With the NCAA tournament right around the corner, we can hardly wait to tune in to exciting buzzer beaters and major upsets this March. Between the upcoming conference tournaments and exciting first and second round games, Sling TV has the NCAA action every basketball fan needs, whether you’re tuning in on the big screen at home or on your Google Chrome browser at work (shh…we won’t tell!). And with our new customer offer of 40% off base services, you can get access to the games for as little as $15 per month.
Here’s how Sling Orange and/or Sling Blue subscribers can catch NCAA tournament action this year:
- Sling Blue ($25/month, or $15/month with new customer offer): as the most affordable way to watch tournament games this year, Sling Blue gives you access to games on TBS, TNT and even TruTV – so you can watch the opening round play-in games on March 19. Plus, watch conference tournaments like Big East on FS1 and FOX (select markets).
- Sling Orange ($25/month, or $15/month with new customer offer): With a Sling Orange subscription, you’ll be able to watch ESPN’s 24-hour Tournament Challenge Marathon, dedicated to bracket insights, predictions and analysis on March 18 across ESPN and ESPN 2. Add Sports Extra ($5/month) to your subscription to catch top conference tournaments like Pac-12 on ESPN and Pac-12 Network, SEC on ESPN and SEC Network, Big 12 on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU and more. You can watch NCAA tournament games on TBS and TNT, and to watch games on TruTV, add Comedy Extra to your Sling Orange subscription for $5/month more.
When the tournament kicks off, keep an eye out for a basketball schedule integrated into the beginning of your channel guide, so you can quickly view a full schedule of games directly in the Sling app. To access our Game Finder tool online, visit sling.com/gamefinder.
Can’t miss out on semi-finals and championship game on CBS? Check out these options below to complement your Sling subscription:
- OTA antenna: with an over-the-air (OTA) antenna, select Sling TV customers can also watch games on CBS completely free (local broadcast channel availability varies based on geography). See our OTA antenna deals at sling.com/supported-devices/antenna.
- Locast: If you live in Denver, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Houston or Dallas, you can watch local channels like CBS for free using the Locast app on supported devices like Roku and Fire TV, or by visiting locast.org.
- CBS All Access: Subscribe to the CBS All Access app on devices like Roku, Apple TV and more to watch all the live games on CBS. By signing up for a 7-day free trial, you can watch the semi-finals and championship at no cost.
You can find a full schedule of NCAA tournament games on Sling TV on our blog. To keep up with the latest announcements, bookmark this blog, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter (@Sling) and Instagram (@Sling)!
Vice President of Programming, Sling TV