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How to claim your free year of MLB.TV from T-Mobile for 2024

Updated Mar 26th, 2024 11:52AM EDT
T-Mobile's free MLB.TV offer is back for 2024.
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Last year, T-Mobile announced that it was extending its partnership with Major League Baseball through 2028. As part of that arrangement, T-Mobile will continue to provide free yearly MLB.TV subscriptions to customers through T-Mobile Tuesdays for at least the next five years. Speaking of which, the next MLB season is right around the corner, which means T-Mobile is preparing to hand out free subscriptions to MLB.TV in the coming weeks.

UPDATE | March 26th: T-Mobile’s free MLB.TV offer is now available to subscribers.

On Tuesday, T-Mobile announced that its latest MLB.TV promotion will be available from March 26th to April 1st. If you want your free year of MLB.TV ($149.99 value), be sure to sign up at as soon as the offer goes live on Tuesday, March 26th.

According to the fine print, signups will be open between March 26, 2024, at 5:00 a.m. ET and April 2, 2024, at 4:59 a.m. ET. The freebie can also be found through T-Mobile Tuesdays in the new T Life app, which recently replaced the previous app.

Keep in mind that in order to take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to be a T-Mobile or Metro by T-Mobile customer on a qualifying plan.

As a baseball fan, this is without question the perk that I’m most jealous of on T-Mobile. Sure, the mobile carrier also gives away subscriptions to Netflix, Apple TV+, and Hulu, but my favorite baseball team plays 162 games every season. With T-Mobile Tuesdays, I could watch nearly all of those games for free since my team isn’t based in the state where I live.

Sadly, T-Mobile isn’t bringing back the MLS Season Pass promotion in 2024, so soccer fans are going to have to find another way to watch their favorite teams.

Jacob Siegal
Jacob Siegal Associate Editor

Jacob Siegal is Associate Editor at BGR, having joined the news team in 2013. He has over a decade of professional writing and editing experience, and helps to lead our technology and entertainment product launch and movie release coverage.