The 2023-2024 NBA regular season will tip off on October 24, with an opening night starring Nikola Jokić and the defending champion Denver Nuggets facing the new-look Los Angeles Lakers led by LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors will also host Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, Bradley Beal, and the rest of the Phoenix Suns as part of the NBA’s doubleheader on opening night.
If you don’t have a subscription to NBA League Pass yet, you may want to read ahead on how to score a limited-time digital voucher for NBA League Pass Monthly at a discounted rate of P299 (around $5) for your first month.
After that? It’s P399 ($7) monthly, which is still a good deal if you don’t want to purchase an annual pass.
The catch is that you need to subscribe to NBA League Pass via Alipay+ Rewards within the GCash app and bind your NBA account after purchase, similar to Disney+ subscriptions sold on the platform. That means you can’t extend your existing League Pass subscription if you bought one from the official NBA app or website.
For context, a regular League Pass Monthly subscription costs P499 ($9) in the Philippines, while League Pass Premium is priced at P650 ($11) per month. The latter gets rid of annoying unskippable in-platform ads and lets you watch games on three devices at a time. Unfortunately, you can’t buy a discounted Premium pass in the GCash app — at least, not yet.
To get the offer, simply open the GCash app and sign in, or create an account if you don’t have one. Click the NBA League Pass banner or select A+ Rewards on the app’s main screen and tap the “Buy” button and complete your order.
Keep in mind that the subscription period starts immediately at the time of your purchase on Alipay+ Rewards and you can’t activate this deal on multiple accounts. It auto-renews every 30 days, too, unless you cancel your subscription at least two calendar days before it expires.
As many of you know, NBA League Pass is the league’s official streaming service that lets you stream live and on-demand games on your smartphone, tablet, or PC. Besides games from the 2023-2024 season, subscription packages let you stream iconic and classic games from the archives, including every Finals game since 2000, plus around-the-clock coverage courtesy of NBA TV. Unfortunately, the NBA has removed the option to download games on the app for later viewing.
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