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If you’re a live TV fan looking for a reason to purchase Sling TV, then look no further than this year’s Black Friday deals on Sling TV. It’s been a tough year for a lot of companies, and they’ll be looking to make up a bunch of ground on Black Friday, aka the day after Thanksgiving, and Cyber Monday, which is the Monday after Thanksgiving. For 2020, Black Friday will be on November 27, while Black Monday will be on December 30. Sometimes the deals may bleed over into Thanksgiving Day as well.
At Cordcutting.com, we know how important it is to find good deals year-round, but especially on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Obviously, 2020 has been a year unlike any other (we hope), so we’re here to help you navigate the best Black Friday deals on Sling TV. Keep reading for everything we’ve found. We’re constantly updating this page as we hear about more deals, so it’s not a bad idea for you to go ahead and bookmark it as well.
We’ve seen great deals on Sling TV on prior Black Fridays, and we’re expecting that trend to continue in 2020. Deals will be announced as we get closer to Thanksgiving, and some deals may even be flash sales that are announced the same day they run.
What does that mean for you, the consumer who just wants to stream the best deals? It means you should pay close attention to our main page and check frequently as we get closer to some of the biggest shopping days of the year. You’ll find the biggest and best Black Friday deals on Sling TV right here, as well as on our social media pages.
Black Friday isn’t your only option for finding great deals on Sling TV. Black Friday isn’t just one day anymore, and truth be told, it hasn’t been for a while. You can often find great deals on Cyber Monday, a day devoted to online shopping. When you combine both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s like getting one long weekend’s worth of deals.
So what are the best deals on Sling TV this Cyber Monday? We’ve got the scoop below.
Black Friday is traditionally a day where people got up at 3 a.m. to stand in line outside a Best Buy or Walmart. But even before the pandemic, more and more people were shopping online rather than piling in the car and heading to a big box store. In 2019, consumers were more likely to go browsing for deals on their phones. In 2020, shopping online isn’t just about convenience; it’s about safety. Fewer people are willing to stand in long lines with a lot of people who may or may not be wearing masks,
In other words, retailers want you to do more of your shopping online this year. Walmart, for one, said in late September that it planned on releasing its deals “throughout the season” rather than all at once. Handling online traffic sounds a lot better than handling in-store traffic in many cases, though that varies a bit from store to store. Do your shopping from home and save yourself the trouble of figuring out if you washed your mask last night or not.
Of course, Sling TV doesn’t exactly have a storefront to begin with, so the comparison to retailers like Walmart only goes so far. But you should still expect them to put out a few surprise deals when you might not be expecting it. When they release a deal, you’ve got to be ready to jump, as it may not last long. Luckily, clicking on a deal online is way less intense than pushing through a crowd of people to try to get a 4K TV. The latter can get you trampled, but excessive clicking will, at worst, give you carpal tunnel syndrome.
Reading the fine print is always important when you’re looking for Sling TV deals, but it’s especially important during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you want Sling TV Orange, make sure you don’t accidentally sign up for a deal on Sling TV Blue, for instance. They’re both Sling TV products, but they have very different channel line-ups. You’ll only find ESPN and ESPN2 on Sling TV Orange, while NFL Network is only available on Sling TV Blue.
It’s also important to remember that a lot of these deals are aimed at customers who are either new or have been away from Sling TV for a while. If you just canceled Sling TV on Halloween, you might find it a bit harder to get a deal. It’s not impossible, but just be aware that these deals often come with a few limitations regarding who is or isn’t eligible. But don’t despair; just because you aren’t eligible for one deal doesn’t mean you won’t be eligible for the next one that pops up. Expect services like Sling TV to cast a slightly wider next this year to attract as many potential customers as possible.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two days streaming fans often look forward to, and for good reason. Finding a good deal on one of those days can feel like striking gold, and Cordcutting.com is here to help you mine all the best deals on Sling TV. After all, no one joins the cord-cutting trend to spend more money; you do it because it’s a faster, cheaper way to get all the content you love. That includes the live sporting events you’ll find on Sling TV.
Looking for a Sling TV competitor? We can help there. Sling TV has a lot of live sports and other great channels, but it never hurts to look around and make sure you’re not missing something. fuboTV is another solid option for sports fans, so check out our page on fuboTV Black Friday deals as well before you go.
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