Sling TV has ended its long-standing offer of $10 for the first month of service and replaced it with a much shorter promotion. Now, new signups can no longer save that $25 off their first month but instead are just offered a 3-day free trial.
Sling TV first introduced the $10/month trial as part of a promotion in February and then brought it back in April where it’s been active ever since. The offer applied to both Sling Blue and Orange plans.
While the offer no longer stands, new customers wanting to try out everything Sling TV offers can take advantage of using the service for three days at no cost. Simply head to the Sling TV website and click on the 3-day free trial.
You can choose from Sling Blue or Sling Orange which are both $35/month or bundle them together for $50/month. Plus, right now you can get a Chromecast with Google TV for free when you sign up for Sling and prepay for 1 month.
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