Sling TV: FREE Roku Express When You Prepay for 2-Months of TV Service (Starting at $19.99/Month)

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Time to cut the cable bill?

For a limited time, Sling TV is offering new customers a FREE Roku Express whenever you sign up and pre-pay for two months of Sling TV Service starting at just $19.99/month!

To sign up, be sure to go here and click on the blue banner and select the service that you’d like to purchase – the Roku Express will then be deducted in your cart. That means you can score a Roku Express and access to over 30 popular channels for as low as just $39.98 for 2 months!

Note that after one month, your credit card will be charged monthly for applicable subscription until you cancel your service. You can cancel online or by calling 1 (877) 811-4788. Programming fees are charged monthly in advance and no credits or refunds will be issued for partial or prepaid months after cancellation.

Sling TV lets you stream your favorite live shows and on-demand entertainment on your TV, tablet, phone, or computer, without the hassles of extra equipment, long-term contracts, or hidden fees.

You can get the channels you want, top features like video replay, and the freedom to cancel easily online – all for a simple low price. Just sign up, download the app & start watching your favorite shows instantly.

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  1. melanie

    Has anyone tried this service?

    • momof7

      We have doing tb and it’s worth it for us. $20 & no contract. Plus hgtv, travel, history, Disney, tbs, comedy central, all the espn channels, etc are on there. Often they’ll have a free weekend HBO or other channels for free, too.

    • Scrotchy

      Awesome! To have good success my sure your internet is FAST.

  2. Angel

    Anybody else having issue signing up? Entering my cc info but keeps clearing out and asking for it again after I press finish and submit.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Darn! Are you on a mobile device? If not, be sure to try it in a different browser. Hope this helps!

      • Angel

        Just called Sling and they said this is an old promo and they would not honor it. The current promo is prepay 2 months and you get a free Roku Express Stick.

        • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

          Hi there! I just updated the links above and find the promo to be valid now as I click through. Hope this helps!

    • melanie

      Im having the same problem

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Bummer! Are you able to switch to a different browser?

    • Steph

      We use sling (have for around a year or more) and love it!

  3. Utah

    We have had Sling for about 5 months now. We like it quite well! Saves us a lot of 💰🤗

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Awesome! Happy to hear how much it has helped you save!

  4. Daniela

    Sling solves most of my tv problems except sports. Have to go to bar or friends house to watch important soccer and baseball games. Between Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Sling, I am covered. For $475 I watch tv the whole year. With Dish, I was spending 1500. DIRECTV 1800.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the helpful review! Glad to hear you have been able to save with Sling!

  5. Jenlev16

    We have sling and love it! Especially for the price, can’t beat it. Also there’s no contract, so you could always try it for a month and if you don’t like it, cancel!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Sweet! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Karen

    My husband has been talking about sling TV. I’m curious about how well it works. I’ve heard that some popular shows (such as The Walking Dead) sometimes don’t work… is this true?

    • megan

      I had no issue watching TWD when I had sling.

  7. momof7

    We have doing tb and it’s worth it for us. $20 & no contract. Plus hgtv, travel, history, Disney, tbs, comedy central, all the espn channels, etc are on there. Often they’ll have a free weekend HBO or other channels for free, too.
    We steam it on our xbox one with only needing to close and Teton sometimes to reset sling. I do wish we could have more than one device connected for free.

    • momof7

      Oh, and we’ve had it since before it wss available for everyone.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      How cool! Glad to hear how well it has worked for you! Thanks for sharing your experience!

  8. Laura

    We had sling before we switched to Direct TV Now, and Direct TV Now is SO much better.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the honest feedback Laura!

  9. jenn

    How many devices can you use ? Or is this tv only

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Hi Jenn! Here is what I find in the details: “The number of devices that may be allowed to watch simultaneously will depend on which services you purchase. If you subscribe to our Sling Orange service, you can watch only one stream at a time.” Hope this helps!

  10. Heidi Winn

    For those of you that have cut the cable cord, how much GB does your internet service include? With 6 people in my household, we can use over 400GB per month. Anyone else have this problem? I want to cut the cord, but wondering if the internet bill makes it all just a wash?

    • Rebecca

      We have Cox & their cap is 1TB, so we never come even close. I think Comcast is the same. It’s like $10 per 50GB if you go over that, but I’ve never known anyone who has lol.

  11. Shelby

    We had Sling briefly. Seems like a good deal to try it. We found it didn’t stream very smoothly. Switched to PS Vue. It’s a little more expensive but works a lot better. Has better sports options too if you are missing that post cord cutting. You do not need a PlayStation to watch Vue. It will work on your Roku Stick that you get free for trying Sling.

  12. deb

    Only Thing I don’t like about direct tv Now it takes them forever to put the new shows on demand! Sling tv puts them on right Away! Don’t know why direct tv now takes for ever!!!

  13. Brandy

    I made a promise to myself that I would “cut the cord” at the beginning of this year. Since January I have used a Roku Premier device and a combination of services. I can honestly say that after the learning curve I would never choose to pay for DirecTV ever again. We have been able to watch all of our regular shows (& our kids their documentaries and cartoons). I love the fact that I can change services whenever I choose (as in, we’ll be switching over to PlayStation Vue for the summer) and I have calculated that I could* have a subscription to every* streaming service and still save nearly $50 as month. With what I have now we are saving over $100 as compared to our bill with DirecTV. That’s an easy $1200. added to our savings this year! It has absolutely been worth all of the reading and comparing I did before switching!

    • mike

      Who is your internet provider and cost? I need internet for $50 or less for “cutting the cord” to be feasible. Stuck with Comcast in Ca.

      • Rebecca

        Little over $50 but I have Cox & pay $64 (including all taxes & fees) for 50Mbps plus basic cable & HBO & Starz. I’m in NW FL though, I don’t know what providers you have there.

      • Brandy

        Mike, I’m in Texas. I have Suddenlink on an unlimited data plan (100mbps speed) and stream on 2 Rokus, 3 tablets, & 2 cell phones at any given time and pay a bit over $60 including taxes. My DirecTV bill had skyrocketed though…and they wouldn’t offer me a fair/reasonable new contract rate. The internet cost added my streaming service(s) is still $100 cheaper than my bill with DirecTV. I know that won’t be the same for every viewer, but with quite a bit of reading/comparing on my end; it really did make the most sense. Hope this helped!

  14. Rebecca

    We tried Sling before & weren’t impressed. If you’re used to having a DVR & rarely watch things when they air, then you probably won’t enjoy Sling. PlayStation Vue is $30 per month but so much better, in our opinion. You can watch things live but also have an amazing DVR function, which we definitely need. Honestly though, if it weren’t for my husband’s WWE obsession, we would watch everything on Kodi & save that $30 a month.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the feedback Rebecca!

  15. Carrie A.

    My husband and I are very interested in “cutting the cord”! My question is what speed of internet does all this streaming require? It seems like we will be paying a fortune just to get the right internet speed!

    • Rebecca

      I think when I was looking into it before that I read 10Mbps should be sufficient. We have 50Mbps just because I got a crazy good deal on it, but really I think anything over 25Mbps is just overkill.

  16. Shana

    We “cut the cord” last May and have not looked back! We have Sling and really like it! BUT I miss my Hallmark channel! As far as I know you can only get it through a service provider (Dish, DirecTV) and that makes me sad!!

    • Rebecca

      DirecTv Now has it, and it appears it’s also an add-on for Sling(one of the lifestyle packages).

  17. April

    I have had Sling since December 2016 and cut cable in 2014 and then again in 2016. I have an amplified antenna in the living room.

    First off, I had my eye on Sling for months before giving it a try. After getting a Roku Premiere+ as a present, I got the Roku Express deal for my daughter. I think they stopped the Roku stick and Premiere and transitioned to Express and Premiere+ because we were given a Premiere that looked like it was hidden in the storage closet (dusty and scuffed box).

    Loved Sling but hated E! and another channel for not having actual commercials and music on loop during breaks. Yes…I want commercials. Live stream is fine and no issues. From what I understand one stream at a time with orange and three streams with blue. If you buy both, still the same.

    If you don’t like it, you still have a Roku with numerous apps!

    At first I had the Sling Blue with 2 add-ons. We cancelled for 2 months (to see how we felt without it) and they offered (multiple times) us a Premiere+ with 3 month prepaid service. They recently added an add-on package where you get 4 for the price of 2. So I have Blue plus the 4 for 2 add-ons for $35 a month. This time around is better.

    Depending on your location, you may get local channels. I get Fox and a bunch of local sports channels (good for during college football season for me!).

    Not all shows are On Demand but the ones I like are usually available. We also have had Netflix and Hulu for years. Just got Amazon Prime for shipping but the streaming is a huge plus. I am fortunate that I had an Xfinity log in from living with my parents and we all use each other’s streaming services.

    Our internet package is large ($75 a month with Spectrum) because my husband plays PS4 with his brothers once or twice a month. With 3 Rokus, a PS4, a WiiU, 2 kindles, and 2 cell phones…yeah we need it for the weekend and family gatherings.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks so much for sharing your experience and helpful tips!

  18. Theresa

    What plan do i need, to see 3 tvs at same time?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Looks like Sling Blue will allow streaming on multiple devices at once. ($25/month) You can click on “pricing” for more details when clicking through the link above. Hope this helps!

  19. Ben

    The Roku Express and the Roku Steaming Stick are two completely different products. You should revise and note the proper product, as the one you name doesn’t exist.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the feedback Ben! Just updated!

  20. Carol Cuellar

    Hi is the promo still going on? I see the posts from March so am wondering. Thanks

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