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Sling TV Expands Rewards Program With More Invites, Prizes

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After launching a rewards program last month, Sling is now expanding the program to include more subscribers. At the same time, Sling is also increasing the grand prize and the overall number of winners.

The rewards program works by offering existing subscribers the chance to win cash rewards for simply watching movies, shows and other content. With this being a new program, however, Sling has so far been limiting the number of people that can sign up.

According to Sling, more subscribers are now being invited to take part in the rewards program. Existing subscribers can check to see if they’ve been invited by visiting the Sling Rewards website, signing in if required, and looking for the Rewards icon. If one is there, the subscriber is eligible to begin collecting reward entries to increase their chances of winning.

Speaking of which, $25,000 in prizes is up for grabs. This breaks down to include one grand prize of $10,000 (up from $5000 in the first round) and twenty $500 prizes. Another 125 people will receive a free month of Sling TV.

Every day we are looking for ways to improve Sling and its entire experience for our subscribers and users,” said Gary Schanman, group president, Dish Video Services. “Rewards allows us to show them how much fun Sling is. We are committed to providing our subscribers with the ultimate streaming experience, and stage two of Rewards is just another way we are delivering on that promise. We are only getting started, there is so much more planned for 2024.”

According to Sling, winners of this second Rewards stage will begin to be notified on or about March 19, 2024.

John Finn


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