New Sling TV Subscribers Now Save $10 When Signing Up

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Sling TV is currently offering new customers a $10 discount on the first month of any of its live TV plans. Sling TV is already an affordable option for live TV, so the ability to save even more on the cost of the first month offers new users an extra incentive to try the service.


Unlike some of the other popular live TV streaming services, Sling TV isn’t one to generally offer free trials throughout the year. While it is still possible to get a free trial, it is likely to only be a few days at best. Due to this, saving on the first month is often a better option than a free trial.

And that’s exactly what’s now available to new users. Anyone currently signing up to either Orange, Blue, Or Orange & Blue through the Sling website will save $10 on the cost of the first month. This promotion is only available to new users, so those returning to Sling won’t be able to take advantage of the same discount.


No discount or promotional code is needed to save the $10. Instead, new users will simply see the cost of the first month reduced when signing up and checking out.

Considering the Sling Orange and the Sling Blue plans start at $40, this deal brings the cost down to just $30 for the first month. Likewise, with the combined Sling Orange & Blue plan starting at $55 per month, the current deal takes the price down to $45 for the first month.

It is worth noting that Sling TV was previously offering a half-off deal which reduced the cost of any of these plans even further for the first month. That promotion has now officially ended, however, with the $10 discount now taking its place.


As per usual, automatic billing will be in effect, so subscribers will need to manually cancel the subscription before the end of the first month if they want to avoid automatically being charged the higher rate for the second month.

John Finn

By John Finn

John started Streaming Better to help consumers navigate the live TV streaming and subscription service landscape. John has been editing and writing about technology and streaming for online publications since 2014, and believes the best streaming approach is to rotate between services as needed.

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