A free subscription to MLB.TV could be just a few clicks call away – depending on your phone carrier.
MLB and T-Mobile announced the continuation of a juicy promotion available to T-Mobile customers, who can get complimentary streaming access to every game during the 2023 MLB season for those who take advantage of the deal. MLB and T-Mobile ran the same promotion in 2022.
MLB.TV, a streaming service that provides subscribers access to out-of-market games throughout the entire season, has proved a valuable resource to a wide array of baseball fans – especially those who live outside the TV market of their favorite team.
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Here’s how fans can get access to a free MLB TV subscription for the 2023 season:
How to watch MLB games for free
The easiest way to watch MLB games for free during the 2023 season is to take advantage of T-Mobile’s MLB.TV promotion.
T-Mobile customers or anyone who switches their phone carrier to T-Mobile during MLB’s opening week can redeem an offer for a complimentary 2023 subscription to the MLB.TV service.
Here’s how to redeem the offer:
- Download the T-Mobile Tuesdays app onto your mobile device.
- Between March 28 and April 4, tap “Redeem” on the MLB.TV promotion in the app.
- When prompted, enter your login credentials or register an MLB.TV account.
- Download the MLB.TV app to your mobile device to stream out-of-market games during the 2023 season.
How much does MLB.TV cost?
A year-long subscription to MLB.TV costs $149.99 for the 2023 season. The service allows users to stream out-of-market games but has restrictions and blackouts on some games broadcast nationally or in the same local TV market as the user.
MLB.TV also features a library of on-demand games and videos. Baseball fans can also stream one pre-selected game each day even without an MLB TV subscription.
Is MLB.TV included with Amazon Prime?
MLB TV is not free to Amazon Prime customers. However, it is a package users can subscribe to with Prime Video Channels.
Singe-team packages, a subscription tier that only allows users to stream the out-of-marker games of one team, go for $129.99 via Prime. All-access subscriptions cost $24.99 per month.