Sling is an affordable way to follow March Madness

Sling TV is one of the most affordable ways to catch all the action. Sling TV is currently offering 40% off Sling Orange and/or Sling Blue service for the first three months, so new Sling TV customers can stream the games for as little as $15/month.

As we head into March Madness, here is a quick and easy breakdown of how Sling TV customers can catch the action:

  • Sling Blue customers can access all games on TBS, TNT and truTV ($25/month, or $15/month with new customer offer).

  • Sling Orange customers can access games on TBS and TNT ($25/month, or $15/month with new customer offer), and subscribe to Comedy Extra to access games on truTV ($5/month).

  • Sling TV customers with an OTA antenna can access games airing on CBS for free (dependent on geographic location) or sign up for a 7-day free trial of CBS All Access.

For those who can’t bear to miss a single free-throw, Sling TV is available on a variety of platforms including Chrome browser, so you can still watch during work hours! Here is also a tournament schedule for quick reference!

ROUND

DATES

TV INFORMATION

Selection Sunday

March 17

CBS

First Four

March 19-20

TruTV

1st/2nd Rounds

March 21/23

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

1st/2nd Rounds

March 21/23

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

1st/2nd Rounds

March 21/23

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

1st/2nd Rounds

March 21/23

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

1st/2nd Rounds

March 22/24

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

1st/2nd Rounds

March 22/24

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

1st/2nd Rounds

March 22/24

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

1st/2nd Rounds

March 22/24

CBS, TruTV, TNT, TBS

South Regional

March 28/30

CBS, TBS

West Regional

March 28/30

CBS, TBS

East Regional

March 29/31

CBS, TBS

Midwest Regional

March 29/31

CBS

Final Four, National Championship

April 6/8

CBS