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Are You Ready for March Madness? Check it all out on Sling TV!!

by Bill Sweeney
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In what might be the best sporting event of the season, college basketball will soon begin their fantastic annual playoff tournament everyone has now dubbed March Madness. It’s an awesome event where 64 teams try to win it all. The games can be crazy, with massive upsets left and right. I don’t watch college basketball at all until this tournament. No joke. If you agree, how can you not? If you’ve never experienced the chaos and excitement, check it out this year.  The best way to do it would be with Sling TV.

I wanted to share how to watch this year’s action on Sling TV:

  • NCAA Conference Tournaments – Get access to conference tournaments including the ACC, Big 12, Big East, Pac-12, SEC more on Sling TV with ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Fox Sports 1 and Fox. To learn more about Sling packages, visit our blog for more details.
  • NCAA Tournament Games –  The first four games will air on TruTV, available in the core Sling Blue service and in the Comedy Plus Extra for Sling Orange customers. All the way through the regional finals, Sling TV customers with an Orange or Blue subscription will have access to games on TBS and TNT.
  • National Semi-finals and Championship Game – Get access to your local CBS station with anRCA antenna, specially priced for Sling TV customers. For more details and how to take advantage of this deal, visit our blog.

For more information, please visit the Sling TV blog. Also, like Sling TV on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter (@Sling)! Let me know if you give it a shot. I think you’re going to love it…it’s THE BEST OF LIVE TV™!!!

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Are You Ready for March Madness? Check it all out on Sling TV!! was last modified: March 8th, 2017 by Bill Sweeney

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Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle March 8, 2017 - 3:25 PM

I have some friends who use Sling. I haven’t tried it, but we’ve been thinking about switching to that to lower our monthly expense with cable.

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