You Can Now Subscribe to NBA TV From Amazon Without a Cable Subscription
For the first time, you can now subscribe to NBA TV through Amazon Prime Video Channels. This comes after the league started offering the channel à la carte through NBA.com last season. The subscription to NBA TV costs $6.99 a month or $59.99 a year (~ $4.99 a month), after a 7-Day Free Trial.
With it, you will be able to stream a live feed of NBA TV across devices including Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS, and Android — including all out-of-market NBA games televised on the network. NBA TV offers original programming, highlights, and ~90 live regular season telecasts. They also air preseason and select postseason matchups.
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The addition of NBA TV comes after Prime Video Channels started offering NBA League Pass, the league’s out-of-market package, during the 2018-2019 season. Interestingly enough, while the NBA website only gives you a single stream, through Prime Video Channels you get three simultaneous streams.
More sports leagues are looking for new direct-to-consumer options for fans who don’t want to pay for a cable bundle. The NFL, launched a NFL RedZone standalone subscription in 2018, but only made it available on mobile and tablet devices.