As expected, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Metro by T-Mobile customers with “qualifying plans” have between March 28 at 5:00 p.m. ET and April 4 at 4:59 p.m. ET to claim their free year Claim access to MLB.TV through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app and actually activate your subscription for free to save a cool $150.
At the risk of getting angry, it’s definitely fitting to reiterate that the freebie must be redeemed during this time frame or you’ll miss out, no matter how attached you are to the nation’s number one “un-carrier” and second largest mobile network operator after customer numbers. There are generally no other conditions or exclusions to consider, aside perhaps from the MLB.TV “Blackouts” described herein. Our original article on the refreshed baseball deal for 2023 follows below. A new Major League Baseball season is upon us, and hardcore fans of the wildly popular sport who also happen to be T-Mobile subscribers probably already know exactly what that means. Hot on the heels of this sweet MLS Season Pass Freebie from A few weeks ago, the second-biggest US wireless carrier is most likely preparing to offer a very similar MLB gift as part of the loyalty-rewarding T-Mobile Tuesdays. This was relatively easy to predict based on recent history, but to ensure Magenta didn’t go with tradition of the last few years, a customer took to Twitter to ask a very direct and clear question on the subject. It seems etched in stone that T-Mo’s “MLB.TV offering” will be back “this year,” though it’s generally wise to take confirmations from account managers with a pinch of salt. The timing of the return of action is also largely up in the air, although we can obviously make a few educated guesses that have a solid chance of occurring. Last year, the giveaway was officially unveiled on March 29th and to all T-Mobile customers (including Sprint and Metro by T-Mobile subscribers) between April 5th and 12th. However, the 2022 MLB season began on April 7, while the new season of professional baseball is scheduled to open on March 30, 2023.
That means a proper official announcement could be imminent and the deal could be added to T-Mobile’s Tuesday listings on March 28. For those who don’t know the details of the offer, the regular-season MLB subscription you can probably get for free this year usually costs a whopping $149.99, which includes live and on-demand access to every out-of-print regular season play, plus in-market audio, improved pitch-by-pitch tracking, and other “premium” MLB app features on your iPhone or Android phone.
Don’t forget that you must actually claim the MLB.TV gift once it becomes available on the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. This is obviously a very simple and hassle-free process that you will most likely have plenty of time for in the near future.