Sling TV continues to expand the list of reasons why it’s becoming one of the most popular streaming services on the market. Sling TV established itself early as one of the best values in the cable cutting market, offering a dozens of the most popular channels for just $25 a month – a fraction of what a cable subscription costs. To build on its growing popularity, Sling TV has just launched the new #SlingItOn sweepstakes which rewards existing customers for referring friends. What do you have to lose?

By referring a friend to sign up for a new paid Sling TV subscription, both you and your friend can receive $5 off your Sling TV subscriptions for the next three months. In addition to those discounts, you’ll be automatically entered into the #SlingItOn sweepstakes for a chance to win a free TCL 55” Roku TV with 4K UHD video and a build-in HDR. If you’re already streaming all of your video, why not watch on a TV designed from the ground up for streaming?

The #SlingItOn sweepstakes runs from November 5 through December 5 with winners being announced on December 13. To enter the sweepstakes, all you have to do is sign in to your Sling TV account at sling.com/account, then click on the “Win a TV’ banner on the right side of the screen. There, you’ll be able to refer as many friends as you want. For every friend that signs up for a new paid Sling TV subscription, you’ll gain one entry into the sweepstakes for winning a free Roku TV. The more friends you refer, the greater your chances.

If you’re more of the old-fashioned type, you can also enter the #SlingItOn sweepstakes by writing the sweepstakes name, your full name, shipping address, phone number, and your email address on a 5×7 index card and mailing it to the below address by December 5:

Sling TV c/o Promotions

9601 S Meridian Blvd

Englewood, CO 80112

Make sure you check out the official rules for the sweepstakes before entering, and happy referring!

Brett Tingley

Author Brett Tingley

Brett lives at the foot of the ancient Appalachian mountains in Asheville, North Carolina and writes about technology, science, and culture. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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