This new Sling TV promotion gets you first month access for just $10

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While more and more people are deciding to cancel their cable subscription everyday, on the off chance that you’re still paying hundreds of dollars to watch live and local TV, we may have a solution for you.

Sling TV — a no contract, live TV streaming app — is an awesome budget-friendly option for those who love to have the flexibility of cable television but don’t want to pay a fortune.

According to their website, you can save up to $79 a month, $954 every year and more than $4,700 every five years if you choose Sling TV over cable. These stats are based on the starting price for Sling programming versus the average cable monthly cost of $114.50 (reported by LRG in Pay TV in the U.S. 2019 on Nov. 5, 2019.)

Ahead find more information on how you get all the perks of traditional cable without the hefty price tag.

Sling TV, $10 first month, normally $35 monthly

Sling TV is already pretty reasonable (just $35 a month) but for a limited time the streaming platform is offering new customers a payout of just $10 for their first month. Plus, 200 hours of free DVR storage (normally it’s just 50 hours).

Note: After one month, you will be billed for Sling TV monthly at the everyday price unless you go online to cancel.

Depending on the plan you choose (Sling Blue, Sling Orange or both) you’ll gain access to dozens of popular TV channels like ESPN, E!, Freeform, FX, Cheddar, Lifetime, Bravo, HGTV, CNN and Discovery Channel to stream live news, sports and entertainment.

Sling doesn’t believe in charging you for local channels like ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX since you can get them for free on your own, so they are making it easier than ever to access it all. To get those free channels, the brand recommends Locast, a non-profit that streams local news channels for free, which Sling is integrating into your guide across a number of devices.

If you already own a Samsung Smart TV (produced between 2016 and onward) then the Sling TV app is already featured on your television. You can also, of course, download the Sling app on your favorite device including iPhones, Android devices, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Google Chromecast and more.

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