The Major League Soccer playoffs kick off in October, and fans can watch all the action with an MLS Season Pass that’s now available at less than a third of the cost it was earlier.
Cheer on your favorite team, or see if Lionel Messi can take Inter Miami CF all the way, without breaking the bank.
Huge discount lowers MLS Season Pass to just $29
Apple is the exclusive source for streaming Major League Soccer in over 100 countries. Its MLS Season Pass subscription has given fans access to the games since the start of the season in February. But that’s not the end: the Pass also includes the entire playoffs and the League Cup.
Previously, a subscription to the soccer-streaming service was $99 for the season. But the cost for the rest of the season including the playoffs is now $29 — a savings of $70. The $14.99-per-month cost has not changed. Apple TV+ subscribers can sign up for $25 per season or pay $12.99 per month.
There’s a one-month free trial available to new subscribers.
How to watch on Apple and non-Apple devices
Don’t be confused: while MLS Season Pass is from Apple, it’s not part of the Apple TV+ streaming service. It’s a separate subscription, though it TV+ subscribers get a discount (as noted).
Although Apple runs the streaming service, fans don’t need a Mac, iPhone, etc., to watch. You can access MLS Season Pass through the Apple TV app, available for smart TVs, streaming devices, set-top boxes and game consoles. The service can also be watched on the web at tv.apple.com.