Apple Discounts MLS Season Pass

Apple today dropped the price of the MLS Season Pass for the rest of the 2024 Major League Soccer season, which is about a third of the way through.

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MLS in the U.S. now costs $69, down from $99 when the season began in February. For Apple TV+ subscribers, the pass is now just $59.

The MLS Season Pass offers access to every live Major League Soccer match, including Leagues Cup, and All-Star games. Apple offered a similar discount last year, but it came later in the season in September.

The 2024 Major League Soccer season will run through October 19, and the MLS Season Pass also includes live coverage of the playoffs that are expected to start in mid-October. The MLS Season Pass is available in the TV app on Apple devices and on Apple TV 4K.

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Gooner49 Avatar
4 weeks ago

I'd rather watch paint dry. Literally. Who the hell gets any enjoyment out of guys kicking a ball back and forth for two hours just to end 1-0? Nooooo thanks.
How about 3.5 billion fans worldwide?

While that number may not relate to MLS, but the sport is way bigger than you make it out to be.
I personally think MLS has a long way to go before it reaches the popularity of other soccer leagues, such as Premier League, La Liga, etc.


The World Atlas ('https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/what-are-the-most-popular-sports-in-the-world.html') notes that the most popular sport in the world is soccer, with more than 3.5 billion fans worldwide. This impressive figure represents nearly half of the global population of 8 billion, who are united by their love for this dynamic and captivating sport.
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white4s Avatar
4 weeks ago

I'd rather watch paint dry. Literally. Who the hell gets any enjoyment out of guys kicking a ball back and forth for two hours just to end 1-0? Nooooo thanks.
The fact you think every game ends 1-0 is comical.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Hails09 Avatar
4 weeks ago
Can’t see mls lasting on Apple tv
For duration of the deal
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dannyyankou Avatar
4 weeks ago

No offense to soccer fans but this report kind of confirms what I have thought for a while. And that is soccer isn’t nearly as popular in the U.S. as many would like to believe. Yes - it is very popular in certain metro areas, particularly those with sizable immigrant populations. For everyone else, it’s more like excitement during the World Cup every four years and that’s about it. And most who do have continued interest would just assume watch coverage of Premier League or European football.
Or it means part of the season is over, so they prorated the pricing now. They did the same last year, and MLB.TV does the same throughout the season.

And just to remove any doubt, the NFL does the same-

https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/nfl-sunday-ticket-half-price-2023/?amp
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
votdfak Avatar
4 weeks ago
One of the best tech companies and one of the worst football leagues. Awful mix.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Harry Haller Avatar
4 weeks ago
So prices are diving too.
I’ll let myself out.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)