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benji

I can sell one for cheap. Email me: benjaminxyoung@gmail.com

patoot10
patoot10

Don’t have t-mobile but a nice older lady at work does and hates sports, she was happy to give me her phone so I can setup an MLB account which I did, yay!

Alex
Alex

I have several family T-Mobile accounts and a few of these codes available. Happy to sell them at a discount to whoever is looking for one and doesn’t have T-Mobile or Sprint. Shoot me an email (alvarez1670@yahoo.com) if interested

Austin Auclair
Austin Auclair

Can i sell this code or what

Neil
Neil

Anyone ever use this with a vpn to avoid local blackouts? Particularly interested in anyone who has done it on a roku/fire stick. Is it even possible?

david
david

I looked into this and the answer seemed to basically be no, you’d need to setup the VPN at the router level which requires special software/and/or router.

I’m buying a refurb chromebox from newegg and just plugging it into my tv via HDMI and going to run the VPN through that (I have done this previous years with different computers)

Brian
Brian

Look into smart dns proxy dot com. It seems to work for me, and has for the past couple years. You’ll have to subscribe and manually change your DNS settings. I use an xbox for that, as I don’t think you can manually override DNS on a Roku. Not sure about Fire stick.

RiskandReward
RiskandReward

You may be able to stream from an iOS device (iphone or ipad that’s on VPN) using Airplay to a compatible device (TV, Roku): https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204289

fearthez
fearthez

I’ve used a VPN to get around blackouts for years, at least on desktop. From what I remember they don’t use GPS to determine your location just your IP

Monica
Monica

This is discrimination against tmobile customers who hate sports. 😒

Jon
Jon

Yes, but it’s these same sports-hating T-mobile folks that make it so wonderful for those of us who are MLB-loving non-Tmobile customers to get MLB TV simply by trading a $5 Amazon GC instead of paying $129.99.

david
david

Is there a way for non-T mobile customers to access this deal somehow?

Rob
Rob

Interested in this also

Jon
Jon

There is significant discussion on another deal site that allows trading these MLB accounts for a $5 Amazon GC. So I go there once per year to do this deal. I ended up with 2 accounts this year. I’ll do the same trade if you reply with contact info.

Mike B.
Mike B.

And it’s a discrimination against sports lovers who hate T-Mobile!

Jeremy Cleaver
Jeremy Cleaver
Youngestofallthebuck
Youngestofallthebuck

I hope they renew the sub to The Athletic this year. Easily the most valuable and useful promo they’ve ever run

chris24618
chris24618

i assume those who get tmobile tuesday offers will get this, meaning tmobile prepaid users will get the shaft as usual.

LocalShaftExpert
LocalShaftExpert

Yes, you pay to get shafted, expect the whole shaft. You want to pay less, expect less shaft. How the shaft world works.

Mark
Mark

That Shaft was a bad mutha—

Jags
Jags

You could use the +-$50/mo you’re saving using prepaid vs postpaid to buy MLB.TV if it means that much to you.

bgw
bgw

I have T-Mobile Prepaid and get Tuesdays. I thought it was just MetroPCS and MVNOs that didn’t get it?

luvsdeals
luvsdeals

I think it’s prepaid customers that use refill cards like me. I have T-Mobile prepaid and use refill cards and get charged per minute and text so I do not get T-Mobile Tuesdays.

jeph36
jeph36

Does anyone know if offers like this and the various Tuesday T-Mobile discounts apply to T-Mobile home internet customers? Or is it only for phone customers? I am not getting phone service (work pays for mine, cheap MVNOs for wife/kid), but the home internet service is cheaper for likely better service than I can otherwise get a few miles out of town here.

Mike B
Mike B

It’s only for phone service. You actually can’t even access the offers through a browser, you have to go through the app.

jeph36
jeph36

Thanks for the response. It was not going to sway me either way, but it would have been a nice bonus.

Matthew
Matthew

As I remember, you can receive text message with T-mobile home internet router. Why don’t you try to sign up for T-mobile Tuesday, it will send you a code to the router and you can login.