[EDIT: It's here! Check http://bbp.cx/manageprofile.php for your code if you qualify, and enjoy MLB.tv!]
For the second year in a row, Baseball Prospectus is pleased to pass along a perk to Baseball Prospectus subscribers* for MLB.tv, which allows you to watch every out-of-market regular season game plus spring training games at home, in the office or on the go!
Coming very soon, all Baseball Prospectus One Year Premium and Super Premium subscribers will receive a discount code valid for 20% discount at MLB.tv. Once available, we'll publish it on your "Manage Your Profile" page.
Already have a BP One Year Premium or Super Premium subscription? The code will be automatically added to your "Manage Your Profile" page upon availability. It's like magic!Want to upgrade your existing BP subscription to One Year Premium or Super Premium? Log into your existing account with your username and password, then "extend subscription" (on the site banner) to One Year Premium or Super Premium.Want to create a new Baseball Prospectus One Year Premium or Super Premium subscription? Go ahead and join us! Just head to www.baseballprospectus.com and click the yellow "click here to subscribe" button.
When is the MLB.tv discount available, you ask? Last year the promotion was announced in mid-March and we are aiming to publish the discount codes earlier this year. We don't have an exact date yet. Once available, it'll be easy to find it on your "Manage Your Profile" page.
So, along with a year of Baseball Prospectus coverage, you'll get a break to watch a lot of baseball this season!
*One coupon code per One Year Premium (or Super Premium) Baseball Prospectus subscription. Valid only for the 2015 season. If you've already purchased MLB.tv for 2015, the 20 percent discount cannot be applied retroactively. For any questions about your MLB.TV subscription, please contact MLB.TV Customer Service, and for any questions about your Baseball Prospectus subscription, please contact BP Customer Service.
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Why can't BP work out a deal with MLB.tv that takes into account auto-renewal customers? Is there some constraint that takes that option off the table?
For some billing systems, coupon processing may require that automatic invoicing/payment be out of the picture. Coupons are an exception.
Talk to MLB, not BP about this. MLB has the billing system you don't like. BP is just providing a coupon code.