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If you’re tired of subscribing to multiple streaming shows and still can’t make it to the Australian Open or the NFL playoffs this weekend, or just binge-watch when you want, you can try Sling TV. An underrated, budget-friendly streaming option for sports and live TV fans, it offers an unmissable deal.

This affordable live TV streaming platform offers access to over 40 channels, including ESPN, Disney, BBC America, Comedy Central, Discovery, MSNBC, NBC Sports, Syfy, FS1, TBS and Fox (based on your local channels ).

Right now, new Sling subscribers can get half off the first month of any Sling tier. That means you can tune in to the Australian Open, Premier League games, select nfl playoff gamesDiscovery Channel documentaries and more for just $20 this month.

Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) for the first month

How much does Sling TV cost?

Sling TV plans start at $40 per month, with the most expensive basic plan starting at $55 per month. You have the option to add special packages for an additional fee. In addition to half off the first month, new Sling TV subscribers can try any plan for free for three days.

Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) and up for the first month

For more tips on streaming live TV, we have a detailed guide all the best streaming options.

What to watch with Sling TV

Sports, Investigation Discovery shows, “Yellowstone” and other shows you can access through Sling.

Australian Open on Sling TV

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Tune into this year’s Australian Open live on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN+ with Sling TV’s orange tier.

Sling TV (Orange Tier), $20 (reduced from $40) for the first month

Major League Soccer on Sling TV

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As for the Premier League, Sling’s Blue tier will get you both NBC and USA for a relatively good deal.

The EPL season lasts for nine months, usually from August to May. During this time, the top 20 football teams in England play 38 matches each in the fight for the English title.

For full schedule of premier league gamescheck out our sister site CBS Sports. And for more on how to watch the Premier League this year, we’ve got a guide how to watch every football match.

Sling TV (Blue Tier), $20 (reduced from $40) for the first month

“The Price of Glee” on Sling TV


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The Price of Glee is a three-part limited documentary series that explores the alleged darkness on the set of Ryan Murphy’s 2009 musical mega-hit.

The Investigation Discovery documentary series (which was condemned by many members of the “Glee” cast.) consists of interviews with relatives and friends of the “Glee” cast, including the late Naia Rivera’s father and roommate Cory Monteith, as well as those who were on the set of or worked on the production of “Glee” during the six seasons.

Both Sling TV’s Blue and Orange tiers offer Investigation Discovery, so you can tune into that series on Sling.

Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) for the first month

Shows to watch with the Paramount Network app from Sling TV

Need a way to watch Yellowstone without a big cable bill? We’ve got you covered. Just add Paramount Network to your Sling TV package with the Comedy Extra add-on for $6.

Paramount network and Essentials are subsidiaries of Paramount.

‘Yellowstone’ on Sling TV


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Yellowstone tells the story of the Dutton family, owners of the largest cattle ranch in the United States, as they deal with near-constant conflict on the borders of their land. Starring Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly and others. The first four seasons of this western drama are available to stream on Peacock, and the fifth season is currently streaming on the Paramount Network.

“Yellowstone” Seasons 1-4, now streaming on Peacock

Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) for the first month

Shows to watch with the Showtime app from Sling TV

Add Showtime as a channel to your Sling TV subscription for $10 and watch the following popular series:

The Yellow Jackets

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This coming-of-age psychological thriller follows the horror and aftermath of a plane crash that leaves a high school girls soccer team stranded in the desert. The show switches between the violent past and the present day, 25 years later. The long-awaited second season of Yellow Jackets airs this March, so catch it while you still can.

“Yellowjackets,” now airing on Showtime

Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) for the first month



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One of Showtime’s longest-running series, Billions follows Chuck Rhodes (Emmy Award winner Paul Giamatti), a high-profile American attorney who has never lost an insider trading case. When evidence emerges against a respected hedge fund manager (Damien Lewis) for whom Chuck’s wife works, his black-and-white world turns gray.

“Billions” is now streaming

Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) for the first month

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