MLB.TV Has a New Discounted Price for the Shortened Season

MLB.TV announced its new price for the out-of-market streaming package since the season has been considerably shortened due to the coronavirus. The package will now cost $59.99 for access to the entire 60-game season. The original package was priced at $121.99 and included all 160 games.

The new price means you’re paying half the price of a full season subscription, but still missing 100 games. While it’s not exactly an even split between price-per-game, it’s still a nice discount to take advantage of if you’re an MLB fan.

Just as a reminder, T-Mobile customers who signed up for MLB.TV through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app in March will still be able to get it for free. Earlier this year, T-mobile sent out an email to customers about its plan to offer the streaming package for free as soon as the season started up.

At T-Mobile, we love baseball as much as you do. And the second it’s back, we’ll be on deck with free MLB.TV for T-Mobile customers starting Opening Day. We’ll be there to connect you to your team, from the first play to the last K, on America’s first and only nationwide 5G. See you on Opening Day.

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