Cord Cutting: Find Out How Much Sling Will Save You on Live TV

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With the entire country on lockdown, we’ve never been more grateful for TV. And thanks to Sling, you can catch all of your favorite channels and shows without giving your cable company another dime.

We first wrote about Sling in 2016. In 2017, we told readers it was the #1 way to watch the NBA without paying for cable. Last year, we named Sling the best TV streaming service for cord-cutters. We wrote about Sling again in early 2020 in our guide to the best cable TV alternatives.

Yet some of you are still paying for cable.

And, honestly, we feel bad for you.

Now, the TV streaming service has launched Slingucation, the ultimate cord-cutting resource. Slingucation has guides for anyone who’s still on the fence.

You can learn:

  • How to get local channels without cable
  • How to watch live sports without cable
  • Learn the biggest myths about cutting the cord

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What Is Sling? Stream Your Favorite Channels & Sports Without Cable

Sling is a live TV streaming service that lets you watch all of your favorite TV channels over the internet instead of via a cable connection. That includes live sports, one of the only reasons left to pay for your overpriced cable package. Or, at least, it will once sports return to our lives.

With Sling you can watch ESPN and ESPNU, Fox Sports, the Golf Channel, NBC Sports, the Olympic Channel, NFL Network, MLB Network, NHL Network and more premium sports channels — all while saving up to $70 a month compared to your cable bill.

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If you’re not into sports, Sling also unlocks access to Comedy Central, FX, Cartoon Network & Adult Swim, AMC and all the top cable channels. Basically, you can still watch all of your favorite TV shows without all the pain that comes from a monthly cable package.

Because no matter who your cable provider is, we know you hate dealing with their customer service. For incomprehensible reasons, it seems to be impossible for a cable company to offer customer service that doesn’t make you want to scream into a paper bag.

Fortunately, there really is no better way to watch TV. Sling has been leading the Cord Cutting movement for years, and there are so many reasons to start cutting.

Learn more about Sling and why you should #CutTheCord at Sling’s new resource page Slingucation. Even if you have an active cable package, Slingucation gives you all the info you need to make a change.

Find out if you could be saving money on live TV by visiting Slingucation, where you can also find info on what channels are available and how much it costs.

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