Note: This post is in partnership with Sling TV.
Now that Sling TV has re-added NFL Network on Sling Blue and NFL Redzone in the Sports Extra bundle, the streaming service is back to being one of the top streaming services for sports fans. Even better, Sling TV has some of the best deals around right now, to help you get even more from your streaming experience.
3 Day Free Trial
If you’re new to Sling TV, you can get started with a 3 day free trial. The deal is only for new customers and you’ll need to enter your email address and credit card number to get started, so you’ll be all set to continue your subscription when your trial is up.
$10 Off & Premium Channels for Free
New customers can also get a deal for $10 off a Sling subscription for the first month, plus free access to the premium channels Showtime, Starz, and Epix for one month. The offer comes with 10 hours of free Cloud DVR and access to over 50 channels.
Bundle some of Sling TV’s most popular extras and save. For $12/month, you can add the Kids Extra, Lifestyle Extra, Comedy Extra and News Extra to your Sling TV plan. That’s a $20 value, saving you $8/month for loads of extra content.
Total TV Deal
Looking for even more content? Check out the Total TV Deal. You’ll get all seven Extras including Sports Extra, Kids Extra, News Extra, Lifestyle Extra, Comedy Extra, Hollywood Extra, Heartland Extra, plus the Cloud DVR Plus (an upgrade to 50 hours of DVR storage) all for $20/month. That’s a $45 value, saving you $25/month.
Free AirTV Mini
You can get an AirTV Mini for free when you subscribe and prepay for 2 months of Sling. With the AirTV Mini, you’ll get high-quality 4K streaming capabilities, one-touch access to Sling and Netflix, a built-in Chromecast, and voice search.
Finally, don’t forget that you can watch over 5,000 movies and TV shows with no credit card and no subscription required with Sling Free.
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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.