Sign Up For Three Months Of Sling TV, Get Free Roku Streaming Stick Or Half Off Amazon Fire TV

Just last month, Dish Network announced the launch of Sling TV, a live, over-the-top (streaming) television service that runs $20 per month. At the time, Dish said a number of hardware devices were expected to support Sling TV, including Roku players and TV models, Amazon Fire TV, and Amazon Fire Stick. Well, Roku added support from the get-go and today Amazon is welcoming Sling TV to the fold. Even better, there are discounts available for either platform.

If your preference leans towards Roku, you can receive 50 percent off the company's flagship Roku 3 set-top box or receive a free Roku Streaming Stick when you prepay for three months of Sling TV. To pick one or the other, just head here and follow the instructions.

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The same type of deal is available over at Amazon -- sign up and prepay for three months of Sling TV and you can choose between a $50 discount off Amazon's Fire TV set-top box, or receive Amazon's Fire TV Stock streaming dongle for free. You'll find instructions for both by clicking here.

This is a great deal for cable and satellite TV customers who have been thinking about cutting the cord. The more difficult choice is deciding between Roku and Amazon, and then narrowing that decision down to a set-top box or streaming dongle. If you have the funds, our advice is to opt for a set-top box, as they tend to be less sluggish and a little more feature-rich.