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What You'll Get
Before TV and radio, the only way to watch a baseball game from afar was to dream it and hope that the Boston Recurrent Water Symbols actually did beat the Atlanta Calculus Finals You Didn't Study For. Today’s deal makes sure you don’t miss one minute of thrilling Major League Baseball® action or have to receive game updates via carrier pigeons. For $5, you get 30 days of MLB.TV® Premium service (a $24.95 value). This Groupon is valid for new MLB.TV® customers only, and subscriptions must be activated within 30 days. Blackouts and other restrictions apply.
MLB.TV® allows subscribers to watch regular season games live or on-demand with a variety of Internet-connected devices that include Macs, PCs, PS3s, and even iPhones (with an additional At Bat™ 2010 application purchase). Many games can be streamed in sharp HD quality (when available) that rivals the real-life clarity of living-room stickball games, while also offering viewers an option to listen to the home or away broadcast commentary. Full game archives are available for viewing missed games, while condensed games featuring eye-opening highlights are convenient for time-strapped fans. Additionally, DVR controls allow viewers to pause and rewind live games, and a multi-game view option streams games in quad view, picture-in-picture, or split-screen layouts.
Budding stat heads and fervent sabermetricians, meanwhile, can browse instantly updated statistics while also staying on top of their fantasy teams thanks to a handy fantasy player tracker. Keep up with every MLB® team without duct taping 30 TVs to your living-room walls with today’s Groupon to MLB.TV®.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 21, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Must activate by expiration date. Valid for 30 days after activation. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New MLB.TV® customers only. Must create MLB.TV® account to redeem. Blackouts and other restrictions apply. Redeemable starting on June 22. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.