With el Clásico and the 2018 FIFA World Cup just around the corner, Sling Latino has expanded its offerings to include the Universo channel which, when added to the other networks available, makes it worth considering for a cord cutting option that’s just $10 per month.
Sling TV offers so many possibilities to pick and choose the channels that you want. But if you’re looking for a way to save money this summer and not miss out on the World Cup, Sling Latino could be your ticket. For example, you can watch 58 out of the 64 World Cup games via your local over-the-air Telemundo station for free. The other eight games will be shown live on Universo, which is a channel only available via cable, satellite or select streaming providers. Sling Latino offers Universo, so you won’t miss a game. Also worth noting, Universo will have a replay of the World Cup game of the day that’ll be shown every evening.
Sling Latino also includes beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Español so you can watch the Sunday, May 6th el Clásico between Barcelona and Real Madrid.
The full lineup for Sling Latino now features the following soccer-related channels: Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMas, Universo, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Espanol and Galavision, as well as other channels including Azteca, BabyTV Espanol, Bandamax, Cbeebies, Cine Sony, Cinelatino, De Pelicula, De Pelicula Clasico, El Financiero Bloomberg TV, Estrella TV, FOROtv, History en Espanol, Hola TV, Inti Network, NTN24, Pasiones, Telehit, Vme kids and Zee Mundo.
The best part is that the Best of Spanish TV package is available for just $10 per month as a standalone service. When combined with Sling Orange, Sling Blue and/or any other Spanish-language service from Sling TV, Spanish-language services are eligible for a $5 multi-service discount.
Sign up for the 7-day free trial to Sling Latino to see if it’s right for you.