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Every MLB game is free for T-Mobile customers this season

by Justin Herrick | March 20, 2018March 20, 2018 1:00 pm EST

Baseball fans will want to switch to T-Mobile if they’re not already with the magenta-loving carrier. Every out-of-market regular season game in 2018 is available to stream on any device for free. Others will be forced to pay north of $100 for their subscription, but you’re able to get the same benefits without paying a single penny.

T-Mobile announced that it will continue giving customers access to MLB.TV and MLB At Bat Premium at no extra cost.

Claiming your free subscription isn’t difficult. Make sure you have the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on your iOS or Android device and snatch the freebie starting on March 27. It’ll only be live for that week; therefore, it might be wise to set a reminder. Sign up for MLB.TV by April 2 and now you’ll get to enjoy unlimited baseball from anywhere. If you’re trying to stream an in-market game, you’ll have to go through that regional sports network’s app.

The MLB At Bat app is where you’ll be watching games on your phone or tablet, and MLB.TV itself has dedicated apps for the web and other streaming devices.

It’s not the first year T-Mobile has unleashed free baseball on its network, either. The carrier’s been doing this for the last few years, seeing value in baseball fans since T-Mobile now sponsors MLB All-Star Week and often runs advertisements during national broadcasts of games.

There’s also a special promotion in which you can take 25 percent off any order at the MLB Shop. As long as you have the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, you’re good to go. The app will provide a promotional code to use at checkout when you’re buying new gear.

We have to give credit to the carrier for keeping up with this benefit. While more customers are probably taking advantage of the free Netflix subscription, there’s a healthy appetite for streaming baseball. T-Mobile says more than 1.3 million hours of baseball were streamed by its customers in 2017.


Justin Herrick

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