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4 Things To Know Before You Sign Up for Sling TV
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If you’re tired of paying a big cable bill each month, you may find that cutting the cord and subscribing to Sling TV  is a great money-saving solution in 2022.To get more news about 39bet-đua ngựa-máy bắn cá-tỷ lệ nhà cái-kéo cầu tài xỉu-baccarat, you can visit official website.

This live TV streaming service is an option for people looking to leave the cable company behind for good. Others include YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV.
Sling offers two different channel packages. Each starts at just $35 per month, but the best deal for the service may be to get both packages for $50 per month.If you are looking for a way to both cut the cord and beat the pricing from YouTube TV or Hulu + Live TV, picking one of Sling TV’s packages may be your best cost-saving move.

You can purchase either Blue or Orange as a standalone product for $35 per month. If you’d like the benefits of both, you can buy the combination package (Orange + Blue) for $50 per month. (Note: You may be able to qualify for a discounted rate as a new user.)

Sling’s pricing has caught the attention of money expert Clark Howard. It’s $15-$30 per month cheaper than its top live TV streaming competitors, which have settled into the $65 per month range.Clark is not currently a Sling TV subscriber, but he says he would seriously consider it as a cost-saving measure if not for the other members of his family: They strongly prefer the functionality of YouTube TV.

The line in the sand appears to be the ESPN family of networks. Sling Orange has them, and Sling Blue does not. Since ESPN channels are expensive for the streaming providers, the Orange package has an otherwise stripped-down menu.

Sling Blue doesn’t offer ESPN channels, but it offers more channel options for the same price. Instead of ESPN, you’re able to get channels such as FOX News, MSNBC, Discovery, Bravo and your local NBC or FOX affiliates.

For an additional $15 per month, you can skip the comparison between Orange and Blue. Sling Orange + Blue is $50 per month and offers all of the channels of both $35 packages.

When looking at the channel menu below, you may notice that only NBC and FOX affiliates are offered with the Blue and Orange + Blue packages. That means you’re completely out of luck if you want to watch your local ABC and CBS channels with Sling. If you’re looking for access to local channels, we have some ideas that won’t break the bank. (More on local channels coming up later in the article.)



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