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Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally back Sling TV, and you don’t ignore advice from Ron Swanson.
By Leah StodartMashable Shopping2019-04-18 16:15:01 UTC
Cable who? Streaming services are the move to get live channels for cheap, but there’s one problem: When you’re on a budget, $45/month still isn’t very reasonable.
Sling TV is here to say you’re not doomed to rewatch whatever’s on Netflix for the rest of your life. Usually $20/month, it’s one of the best streaming services out there — and now it’s even cheaper. For a limited time, Sling is offering 40% off three-month subscriptions, making each month just $15. That’s three months of Sling for the price of a single month of FuboTV or Hulu with Live TV.
(This deal was around at the beginning of March, and now it’s back. Take advantage this time.)
Sling Orange and Sling Blue have a good number of the same channels (like HGTV, CNN, and Comedy Central), but a few standouts may help you choose between the packages:
Sling Orange has Disney Channel, ESPN, and Freeform.
Sling Blue has FX, The Discovery Channel, and the NFL Network.
NBC and Fox come with Sling Blue in select markets, but CBS and ABC aren’t included. However, you can grab an HD antenna for less than 30 bucks and get your broadcast channels without a monthly payment. Unless you’re a hardcore live sports fan, you’ll be totally set.
Regularly $25/month, you can save 40% and get three months of Sling for $15/month — a total savings of $30.