Considering the standard free trial is only 7 days, this is a good way to test out the service on a much longer basis without paying. Apple TV Plus Subscribers not only get access to all of Apple’s latest Originals, including After Party, Hijack, Silo, and Ted Lasso, but also two live Friday Night Baseball games each week.
Apple first started offering this promotion back in April of this year, following the start of the 2023 MLB season. While the promotion was originally due to end in July, the company has extended the offer to allow new subscribers the option to sign up and get two months for free through September 30, 2023.
As Apple has already confirmed August and September’s Friday Night Baseball schedule, new subscribers will be able to check out the following MLB games on Apple TV Plus:
- Friday, August 18
- Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees (7 p.m. ET)
- Toronto Blue Jays at Cincinnati Reds (6:30 p.m. ET)
- Friday, August 25
- Los Angeles Dodgers at Boston Red Sox (7 p.m. ET)
- Kansas City Royals at Seattle Mariners (10 p.m. ET)
- Friday, September 1
- Tampa Bay Rays at Cleveland Guardians (7 p.m. ET)
- Seattle Mariners at New York Mets (7 p.m. ET)
- Friday, September 8
- St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds (6:30 p.m. ET)
- San Diego Padres at Houston Astros (8 p.m. ET)
- Friday, September 15
- Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (7 p.m. ET)
- Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals (8 p.m. ET)
- Friday, September 22
- San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers (10 p.m. ET)
- New York Mets at Philadelphia Phillies (7 p.m. ET)
For reference, not only is this offer open to new subscribers in general, but qualified returning subscribers can also get 2 months for free as well. To take advantage of the offer, new and returning subscribers will need to sign up through the dedicated MLB promotion page before September 30.
Following the two free months, subscribers will automatically be charged the usual $6.99 a month rate. The only way to avoid this happening is to cancel the subscription before the end of the extended free trial.