NBA League Pass returns ahead of new season at lowest price ever
The 2022-23 NBA season gets underway on 19 October and, once again this year fans around the world can follow the action via the League Pass.
The NBA have announced the launch of its newly redesigned global app, the all-in-one destination for fans with new personalization features, all-game content, social media vertical videos and “unprecedented” behind-the-scenes access to players and teams with the new season just a matter of weeks away.
The app will also feature shows and series. In addition, they have launched NBA ID, the new global membership program that offers fans benefits and rewards from the league, teams and their partners. The ID feature is free to join and will link fan experiences to existing products such as NBA League Pass and NBA Pick’Em.
Throughout the season, NBA ID members will have access to new original content and fan favorites from the NBA Vault. In addition, there will be enhanced members-only experiences for NBA partners, ticket promotions, prizes through predictive and sweepstakes-style NBA Pick’Em fantasy games, voting campaigns and other rewards.
New pricing for 22-23
The league’s direct-to-consumer subscription offerings – NBA League Pass and NBA TV – will be integrated into the NBA App, giving fans the ability to watch live games and highlights and check scores, statistics and standings, all in one place. For NBA League Pass subscribers, the live streams will feature higher video quality, lower streaming latency and a seamless user experience for consuming live NBA content.
NBA League Pass returns this season with a new bundle and at its lowest pricing ever. For a limited time, the standard package is now available for $14.99 per month ($99.99 for full season) and the premium package for $19.99 per month ($129.99 for full season). Subscribers will automatically receive the NBA TV offering as part of the new bundle.
“The launch of our new NBA app and digital platform is an important milestone as we continue to build and strengthen our direct-to-consumer offerings,” says NBA Executive Vice President, Direct-to-Consumer, Chris Benyarko.