LG Offering Two Free Months of Apple's MLS Season Pass

LG today announced that LG Smart TV owners in the United States can sign up for two free months of Major League Soccer Season Pass using the Apple TV app, allowing access to every live Major League Soccer match, including Leagues Cup, All-Star games, and playoffs.

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A compatible LG Smart TV from 2016 to 2023 is required, with customers able to sign up for the MLS Season Pass offer in the LG Content Store or by clicking on the MLS Season Pass ad banner on the LG TV home menu.

The offer must be redeemed by July 26, 2023, and there is one subscription available per TV and Apple ID. Both new and qualified returning customers of MLS Season Pass can sign up.

Top Rated Comments

JCCL Avatar
14 weeks ago

LG or Samsung, Samsung or LG? Hmmmm decisions decisions.
Well I can say my LG C2 is probably the best TV I ever owned, still amazed every time I turn it on, especially for gaming.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HorstBockman Avatar
14 weeks ago
T-Mobile gave its customers a full season of MLS, through its "T-Mobile Tuesdays" deals a couple months ago. Same for MLB.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Carlos51 Avatar
14 weeks ago

Apple is wasting the Messi opportunity to add more Apple+ subscribers. Make MLS part of Apple+. Just Do It :apple:
I do agree. I live in Argentina and would love to see Messi in my Apple TV but I am not willing to pay the current premium $$$ for the MLS games.
New customers all around the world would subscribe to Apple+ willingly.
(Soccer) Football has a huge audience in most of the countries, far more than (American) Football.
Wake up, Tim. We already pay premium prices for Apple hardware.
My 2 cents...
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
anthogag Avatar
14 weeks ago
Apple is wasting the Messi opportunity to add more Apple+ subscribers. Make MLS part of Apple+. Just Do It :apple:
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SilenceBroken Avatar
14 weeks ago
You couldn't pay me to watch soccer.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
anthogag Avatar
14 weeks ago

He isn't playing yet, they haven't wasted the opportunity yet.
Messi coming to Miami and MLS has made the news all over the place. The time is now for Apple to make MLS season pass part of Apple+. Strike while the Messi is hot.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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