Get Free Season-Long MLB.TV Subscription With T-Mobile Tuesdays

Batter up! T-Mobile is one of MLB’s main sponsors and, as part of that partnership, T-Mobile Tuesdays has offered a free season-long MLB.TV subscription for the last few years.

It’s only a couple of days until opening day and this offer has returned. You’ll need to be quick though as this promotion is only available for signup for the next week.

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The Deal

Key Terms

  • Must access T-Mobile Tuesdays and sign up for MLB.TV between 3/26/19 at 5 a.m. ET and 4/1/19 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
  • If you are on iOS or Desktop, you can only redeem your free subscription at You will not find it in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app due to offer terms.
  • If you are on Android, you can redeem your free subscription through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app or at

Quick Thoughts

I used to have T-Mobile service and enjoyed this MLB.TV benefit for several years. I’ve since moved over to Google Fi thanks to the killer deal last year, so I’ll be missing out from now on.

This is a great deal though if you’re a baseball fan as this MLB.TV subscription normally costs $118.99. You’re not limited to watching it on your phone as you can stream through the MLB.TV app available on the Fire TV stick (which is what I did) and, presumably, Smart TVs, Roku, etc., as well as on your laptop/desktop.

You have to sign up by April 1, so that only gives you a week to take advantage of this offer. As noted in the Key Terms above, Android users can sign up through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app or via the T-Mobile Tuesdays website. iOS users don’t have the option to sign up through the app, presumably because Apple would want their pound of flesh 30% cut of the $118.99 subscription cost, even though it’s being given away free.

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With multiple T-moble lines on a family plan, can we get multiple sign ups and share them them others?


I have T-Mobile, and already signed up for last week paying full price. Uggh. Anyone know if it’s worth trying to cancel and then re-sign up for free with this offer?


That definitely sounds worth trying. Reach out to MLB and try to cancel and get a refund. If you haven’t watched anything yet, they should refund your order.