NBA League Pass free for 30 days in the time of coronavirus via Revu Philippines

NBA League Pass offers free 30-day access to past games

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As you know, the NBA has been suspended indefinitely after a player tested positive for COVID-19, and following lockdown orders in states and localities where the basketball games are held.

But that doesn’t mean fans can’t watch games from the comfort of their own homes, especially now that the NBA is offering a free 30-day “preview” of NBA League Pass, where users can stream full-length and condensed games from the 2019-2020 season and more.

NBA League Pass via Revu Philippines

NBA League Pass is basically Netflix but for NBA games and related programming

This is in lieu of the standard 7-day trial new League Pass customers are entitled to. You can access the platform straight from a browser using a computer or a compatible device or streaming box through the League Pass app. It’s basically Netflix but for NBA games and related programming. It even lets you pause and rewind live games (when the season resumes), as well as download matches for offline viewing.

To get the 30-day free trial, you need to:

  • sign in to your NBA account through NBA.com’s League Pass page, or create one if you haven’t already;
  • enter the preview code “WATCH30” in the checkout; and
  • use your NBA account to stream games from a browser or app.

If you don’t plan on keeping your subscription, be sure to cancel the auto-renewal, so that you don’t get charged when the trial period ends.

In related news, the NFL is also offering free access to past games through NFL Game Pass, but you’ll need a VPN to watch matches if you live in the Philippines or another country where the platform is not available.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 12 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.