Bally Sports Plus Deal Drops Price To $15 Per Month For 12 Months

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Bally Sports is currently running a new promotion which reduces the cost of the Bally Sports Plus streaming service down to $14.99 per month for the first 12 months. There seems to be a lot of uncertainty on the future of Bally Sports at the moment, but as this deal is billed monthly, there’s no real issue with signing up as you can always cancel before the next monthly bill is due.


The normal cost of Bally Sports Plus is $19.99 per month. It should be pointed out here that this is the minimum cost. In areas where multiple Bally Sports RSNs are available, homes may need to sign up to more than one plan. Bally Sports does tend to offer bundles that reduce the cost of each plan a little, somewhat making the latest promotion less of a deal.

For those only wanting to sign up to one RSN, however, this promotion reduces the cost of a single Bally Sports Plus base package to just $14.99 per month. This promotion specifically applies to those in areas with access to one of the following RSNs: Bally Sports Detroit, Bally Sports Florida, Bally Sports Kansas City, Bally Sports Midwest, Bally Sports Sun, Bally Sports Wisconsin.


If living in an area with access to a different RSN, then the deal won’t be available and those signing up will need to pay the full $19.99 per month price.

This 25% off deal went live today (Feb. 20) and is currently due to remain available through March 6, 2023. No promotional code is needed to take advantage of the deal, so if not seeing the offer when signing up, it likely means that the local RSN is not part of the promotion.

Once signed up at the reduced rate, the subscriber will automatically be charged $14.99 each month for the first 12 months. Once the first year comes to an end, the subscription will automatically renew at the higher $19.99 per month rate.

John Finn

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