If have been on the fence about joining Sling TV and want to try it out without giving up your credit card number, tomorrow is the day to do it. In hopes of getting people to try out the service before March Madness swings into gear, the streaming service is allowing access for three hours without a credit card. The only caveat? You need to use the Chrome browser to watch. Here’s the official details according to Sling TV’s Head of Marketing, Colleen Sugarman.
“Sound too good to be true? It’s not! Here’s how it works: once you start viewing the free preview of Sling TV in your browser, you can tune to TBS, truTV or TNT to watch the game of your choice. Once the three hours are up, you can enter your credit card information to sign up for a 7-day free trial of Sling TV and continue to watch the NCAA tournament completely free for the next week. Need a break from the basketball mania? New customers watching our three-hour free preview on their desktop can also check out channels like ESPN, HGTV, CNN and more on Sling TV.”
Getting three hours of free TV is just icing on top of the cake. You are still eligible for EVEN MORE free viewing after the 3 hours is up. This time, you will need a credit card but you can join their regular promotion of a Sling TV 7-day free trial offer. Also, if you have a friend who has a Sling TV subscription, you both are eligible for a cash kickback.