Apple TV’s MLS Season Pass Is 50% Cheaper Right Now

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If you’ve been considering signing up to Apple TV’s MLS Season Pass to see how the rest of the current MLS season unfolds, now might be the time to do it, as Apple is offering 50% off the price of the annual plan.


This is the first year that Apple has offered its MLS Season Pass. The option to sign up to the subscription service went live in the Apple TV app in February, and just ahead of the start of the 2023 season.

Speaking of which, with the season mostly half-way through now, Apple has reduced the cost of a season pass by half, making it even cheaper to watch every remaining 2023 match, including the playoffs.


Considering the season pass normally priced at $99 per season, the discount has now taken the price of a 2023 season pass down to just $49.

What’s more, Apple has always offered existing Apple TV Plus subscribers an additional discount on the cost of MLS Season Pass, and that discount can still be applied to the mid-season, half-off subscription. However, as the Apple TV Plus member discount is $20 for the full season, subscribers only save $10 as part of the current mid-season sale.

While Apple does also offer a monthly subscription option that unlocks access to all of the same soccer content for just $14.99 per month, the mid-season discount only applies to the seasonal pass. In other words, if wanting to pay monthly, you’ll have to pay the full price each month for the remainder of the season.


As is the case with most subscriptions, MLS Season Pass is likely to automatically renew when the season rolls around again next year, and at the usual, higher price.

For those that want to avoid automatically being billed the higher rate, they will want to cancel the subscription before the start of the 2024 MLS season.

John Finn

By John Finn

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