Sling Orange is based on the original $20-per-month package that launched last year. It only allows you to stream to one device at a time, but it’s required to access Disney-owned channels such as ESPN.
Sling Blue starts at $25 per month and allows streaming on three devices at once. While the channel lineup has some overlap with Sling Orange, it doesn’t include Disney-owned channels, and instead has offerings from Fox, NBC, and Viacom.
To make sense of it all, I’ve put together a chart that lists all of Sling TV’s channels and add-on packages. Below the chart, I’ll walk through some other things you need to know.
But here’s the tricky part: The channels in each add-on depend on the base package you’ve chosen. With Sports Extra, for instance, only Sling Orange subscribers can get ESPN channels, while only Sling Blue subscribers can get the Golf Channel.