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How to get an NBA League Pass annual subscription for only P1,490 in PH

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If you’re a fan of the NBA and you haven’t subscribed to the league’s on-demand streaming service yet, we have terrific news for you: NBA League Pass is currently down to its lowest price yet in the Philippines.

For an insanely low cost of P1,490 (roughly $26 converted) — the cheapest we’ve seen thus far — you can enjoy a full season of League Pass instead of paying the regular full price of P2,990 ($52). That’s a huge 50% off the already discounted standard price, which was introduced for the 2022-2023 NBA season.

There’s a catch, though: You have to be an Apple user and get your subscription from the NBA app on the App Store instead of subscribing on a desktop or an Android device. Another thing is that the discount only applies to the annual subscription for one device. League Pass Premium, which lets you stream on two devices simultaneously, still costs P3,900 ($68) in the Philippines, while a monthly sub starts at P499 ($9).

NBA League Pass subscription discounted price for Apple or iOS users, an exclusive story by Revu Philippines

A screenshot showing the discounted price

It’s also worth noting that we haven’t received any press release or email regarding the promotion, so we have no clue when it will end. In case you’re interested — and you’re in the iOS ecosystem — we highly encourage you to take advantage of it while you still can.

For context, last season’s standard League Pass yearly sub was priced at P4,700 ($82), while the monthly fee for the 2021-2022 NBA season was P570 ($10). Now, you can get an annual subscription for a fraction of what you would have paid for a year ago. Alas, it’s not available to Android and desktop users at the moment.

NBA League Pass subscription packages let you stream live and on-demand games; classic games from the archives, including every Finals game since 2000; and around-the-clock coverage courtesy of NBA TV. You can also download games for later viewing.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 16 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.