Sling TV is once again offering a free preview of their service, this time on election night. All that is needed for the free view is a valid email address, no credit card info will be required.
Here’s all the info from Sling TV on their free streaming election night coverage:
We now know that Sling TV customers are highly engaged with the Presidential election, so we’ve decided to make election night completely free. After all, this only happens once every four years. Because we love giving our customers what they want, consumers can watch the Presidential election coverage free, on us – all day and night of the election. And this time, we’re throwing in something “Extra.”
Tuesday’s free preview includes Sling Orange and News Extra, meaning you get news from CNN, TheBlaze, Bloomberg, Newsy, Cheddar, and HLN all in one app, plus different perspectives from world news sources like BBC World News, Fusion, France 24, euronews, News 18, NDTV 24×7 and RT Network.
We know the whole world has been paying attention to this Presidential race, so we want to give new and existing Sling TV customers a global view on minute-to-minute election updates.
Watch American history in the making, LIVE
Free preview viewers can watch the election results as they come in, whether you’re at home or on the go, on all Sling TV supported devices, including televisions.
All of Sling Orange, FREE
The free preview will run from 9 a.m. ET Tuesday, November 8 through 4 a.m. ET Wednesday, November 9, allowing viewers to watch pre- and post-coverage of the election.
No credit card or payment required
The best part of this is, only a valid email address and password is needed. New Sling TV customers can sign up for the free preview beginning Tuesday at 9 a.m. ET, by visiting www.sling.com/watchfree. Must be 18 years or older to sign up for the free preview.
If you’re a current subscriber to Sling TV, we’ve got great news for you too! All subscribers to Sling Orange or Sling Blue will also receive a free preview of News Extra from 9 a.m. ET Tuesday, November 8 through 4 a.m. ET Wednesday, November 9.