Amazon BOGO Free Month Stream Sling TV

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If you are looking to cut back on your cable bills like I am, you may be interested in this deal today from Amazon where you can get 2 months of Sling TV for the price of one! This is also good for traveling because you can “watch on your television, tablet, computer or phone — anytime, anywhere.”

Amazon BOGO Free Month Stream Sling TV (New Customers)

Amazon BOGO Free Month Stream Sling TV

DEAL OF THE DAY

Sling TV lets you instantly stream the most popular live sports, shows, and movies for a low monthly price. No long-term contracts, no hidden fees, and easy online cancellation. Plus, watch on your television, tablet, computer or phone — anytime, anywhere. Take Back TV with Sling TV.

Watch the Best of Live TV – simple monthly pricing, no long-term contracts or hidden fees, and easy online cancellation.

Sling Orange – 25+ Channels:ESPN, AMC, CNN, HGTV, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, HISTORY, Disney Channel, ESPN2, TNT, Food Network, TBS, BBC America, Freeform, Adult Swim, IFC, A&E, El Rey, VICELAND, Lifetime, Travel Channel, Newsy, Bloomberg Television, Local Now, Polaris+, Maker, Flama and Galavisión.

Sling Blue – 40+ Channels: AMC, CNN, HGTV, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, HISTORY, TNT, Food Network, TBS, BBC America, Adult Swim, IFC, A&E, El Rey, VICELAND, Lifetime, Travel Channel, Newsy, Bloomberg Television, Local Now, Polaris+, Maker, Flama, Galavisión, FOX (select markets), NBC (select markets), FS1 (select markets), NFL Network, FX, USA, Bravo, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, FXX, Syfy, Nick jr, truTV, BET, National Geographic, Nat Geo WILD, Univision and UniMAS.

Orange + Blue – All channels from Orange & Blue

Bottom Line

If you have any experience with Sling TV, post a comment and let the rest of us know how you like it. If you want to give it a try, you can  get 2 months of Sling TV for the price of one today only.

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Comments

  1. First let me say that we cut the cable cord several years ago and opted to go with an over-the-air antenna and apps from a Roku player. Not only did cable get too expensive, but we found ourselves constantly searching the over 100+ channels and finding nothing of interest most of the time. It seems that the majority of TV now is stuffed with an overabundance of reality shows, cop shows and unfunny “sitcoms”.

    We took advantage of a Sling two-week free offer and then renewed for another month. I added Golf Channel to the package. But what we found was the same old selection and nothing to watch. And instead of airing commercials, Golf Channel splashes a message on the screen about being on a commercial break and plays really annoying music to go with it. Quite unnerving! We also found the Sling interface rather clunky and difficult to navigate.

    Anyway, we canceled and are back using our Roku player and its apps, our favorite being Acorn TV. Most of our on air watching is on PBS.

    Sling might be a cheaper alternative to cable, but the bottom line is that it has the same crumby channels that cable has, but on a lesser scale.

  2. I cut the cord about 7 years ago and went with Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu for a number of years via Roku plus local over the air channels. Since then Netflix has gotten worse. Amazon Prime is good but they don’t have a great way to sort movies from TV most of the time. Both Netflix and Amazon are getting worse as I would imagine it cost too much to have a better selection of movies so you end up with B movies and Asian movies which are Ok for some but not for me. The biggest thing we missed at first was The Weather Channel but that issue is now dead since The Weather Channel went all MTV and doesn’t seem to have much actual weather these days. It’s either hype over some storm or climate change preaching. We also missed ESPN, TBS, etc. for certain events like playoff baseball (Since MLB network doesn’t get post season games), Olympics, etc. We also missed Formula 1, Tour De France and Dakkar since NBC Sports was so hard to get. We seem to use Vudo and Crackle more lately. We also get good local channels like MeTV, etc. Cable folks come over to our house and are shocked at how clear our TV is in HD since it doesn’t get filtered through the cable company.
    Sorry to be long winded but we tried Sling early this year and found not much to watch other than ESPN. We are handicapped by DSL internet service at 10 meg and found it would time out and be laggy. We dropped it and then added it back for about a month in the Summer but now they offer more channels but also higher priced packages. You might as well subscribe to local cable or Directv. We dropped it again. I like Slingtv but just think it’s getting too expensive. If it was $15 to $20 a month for all the channels it would be OK.

    I’d say that Sling is a good deal for you if you have good 20meg+ internet and love sports. You get several channels of ESPN, NBC Sports, etc. Other than that it’s not that great. The big advantage is that you can add it for a short period and then drop it again. For example for the baseball playoffs or March Madness, etc. From a points perspective if you need all these channels you’d do better to just do the United or AA, etc. 30k, 25k sign up 2 year deal with Directv.

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