Sling TV is giving America another reason to shelter in place with its new Sling TV deal. And you don't need to worry about getting billed: there's no credit card required for this offer.
From now through April 12 (the offer was recently extended), new Sling TV subscribers can get a 7-day trial of Sling Blue for free. (After the trial Sling Blue costs $30/month). What makes this different from their normal trial is that no credit card info is required. However, if you're ready to prepay for your first two months, Sling TV gives you a free Amazon Fire TV Stick for that commitment.
Sling TV Blue: 7-day free trial w/ no credit card required
Sling TV is offering a free 7-day trial of its Sling Blue service. It gives you access to 45+ channels like USA, Bravo, CNN, AMC, HGTV, and more. Plus, you get the ability to stream on three devices and 10 hours of DVR. Offer is valid through April 12 and no credit card info is required. View Deal
Sling TV is an attractive option for cord cutters who want to ditch their expensive cable TV package. They offer three plans: Sling TV Blue, Sling TV Orange, and Sling TV Orange + Blue. While it's outside of this trial window, the next Rick and Morty season 4 episodes will be available on both Blue and Orange, as Cartoon Network is on both.
This Sling TV deal is for Sling TV Blue, which includes access to channels like CNN, MSNBC, Bloomberg, Cheddar News, AMC, and Bravo. After your trial, you can opt to stick with Sling Blue, cancel, or try their top-tier Sling Orange & Blue plan, which costs $45 per month. It includes access to all channels on the Sling Blue and Sling Orange plans as well as 10 hours of Cloud DVR storage (free) and the ability to record multiple shows at once. Sling Blue also allows for streams on up to 3 devices at the same time.
Moreover, if you subscribe and pay for two months of Sling TV (any package), you'll also get a free Amazon Fire TV Stick. In our Sling TV review, we loved the service for its low cost and the ability to add on extra channels.
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