Win 3-months of Slacker Radio premium service!
Yo! We’ve got three 3-month Slacker Premium accounts burning a hole in our virtual pocket. You want one? Sweet! All ya gotta do is tell us which musician, band, or artist you would listen to first if you won. You’re answer could be anything across any genre – we don’t care. Frankly, we’re looking for something new to listen to around the office.
Slacker’s Premium accounts run $9.99 a month an include a host of features and options that are definitely worth the price. We’ve enjoyed their services over the last few years and appreciate the ever-growing list of music and news options. Heck, the last few months alone have yielded Live ESPN stations, Roku integration, and custom stations based around holidays and events (St. Patrick’s Day, Summer Olympics, etc).
Slacker Premium features include:
- As many skips as you want across all stations, on web or mobile.
- Cache your favorite stations on your mobile phone’s memory card.
- Ad-free listening on the web, on your mobile phone and anywhere else you sign in to listen to Slacker Radio.
- ABC News station features up-to-date reports including, world news, entertainment, sports, business and more.
- Fully-personalize ESPN stations to prioritize updates from favorite teams and sports.
- Full lyrics so you can read the words and sing along .
- On-demand access to the Slacker music library. Subscribers can listen to specific songs, full albums, single artist radio stations, and more
Win one of three 3-month Slacker Premium subscriptions!
Hit the comments below and tell us which artist or song you’d listen to first if you won. We’ll run this contest for around three days and will choose our winners on Friday, August 10. We’ll email the winners and get you a license!
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