LG TV Owners Can Get 2 Free Months Of MLS Season Pass, But Only If They Sign Up This Weekend

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Owners of an LG TV can now get two months of MLS Season Pass for free, but only if they sign up over this weekend. Apple TV is now the exclusive home of MLS Season Pass with a subscription costing $14.99/month or $12.99/month, depending on whether an Apple TV Plus subscriber.


Apple does also offer a season-long Season Pass for $99, and with the season now well underway, Apple recently reduced the price of the seasonal plan by 50%, making it possible to sign up for the remainder of this season for just $49.

If you happen to own an LG TV, however, you can actually get two months of MLS Season Pass completely for free. Follow the on-screen instructions in the LG Content Store to take advantage of the offer, or click on the MLS Season Pass banner on the LG TV’s home menu.


For reference, the promotion is only available this weekend (the offer ends July 26, 2023) and is available to owners of any compatible 2016-2023 LG Smart TV model.

As this is an extended free trial, new users will not only need to sign in to the Apple TV app with their Apple ID, and have a payment method on file, but the subscription will automatically convert to a paid subscription at the end of the two discounted months.

The only way to avoid automatically being billed is to manually cancel the subscription before the end of the second discounted month.


As a reminder of what’s on offer, an MLS Season Pass unlocks access to every Major League Soccer match during the season, including playoffs, MLS All-Star, and Leagues Cup games. There is plenty of pre-and-post-game content for soccer fans to watch as well.

John Finn

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