12-07-2011 10:16 PM
Originally it was $189 for early birds , then after the first week of the season it jumps to $199. With the season being only 66 games , I would imagine they will come out with a new price. I am hoping with a lot of fans being ticked off about the lockout, the NBA will come out with a real nice price for NBA league pass.
12-09-2011 5:20 AM
12-14-2011 8:11 AM
Could have seen that coming.
Basically, Doofus Stern is telling the fans that it's somehow THEIR fault there hasn't been a season, and they're going to need to be punished so the mighty league can recoup their losses.
Any of you have a different outlook now as to who's throwing a tantrum in the ongoing saga of the NHL vs. AT&T over NHL Network carriage? Think there isn't a David Stern within the ranks of the NHL?
12-14-2011 6:19 PM
12-16-2011 9:55 AM
The price for Nba league pass will be $169 for the 2011-12 season according to a csr I talked with this morning. The price includes broadband access and mobile access.
12-17-2011 7:00 AM
Anyone know when they are going to update their price to reflect the new shortened season at $169? I called UVERSE CS and went to ch 9910, they both still say $199. Good luck finding any information about it online. Thanks.
12-17-2011 10:48 AM
Since AT&T doesn't have anything online about it, Time Warner DOES. In a nutshell:
... $169 for regular season. Online ordering started 12/15 for them, who knows with AT&T
... League Pass games begin 12/26
... Free Preview runs from 12/25/11-01/08/12, who knows with AT&T as this is their first venture with iNDemand
... Half-season Free Preview 02/28/12-03/04/12, with $89 price
REMEMBER ------ this is NOT for AT&T, they will do what they decide to. HOWEVER ---- since the NBA more than likely got involved to get as many providers of League Pass as possible revenue sources for their to-date losses, AT&T will probably follow what TWC is doing, based on the NBA itself putting down the basic ground rules.
Keep in mind also ----- the $10 HD fee is required on your account for this package, as AT&T has said already.