MLB.TV is now an Amazon Prime Video Channel

MLB.TV is now available as a Prime Video Channel for Prime members. Customers can pay $24.99 per month or $118.99 for a Season Pas to stream live out-of-market games. This means that nationally televised games and local team games televised in your area aren’t going to be available for live streaming. These are the same restrictions you’ll find with the standard MLB.TV subscription and MLB app. The advantage of subscribing as a Prime Video Channel is unified billing under your Amazon account and access to X-Ray features on the Fire TV, such as live in-game stats, team and player details, and play-by-play information while watching.

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  1. hawkstead says:

    Annual MLB no-brainer:
    If your carrier is t-mobile, you can get the MLB package for free, then stream away. I’m on at least my fifth season saving me $120+/yr. I just can’t see Red Sox here in NH due to blackouts. But MLB let’s you watch a blackout game 90 minutes after the game ends, which is great to watch an early start afternoon game when I get home from work, or to watch in the morning for those late night west coast starts.

    https://www.t-mobile.com/mlb

    The catch is the timing. This year the deal is offered 3/26 thru 4/1.

    See you in the world series.

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