By now, everyone’s practicing social distancing, meaning we’re (hopefully) all staying the hell away from one another as we deal with this worldwide pandemic that’s going around. That means there aren’t any live sports. It means we’re trapped inside. And it means we’re spending hours in front of our TVs just hoping for something compelling to watch.
For those having a difficult time with all this isolation, there’s a simple solution: Sling TV.
Currently running an insane deal right now for new customers in their first month — as in $20/month, which is $10 off in the first month — Sling TV‘s bringing more options to you during this time of uncertainty and distress. If you realize there’s nothing good to watch on cable right now, that’s because there isn’t, so don’t you think it’d be smart to cutdown on costs and get some TV shows and movies you really want? We think so.
Since there’s no better time than now to Sling, here are some *details about the dope offer they’ve currently got going on.
- Bonus Locals Bundle – $49.00
- Better Locals Bundle – $99.00
- Best Locals Bundle – $149.00
Did you know Sling TV carries more than 10,000 hours of Video-On-Demand Content? If that won’t fill up your time while social distancing, we don’t know what will.
Sling TV is available through a simple app download on a Roku, Amazon or Android device, or by visiting sling.com on a Chrome, Safari or Edge browser. In addition to its available free content, Sling TV offers a variety of today’s most popular channels, including CNN, FOX News and MSNBC, among others.
So stop the isolation insanity and get yourself Sling TV now to binge nearly everything you ever wanted, while cutting down on costs during these stressful and uncertain times.
*Sign up and prepay for 3 months of Sling and get: one AirTV Mini to stream your favorite shows and channels, an HD antenna to get FREE locals, and an AirTV 2 to integrate local channels like ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, and more into your Sling channel guide.
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