Get MLB.TV for 50% off during All-Star Sale

July 8th, 2024

The first half is coming to a close, but the All-Star Sale has you covered for the rest of the season. From now until Sunday, get MLB.TV for 50% off -- that's right, it's half off. An MLB.TV All Teams Yearly subscription is now $47.99, while single-team packages are $39.99. At Bat is also on sale for $14.99. Subscribe now to take advantage of the deal.

With the All Teams Yearly package, you can stream every out-of-market regular-season game, live or on demand, on your favorite supported devices.

But that’s not all. MLB.TV subscriptions also include a wide array of additional features to enhance your baseball-watching experience.

That includes MLB Big Inning, which brings fans all the best action from around the Majors via live look-ins and highlights seven days a week, so you never have to miss a big moment. Local pregame and postgame coverage is available for select teams as well.

Additionally, MLB.TV subscribers can stream Minor League Baseball games for affiliates of all 30 MLB clubs -- including all 60 Triple-A and Double-A affiliates -- plus home games from more than 40 additional clubs and select postseason games through the MiLB app along with select games from your favorite team’s affiliates in the MLB app.

We're also continuing to expand the MLB.TV content library with new episodes of original programs like Carded and Inside Stitch, as well as documentaries and additional live programming.

Following the break, the rest of July could have a big impact on the rest of the 2024 season, as clubs aim to solidify their standing in the race for the postseason prior to the Trade Deadline on July 30.

Meanwhile, the Yankees’ Aaron Judge is once again in pursuit of 60 home runs, and an epic three-way MVP race could be brewing with teammate Juan Soto and the Orioles' Gunnar Henderson as New York and Baltimore battle for supremacy in the American League East. At the same time, the Guardians are challenging for MLB's best record behind a breakout season from Steven Kwan, the Dodgers’ Shohei Ohtani has a shot at becoming the National League's first Triple Crown winner in 87 years and Pirates flamethrowing rookie phenom Paul Skenes has quickly become appointment viewing.

Those are just a few of the intriguing storylines to watch when the first half closes and the second half opens, and there's no better way to follow all the action than MLB.TV. Subscribe today.