Get a Free Year of MLB.TV From Your Mobile Provider

The T-Mobile Tuesday app offers T-Mobile, Sprint, and Metro by T-Mobile users free weekly deals just for using the company’s mobile network, and this week’s deals include a free year of MLB.TV for customers in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or U.S. Virgin Islands. That’s a generous offer that any baseball fan should jump on—but the offer is only available only until April 5, so jump on it now.

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If you don’t know what MLB.TV is, it’s a standalone streaming service that users watch local and out-of-market MLB games live (except for games airing on FOX, ESPN, or MLB Network) on your streaming devices, gaming consoles, smartphone, or on PC in your web browser. Games are available on-demand in 60 FPS video after they air. You can also listen to blackout-free radio broadcasts of games through Alexa-powered speakers.

Along with live broadcasts, MLB.TV also has a bunch of on-demand baseball content, including documentaries, shows, and a selection of classic games you can watch at any time. The app also lets you track specific teams and players and view live score updates.

Overall, it sounds like an essential service for baseball fans—though it’s also pretty expensive without a special offer.

Normally, MLB.TV is $110 per year for single-team access or $130 per year (or $25 monthly) for access to all teams and games the service carries. But if you’re a T-Mobile, Sprint, or Metro customer, you can get the all-teams package free for a year if you snag the deal before April 5.

There are only a few more days to add the free year of MLB.TV to your account, but fortunately it’s easy to redeem the offer:

  1. Download the T-Mobile Tuesday app to your Android device or iPhone.
  2. Open the app and verify your phone number.
  3. Tap the MLB.TV offer at the top of the Home tab, then tap “Save.”
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your MLB.TV account and start watching.

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