Now that the Super Bowl is over it’s time to get ready for the XXIII Winter Games in PyeongChang and Sling TV is able to get all the coverage you need.
With must of Americans saying goodbye to those high cable and satellite bills Sling TV is coming to the rescue to make sure
that you have all of the coverage you need for the Olympic Winter Games that starts on February 8th!
If you head over to Sling TV and subscribe to the Sling Blue service, you get the following channels:
- NBC – Catch live daytime and primetime coverage of events like ski jumping, alpine skiing, luge and more on NBC in select markets on Sling TV.
- Customers can check to see if they receive a live, local NBC feed by visiting the Sling TV Help Center and entering their zip code.
- Customers who are not in a market with access to NBC on Sling TV can still receive local channels, including NBC, for free in HD with an OTA antenna (local broadcast channel availability varies based upon geography). Find out if you are eligible for an OTA deal from Sling TV by visiting sling.com/devices/antenna.
- NBCSN – All Sling Blue customers can watch over 350 hours of almost every sport, including figure skating, snowboarding, hockey and more on NBCSN.
- CNBC – Sling Blue customers can subscribe to News Extra for $5 per month to get access to events like curling and hockey on CNBC.
- USA Network – All Sling Blue customers have access to USA Network, featuring Olympic coverage of curling and hockey, at no extra cost.
Now hurry up and head over to Sling TV right now to sign up and get your Olympic coverage all at a low price. Trust me when I say this that once you sign up and use the service you’ll be asking yourself why didn’t you sign up sooner.