Printable Sling Packages Comparison

We offer four Sling channel lineups and they all pack a lot of information into high quality, printable PDF documents (all are free to download).  The purpose is to compare Sling TV channel packages, add-ons and pricing for Sling Orange, Sling Blue and Sling Orange and Blue.

  1. All Sling Channels, by Package (“By Category”) — All Sling base stations, add-ons and free stations are provided as separate lists
  2. All Sling Channels, Combined (“All Stations”) — All Sling base stations, add-ons and free stations are provided as one big list
  3. “Sling Free” Channel List — Channel listing of all free stations offered by Sling (both live channels & VOD)
  4. Sling Sports Stations List — Listing of all sports channels.  Includes a breakdown of sports channels under the various sports-related Extras

To access the PDFs, just click on their images below

Color coding by station genre and sparse use of emojis help to identify and find specific channels.  The PDFs are also search friendly.  Finally, we rank the top-5 stations by what we believe to be the most entertaining.

For best results when printing, use thick-stock gloss or matte paper.  Colors look their best and are most bright and vibrant.  

If you’d like us to print for you, just let us know*.  We’ll bind it in a fancy blue linen-weave protective covers (see “hardcopy” image below).  Thoughtful gift! (*$30 fee applies)  Just send us an email with your request.

Our Sling Channel Lists are free to download.  

We are not affiliated with Sling TV or any other TV channel provider.

Sling TV Channel Breakdown


How to Order Sling TV

First off, Sling offers base channel packages on their own (as either OrangeBlue or Orange + Blue) .  Add-on packages, channels and a-la-cart stations (all of which are “extras”) help bolster the channel lineup (e.g. Heartland Extra, Sports Extra, Kids Extra).  Some of these add ons can be ordered in combos, and those are called “deals” (e.g., “Total TV Deal” and “4-Extras Deal”).

To order Sling, simply go to their homepage and start with the basic package you’d like.

Channel Selection for each Package, Deal & Extra Pack

We counted the number of stations in each Sling TV base package, deal and extra pack.  It gets confusing pretty quickly so this is why our PDF channel lineups are so helpful.  They list the exact stations that fall under each category.  We also included pricing to make it easier comparing Sling channel lineups.

In short, we can confirm the published channel counts on the Sling website are correct: 32 (Orange), 43 (Blue), 49 (Orange & Blue).   This information is provided in our PDF spreadsheets along with the channels and counts for the Sling TV Deals and Extras .

Schizoid Split: Blue vs. Orange

There is a schizoid split when it comes to sports channels in the two basic Sling TV packages.  ESPN, ESPN2 & ESPN3 come with Sling Orange, yet Fox Sports 1 and 2, as well as NFL Network, fall under Sling Blue.  To get around this purposely built conundrum, one is forced to get Orange + Blue or add Sports Extra.

Side Note: If you want to stream from more than one device, then you’re stuck paying for Sling Blue or Orange & Blue. 

TVs & Players
AirTV Mini
Amazon Fire
Android TV
Apple TV
Tivo Stream
Phones & Computers
Amazon Fire Tablets
Android Mobile
iOS 11
Mac OS
Windows 10
Gaming Consoles
Xbox Series X/S

Helpful External Links re: Sling TV Stations— An excellent recent writeup on Sling TV — Hear it from the horse’s mouth on Sling’s website — High quality website with similar and recent info (comparing Sling packages)