ESPN+ is the perfect holiday gift

The perfect gift for the holidays is sitting right under your nose. It’s ESPN+, the new streaming service from the Worldwide Leader.

The holidays are basically here. If you’re struggling to think of a perfect item for the sports fan in your life – or if you think you deserve a little holiday treat – you need to check out ESPN+.

If you hadn’t noticed, the clock is about to hit double-zeros in terms of “time left to effectively shop for the holidays.” So if you’re scrambling, just relax and make things easy with ESPN+. 

Firstly, it’s affordable. Like, really affordable. It’s just $4.99 per month (it starts with a free 7-day trial). Or, you can get an annual package, which is just $49.99.

If you’re a math person, you know that’s a saving of nearly $10 ($9.89). If you’re not a math person… well… I just told you.

Secondly, this is the ultimate last-minute gift. You can actually buy an ESPN+ subscription on Christmas day and gift someone their new log-in right after.

So if you’re cheap, it works. If you’re a procrastinator, it works.

Not to mention, everyone gets some time off during the holidays – which is the perfect time to binge watch some of the many, many offerings of ESPN+. 

What’s offered, you ask?

Live streaming games from MLB, MLS, NHL. Select offerings from the PGA Tour, Top Rank Boxing and Grand Slam tennis. Plus college basketball, football, lacrosse, softball and more.

And guess what’s coming in January…

The UFC.

Broadcasting rights for all of the Ultimate Fighting Championship move from Fox to ESPN in January 2019 – and the vast majority of that content will be on ESPN+, not cable.

You can also stream award-winning ESPN originals like E:60, SC Featured, O.J.: Made In America and the very popular 30 for 30 documentary series.

Plus there are more original studio shows like Draft Academy, In the Crease, ESPN FC and Kobe: Detail.

And you can watch all these things on your Fire TV, Android phone and tablet, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Roku.

So don’t wait. Check out ESPN+ today and provide everyone with the best holiday gift. 

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