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All purchases through Tuesday come with special holiday subscription

This is like Opening Day for holiday shopping.

Through Tuesday, every holiday purchase at the will include -- for the first time -- a special, limited-edition holiday subscription to MLB.TV Premium, the Internet's most widely distributed live streaming service.

Included with every purchase right now, the special holiday MLB.TV Premium subscription will allow fans to watch every available Spring Training game (250-plus) as well as Opening Day and every out-of-market game for the first month of the 2016 season across the more than 400 devices MLB.TV is distributed to -- from its first (PC in 2002) to its most recent (the new Apple TV in 2015).

The current Black Friday sale, extended to 11:59 ET tonight, is 30 percent off orders more than $99, 25 percent off orders more than $50 and 20 percent off anything under that. There is also free U.S. ground shipping for any orders above $49. Now add the special MLB.TV Premium offer, and you have a deal that no online or brick-and-mortar store can match this holiday season.

It means all you have to do is buy even a single item -- whether it's a Highland Mint memorabilia display or an Ugly Sweater or a new State Clip 59FIFTY Fitted Cap -- and you get the games.

This exclusive offer will conclude at 11:59 p.m. ET on Tuesday. Upon completion of the purchase, fans will receive a confirmation email with instructions for activating the complimentary subscription to MLB.TV Premium.

As part of the offer, MLB.TV Premium subscribers also will receive premium features of the award-winning At Bat app, including multi-platform live audio access for portability to take home, away and Spanish-language audio feeds to desktop and laptop computers, Statcast™, replay reviews and more. At Bat is available for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, supported Android smartphones and tablets and Amazon Kindle Fire.

Millions of MLB.TV subscribers have experienced live baseball this way, including players like Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, this season's American League Rookie of the Year Award winner.

"When I was in Double-A and Triple-A this year, I used to watch the Astros' games every day on MLB.TV to see how they were doing," Correa said. "I knew I had a chance to be at the big league level at some point, so I watched the games, and see the pitchers, how they pitched, in order for me to have an idea. TV is different, but I have an idea of how they pitched to our players. Yes, I used a lot of MLB.TV."

Mark Newman is enterprise editor of Read and join other baseball fans on his community blog.