Sling TV is now letting you watch cable for free every single day

Sling TV's new 'Happy Hour' is half right…it actually lasts for seven hours, but it does make us very happy indeed!

While the country is locked down and the nation is clambering for enthralling TV to watch to , streaming service Sling TV is giving cord cutters a treat by making its Blue package absolutely free to watch between 5pm and midnight ET every single day.

Head to Sling's website to watch – no credit card details needed 

So that means cable channels like Fox, NBC, USA, Bravo, TBS, FX, Syfy, Bloomberg TV, Fox News, Headline News, National Geographic, Comedy Central and MSNBC will all be available to watch live.

If you're fan of shows such as Deadliest Catch, Real Housewives, Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Better Call Saul and have been wondering how you're going to watch them, your ticket just came in. It includes more than 50,000 on-demand titles and movies, too, so lockdown is about to become a lot less boring.

This isn't a free trial and there's no commitment, contracts or payment details required – you can simply get seven hours' free daily access to the Sling TV Blue service without paying a penny.

And the offers don't stop there, as the the provider is also giving a $10 discount on all of its plans and offering a free Amazon Fire TV Stick if you prepay for two months.

Is Sling TV any good?

It's definitely got TechRadar's approval! We love the fact that it allows you to customize your favorite channels on the app, and it's on-demand programming along with movies that you can rent is pretty handy.

Not to mention that you can watch it on any device that can stream the app – this includes your tablet, phone, laptop, smart TV etc, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and many more. 

What we also find it quite refreshing that there are no sneaky fees or long-term contracts – you just pay a flat fee for the this TV streaming service

Want to find out more? Make sure you check out our Sling TV review

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