Get 5 Months Of Sling Orange & Blue (And Sports Extra) For $274

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A new Sling Season Pass is offering football fans the option to get 5 months of Sling Orange & Blue, as well as the Sports Extra add-on, for just $274 all-in. Although this is a good amount of money to spend up front, it does offer a saving of around 22% when compared to the usual prices.


The Sling Orange & Blue package typically costs $55 a month and combines all of the channels from the Sling Orange and Sling Blue plans. The Sports Extra add-on costs an additional $15 a month (when added to Orange & Blue) and unlocks access to a variety of sports channels, including NFL RedZone.

When purchased together, the Sling Orange & Blue package with Sports Extra costs a minimum of $70 a month. Over the course of 5 months, this bundle would result in a total of $350. As a result, the new Sling Season Pass promotion results in a saving of around $76 compared to paying monthly.


Basically, signing up for this Sling Orange & Blue with Sports Extra bundle at $274 is the equivalent to getting one of the five months for free. Considering football season is starting up soon, and runs four around 5 months in total, this deal will mostly have football fans covered through the regular NFL season.

For those that would prefer to test Sling TV out at a cheaper price, the live TV service is still running its popular half-off promotion. With this deal, new subscribers can sign up to either the standalone Sling Orange or Sling Blue plan for as little as $20 for the first month.

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Alternatively, they can sign up to the combined Sling Orange & Blue package for just $27.50 for the first month.

For football fans thinking of paying monthly, the Sling Blue (and the Sling Orange & Blue) plan includes access to NFL Network. As mentioned, NFL RedZone can also be added to the Sling Blue (or Sling Orange & Blue plan) by adding the $11/month Sports Extra add-on.

John Finn

By John Finn

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