At only $7 a month for ad-free service, Apple TV Plus is one of the best streaming services for viewers on a budget. Just like other major competitors, it’s available to watch on just about any platform, including streaming devices like Roku, web browsers, iPhones, and iPads.
The service is home to hours of award-winning content and irresistible originals, including “Ted Lasso,” “The Morning Show,” “Invasion,” and “Bad Sisters.” On Fridays during the MLB baseball season, fans can watch two live games each week, in addition to highlights. And now, for an extra fee, you can even get the MLS Season Pass to catch every match of the 2023 season.
How much is Apple TV Plus?
Apple TV Plus costs $6.99 a month, after a seven-day free trial.
If you buy a new iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV, or Mac computer, you automatically get three months of the service for free.
For an extra cost, subscribers can add on the MLS Season Pass. Non-subscribers can also start watching at a higher base price.
How much is the Apple TV Plus MLS Season Pass?
Apple TV Plus now offers an MLS Season Pass for soccer fans to catch every game. Current subscribers can add it for $13 a month or $25 a season; non-subscribers can get service for $15 a month or $29 a season.
The Season Pass has no blackouts and includes every single MLS and Leagues Cup match with English and Spanish broadcast crews to choose from. Just like the base streaming service, the Season Pass can be streamed on just about any device, including streaming devices, iPhones, iPads, smart TVs, and gaming consoles.
What you get in an Apple TV Plus subscription
Apple TV Plus is ad-free, and all content is available for streaming on-demand or can be downloaded locally so you can watch it offline if you know you’ll be somewhere without internet access.
Apple’s streaming service is affordable because it has no back catalog — unlike Netflix, Apple has not mentioned licensing any TV shows or movies for its new service. It’s all original content.