Sling TV: How to Add Sling to Roku Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Add Sling TV to Roku and start streaming your favorite shows on Roku.

Roku Devices

Some of the very popular Roku devices are as follow:

  • Roku Express
  • Roku Express 4K+
  • Roku Ultra
  • Roku Streaming Stick+
  • Roku Streambar
  • Roku Streambar Pro
  • Roku TVs

What is Sling TV?

Sling TV is also a streaming service based in the US. It provides movies, TV shows and many more. Sling is a geo-restricted app and is only available in the US. That means Sling is not available for people living in countries other than the US. If you are living in the US and want to watch quality content, then Sling is the right choice for you. Sling is a paid service. Sling TV provides three different subscription plans. In this article, we are going to show you how you can add Sling to Roku and how you can cancel the subscription at any time.

Sling TV Subscription Plans

Sling offers three different subscription plans:

  • Sling Orange: The subscription cost is $20/month and features most of the popular sports channels.
  • Sling Blue: The subscription cost is $20/month and provides channels that are preferred for kids.
  • Sling Orange + Blue: The subscription cost is $35/month. This subscription plan combines the features of both the plans mentioned above.

Is Sling TV Available on Roku?

Yes, Sling TV is officially available on the Roku channel store but only for the US. So, if you are living in the US, you can add Sling to Roku by following the easy steps shown below.

How to Add Sling to Roku

Step 1

Connect your Roku device to your TV via HDMI cable.

Step 2

Switch your TV on and select the HDMI port to launch the Roku device.

Step 3

Sign in with your Roku account.

Step 4

Go to the home screen of your Roku device. Now select the option Streaming Channels.

Step 5

The Roku store will open. Now select Search Channels

Step 6

Search Sling TV by using the on-screen keyboard with the help of the Roku remote.

Step 7

Select the official Sling TV app from the search results and on the next screen, click +Add Channel.

Step 8

After that app will start to download and after installation, a message will appear saying Sling TV is installed. Click ok.

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How to Cancel Subscription of Sling TV

Cancel Subscription of Sling TV

If you want to cancel the subscription to Sling TV, you need to use a web browser. You can not cancel the subscription directly in the Sling TV app.

Step 1

Open a web browser and go to this link

Step 2

On the next screen, enter your login credentials and click the Sign in button.

Step 3

Now click the Cancel Subscription button on the screen.

Step 4

A pop-up will show, select Cancel Subscription.

Step 5

On the next screen, give the reason to cancel the subscription and click Cancel my Subscription.

Step 6

A pop-up will show saying your cancellation is confirmed.

Sling TV Problems and Fixes on Roku

Sling TV keeps freezing

This is a very common problem that occurs in Sling TV. It happens when the internet is not good enough to stream Sling TV. Try restarting the WiFi connection, it will resolve the issue.

Will Deleting the app Cancel my Subscription?

No, deleting or uninstalling the app won’t cancel your subscription. To unsubscribe you have to follow the steps mentioned above.


That was all about Sling TV and how to install and unsubscribe it on Roku. We hope we helped you in setting up the Sling TV app on Roku. Sling TV is officially available on the Roku channel store only for the US region, so you don’t need to do any screen casting or any other difficult procedure. Simply install the app from the store by acting upon the steps shown in this article. We tried our best to make it simple and effective at the same time. Still, if you have any confusion or difficulty regarding installing and unsubscribing Sling TV just shoot in the comment section. We are always here to help you out. You can also tell us in the comment section if you found this article helpful. Thank you!

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