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Sling orange vs blue: What is the difference and Which is the Best plan

When deciding which half of the popular live TV streaming services to use, Sling Orange vs Blue is a common question. Both plans have different features, but Sling is the single best cable TV alternative thanks to its $35 Blue and Orange packages. Depending on the week (it seems) you sign up, you’ll receive either $10 off or 50% off your first month. The latter is better, and it’s happening now.

There is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to picking the right Sling Blue or Orange. Even though the NFL is currently off-season, pigskin fans know that NFL live streams require both, as FOX and NBC are on Blue while ESPN is on Orange. Are you looking for NBA live streams? If you want ESPN and TNT, as well as ESPN3 for the ABC games that will be simulcast, Orange is the best choice for you.

Sling Blue is perfect for viewers looking for a mix of news, entertainment, and NFL Network channels. A great option for ESPN and family-related viewing is Sling Orange. You can, however, get a package that includes both if you want it all.

Sling Orange vs Blue

Compare Sling Orange vs. Sling Blue plans


Sling OrangeSling Blue
Monthly price$35/mo. (50% off)$35/mo. (50% off)
Free trial lengthNANA
Number of channels30+40+
Number of simultaneous streams13
DVR storage50 free hours50 free hours
Offline viewingNoNo
Popular ChannelsCartoon Network, Disney Channel, Nick Jr.Bravo, E!, Discovery

Sling Orange vs Blue: What is the Sling Orange plan?

As of now, Sling Orange costs the same as Sling Blue – $35 per month. With Orange, you’ll have access to 32 live channels, including ESPN, Freeform, Disney Channel, and CNN.

Sling Orange focuses on family and sports viewing. It has many popular channels that overlap with Sling Blue, but it emphasizes those two genres more. Sling Orange offers channels such as Nick Jr., Disney Channel, FreeForm, and more for family viewing.

There is an even broader selection of sports programming, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and MotorTrend. Sling Orange offers 50 hours of free DVR space, but can only be streamed on one device at a time. Families or roommates sharing Sling TV accounts may find that particular feature a big drawback.

Sling Orange vs Blue: What is the Sling Blue plan?

With Sling Blue, you get access to 47 live channels for $35 a month. Blue does not include every Orange channel by default, for example, Disney and ESPN are not included. The service is multi-streaming, so you can access it on up to three devices at once with Sling Blue. A single account could be used by three people simultaneously, or you could record three shows while away, or you could mix and match.

NBC stations, such as NBC, USA, Bravo, and SyFy, are also available to Sling Blue subscribers. Fox News and MSNBC, which never agree on anything, are both available only on Sling Blue.

Sling Orange vs Blue: available channel


Sling BlueSling OrangeSling Blue + Orange
ESPNNoYesYes
AMCYesYesYes
CNNYesYesYes
FOX NewsYesNoYes
MSNBCYesNoYes
HLNYesNoYes
HGTVYesYesYes
Comedy CentralYesYesYes
Cartoon Network / Adult SwimYesYesYes
DisneyNoYesYes
HistoryYesYesYes
ESPN2NoYesYes
ESPN3NoYesYes
TNTYesYesYes
Food NetworkYesYesYes
TBSYesYesYes
BBC AmericaYesYesYes
FreeformNoYesYes
IFCYesYesYes
A&EYesYesYes
VicelandYesYesYes
FuseYesYesYes
LifetimeYesYesYes
Travel ChannelYesYesYes
AXS TVYesYesYes
NewsyYesYesYes
CheddarYesYesYes
Bloomberg TelevisionYesYesYes
Local NowYesYesYes
FoxYesNoYes
NBCYesNoYes
Fox SportsYesNoYes
NFL NetworkYesNoYes
NBA League Pass*Yes*Yes*Yes*
FXYesNoYes
USAYesNoYes
BravoYesNoYes
FS1YesNoYes
FS2YesNoYes
NBCSNYesNoYes
NBC RSNYesNoYes
FXXYes (with Blue’s Hollywood Extra)NoYes
Tribeca ShortlistYesYesYes
SyFYYesNoYes
Nick Jr.YesNoYes
Tru TVYesNoYes
BETYesNoYes
National GeographicYesNoYes
Nat Geo WildYesNoYes

Conclusion

Consider the $50/month when in doubt. A combo package that includes Sling Orange and Sling Blue. In addition to getting all the channels that Orange and Blue offer, you can also stream them across four devices with the combined channel package. However, the streams still break down the same way. Channels can only be viewed on one device at a time while Blue channels can be viewed on all four devices.

Most people would be better off opting for the $35 a month service that offers the most content for the money. That’s Sling Blue in this case.

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