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How to Get Sling TV For $20 a Month

Sling TV’s base packages begin at $25 a month, but you can get one for $20 a month for the next three months under the streamer’s new referral program. In addition, you could win a new 55-inch TCL 4K TV with Roku inside. 

The live streaming service, which is owned by Dish, has just announced that if you refer a friend to Sling TV, both you and the friend will get $5 a month off the subscription for the next three months. You also will both be entered in a drawing for the new TCL set, which is valued at $349.

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Here’s how the program works:

1) Sign in to your Sling account on sling.com/account.
2) Click on the ‘Win a TV’ widget on the right side of your screen.
3) Then, fill out the form to refer your friend. Entries are unlimited, so the more friends you refer, the better your chances are of winning the television.

The $5 a month discount for the next three months will go into effect after your friend subscribes to a paid Sling TV account. But take note: You can only get one $5 discount per monthly cycle up to 12 months.

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You may also enter the TCL sweepstakes by writing the sweepstakes name, your full name, shipping address, phone number, and email address on a 5×7 index card and mailing it to the address below by Dec. 5:

Sling TV c/o Promotions
9601 S Meridian Blvd
Englewood, CO 80112

Sling’s Orange plan starts at $25-a-month and includes ESPN and roughly 30 cable networks. The Blue package costs $25-a-month, and includes more than 40 channels including live network feeds in select markets as well as several Fox channels.

The new Sling TV referral program run from November 5 through December 5.

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— Phillip Swann

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