Baseball Fans: Get MLB.TV Premium Until October — Just for Buying a Frosty
I love going to baseball games.
I live for the Vienna beef at Wrigley Field, especially when it’s topped with fluorescent green relish (it tastes better than it looks, I promise!).
Sadly, though, I haven’t been to a Cubs game in years. Life gets busy, ya know?
It doesn’t help that I’m located in Florida, so I hardly even get the chance to watch the Cubs on TV.
Unless they make it to the World Series — which hasn’t happened since 1945 — my local network probably won’t broadcast the team’s games.
You might also know the struggle of being in a long-distance relationship with your favorite baseball team and finding a place to stream MLB games online.
But it doesn’t have to be such a drag — we found a way to watch your favorite teams for less than a dollar!
What’s more — you’ll get a sweet treat, too. Here’s how.
How to Get MLB.TV Premium for Under $1
If you purchase a small Wendy’s Frosty — right now they’re selling for only 50 cents! — between today and Aug. 31, Wendy’s and the MLB will give you a free subscription to MLB.TV Premium until Oct. 2!
You’ll be able to watch every single game, whether it’s out of market, live or on demand — that’s over 2,000 games total, folks! Plus, MLB.TV Premium is supported on over 400 different Apple and Android devices.
That means you won’t miss an at-bat, even if you can’t fly home to catch a game in person.
To take advantage of this deal, all you have to do is take a photo of your delicious Frosty and post it to your public Twitter or Instagram, and use the hashtag #50CENTFROSTYMLB.
MLB TV’s Twitter or Wendy’s Instagram will contact you within 24-48 hours with instructions on activating your subscription.
Considering MLB.TV Premium is usually $24.99 a month, you’ll be saving a good chunk of change!
But hurry: The subscription deal is only available to the first 34,000 fans, and Wendy’s doesn’t give specific details about how long the Frosty will be discounted.
So hustle over to Wendy’s and slide in head first (into your delicious Frosty, that is) as soon as possible — this deal is a grand slam in our books!
Your Turn: Will you be heading to Wendy’s to get your 50-cent Frosty and MLB.TV Premium subscription? Tell us in the comments below!
Kelly Smith is an editorial intern at The Penny Hoarder and a senior at The University of Tampa. Yes, her dog is named after Wrigley Field. Go Cubs!
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