You can currently get an MLB.TV Single-Team yearly subscription for just $50 through Prime Video, or sign up for an All Teams plan for just $60 through MLB.TV. There have been a number of different MLB deals over the past few weeks and months, so for those that missed out, these promotions are a good way to save on the cost for the remainder of the 2023 baseball season.
MLB.TV offers a variety of ways to sign up. Firstly, new subscribers can choose between playing monthly or yearly. On top of this, new subscribers can also choose between All Teams and Single Teams packages.
As the names suggest, All Teams unlocks access to every out-of-market game while Single Team unlocks access to all out-of-market games for one individual team. As to be expected, the price of the Single Team Team plan is cheaper than the All Teams plan.
The Single Team Yearly plan currently costs $104.99 when signing up through MLB.TV. Right now, however, Prime Video is offering access to the same plan for just $49.99. For those that have yet to sign up to MLB.TV, this results in a saving of $55 over the course of the season.
For reference, the Single Team monthly plan costs $19.99 per month regardless of whether signing up through MLB.TV or Prime Video, so this is also a saving when compared to paying monthly for the remainder of the season.
If you are more interested in watching every out-of-market game then it is worth knowing that MLB.TV is currently offering the All Teams Yearly package for just $59.99. MLB.TV has been running a promotion on this package for some time, but has now dropped the price down to just $60 as part of a Father’s Day sale, making it the better deal overall.
As a reminder, if you are specifically interested in watching the San Diego Padres, then MLB.TV now offers the option to sign up for the Single Team Yearly plan at $79.99.
Even though this is more expensive than going the Prime Video route, it does also include access to all in-market Padres games, following the MLB’s takeover of production and distribution of all local Padres from Bally Sports San Diego.