T-Mobile’s free MLB.TV offer is now available


Today’s the day, baseball fans: T-Mobile’s free MLB.TV offer is live.

T-Mobile customers can now claim their free season of MLB.TV through T-Mobile Tuesdays. Android users can redeem the offer in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, while iOS users can get it from the T-Mobile Tuesdays website. You must be connected to the T-Mobile network to sign up. The free MLB.TV offer will be available until 11:59 pm ET on April 1st.

With a free MLB.TV subscription, you can watch every 2019 out-of-market regular season game live or on-demand. You can choose between home or away feeds, too, so that you can better enjoy your favorite team as they play. This offer also includes MLB At Bat so that you can watch on your Android, iOS, and Kindle Fire devices in addition to streaming devices like the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Once you’ve registered, you can access MLB.TV on up to 10 devices.

In addition to the free MLB.TV, T-Mobile customers can now get 20 percent off sports ticket purchases from Fanxchange, a free taco from Taco Bell, and $0.10 off per gallon of gas from Shell.

This week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays grand prize is a trip to the 2019 MLB All-Star Game. Two grand prize winners will each receive a four-day, three-night trip for two from July 7th through July 10th to attend the 2019 MLB All-Star Game in Cleveland, OH. The trip includes airfare, hotel stay, and tickets to the MLB All-Star Game as well as admission to several other events around the All-Star Game, such as the MLB All-Star GanFest, the MLB All-Star Pre-Game Party, the Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, and the opportunity to view batting practice for the Home Run Derby and All-Star Game from the field.

Are you looking forward to watching baseball games with your free MLB.TV subscription? Let us know once you redeem your offer!

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • Alex Wagner

    “You will not find it in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app due to offer terms.” is what T-Mobile says.

  • steadymobb

    I hate that it’s only out of market games. So stupid and makes it almost useless for me at least

    • Sharti24

      Yep, Useless if you want to watch your local hometown team due to blackouts. Id even pay if they lifted the blackouts

      • steadymobb

        Yeah, my local baseball channel is only available thru comcast :( no streaming, antenna, anything! So annoying.

        • steveb944

          VPN. Or just stream through a third party.

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      • matt

        Plex and hdhomerun

      • Jesus Rosales

        How does the VPN work?

        • steveb944

          You set a different location than your home market. Some are browser based and some are OS based.

  • JG

    It’s an easy point to overlook, so I’ll make this as a friendly reminder…

    To claim this, you MUST be on T-Mobile’s cellular network, aka not on WiFi.

    I know I forgot for the last two years. The error message that the site generates if you try to sign up while on WiFi is (or at least was) not very helpful in explaining the issue. I thought it didn’t like the fact I was using a “+MBL” appendate in my email or I had used the wrong characters in my password or something.

    • fechhelm

      Yes, I did it over WiFi and got an error message. Then tried again over cellular and got a code already used message. After doing some digging found my MLB account > manage subscriptions, and it said: You are currently subscribed to MLB.TV Yearly. Your subscription will expire March 1, 2020. I never received any email confirmation of any sort.

  • Tinger12

    Apple’s terms for in app purchasing and offers.


    They are not trying to say that. Why state the obvious?

  • matt

    The offer did not show up on the app. I tried on the iPhone and the iPad. I forgot to check if it was because I was on WiFi. I was able to redeem it using my Mac on the website and my T-Mobile password with a WiFi connection.

  • Jesus Rosales

    How do we redeem this? Send me the link please.

    • gorilla

      Download the T-mobile Tuesdays app from the Play Store.

  • TmoRepNLovingIt

    My guess is that apple doesn’t like to play well with things it doesn’t profit from.

  • the martian ambassador

    Sign up went flawlessly this year. I wish they had more day games throughout the season.

  • Mike McDonald

    My guess is as Tinger below said that there’s the App store commission lurking behind this.

  • SirStephenH

    Nope, just Apple being non user friendly again.

  • mikeZo6