Another NBA season is scheduled to tip off tomorrow (October 28 if you live in the Philippines), and as has been the case the past couple of years, the NBA is treating its fans to an appetizer of sorts by granting free and full access to League Pass, the league’s official video-streaming service that features live and on-demand games, for a very limited time. The offer runs until November 3, though I’m not sure which time zone the deadline refers to.
The League Pass trial is available to both new and existing customers, and the service can be accessed either via the Web or through the free NBA app that can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and App Store.
I’ve been a happy League Pass subscriber for years, and it’s completely changed how I watch NBA games. And because you really don’t have anything to lose by trying it out (well, except maybe most of your free time), I highly recommend you sign up immediately.
The League Pass trial is available to new and existing customers, and the service can be accessed either via the Web or the NBA app.
How exactly do you go about doing that? It’s simple, really.
- STEP 1: Go to the NBA website to create your League Pass account.
- STEP 2: Decide on which service you want to try out and click the “TRY IT FREE” button. If you have no intentions of maintaining your subscription, do yourself a favor and pick League Pass Premium to gain access to additional content.
- STEP 3: Fill out the registration form, then submit it. (You’ll need a credit card to attach to your account.)
- STEP 4: Wait for an email notification stating that you have purchased a League Pass subscription. Don’t worry; the transaction won’t cost you anything.
- STEP 5: Use your account details to log in to the website or NBA app.
That’s it! Enjoy full access to NBA League Pass for a week. Let me know what you think of the service in the comments below. Also: Remember to unsubscribe before November 3 if you don’t plan on keeping your subscription for the long term, otherwise you’ll be charged a hefty rate and be left with a full slate of NBA games until 2016, which isn’t so bad if you’re a big NBA fan.
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