This post contains an advertisement, so for your reading pleasure I'm putting it below the jump. We don't like writing sponsored posts any more than you like reading them, but SBN is a company, and companies need to make money. Apologies if these things rub you the wrong way. There is an offer here, though, so if you're a current Comcast customer looking to upgrade, or a non-Comcast customer interested in MLB Extra Innings, you might want to read on. If neither applies to you, please feel free to skip right by.
So, as the headline points out, Comcast is our newest sponsor, and among the biggest. This is great news for SBN, because Comcast has a lot of money, and they're giving some of it to us. Money is how companies grow and develop. Of course, they're not just handing over a bunch of sacks - this is a partnership, and our end of the bargain is that we inform you, the reader, of the deal they're offering. Note that BtB was hand-selected to participate in this campaign, which in a way is kind of flattering.
What's the offer? Let me tell you:
1. If you are a current Comcast customer, they are offering you:
Digital Preferred TV with MLB Network for only $9.99 a month for the first six months
2. If you are not yet a Comcast customer, the deal is better:
You can switch from Dish Network or AT&T and get MLB Extra Innings for the low, low price of free.
Only Comcast brings you MLB Extra Innings and their great coverage of MLB Network. Dish Network and AT&T U-Verse can’t say that!
To take part in this offer, pick up your phone and dial 1-800-COMCAST. Mention the SBNation deal.
I don't know a whole lot about Comcast. We've only had it for a month, albeit a month that's been problem-free. So I can't personally vouch for their product. They are offering a pretty good deal, though - especially the second one - and while I've only ever used MLB.tv, the people I know with Extra Innings are all pretty happy with it. So if you're interested, I* encourage you to do some further investigation.
Comcast is an SB Nation partner and sponsor of the SB Nation baseball communities.
This post is one of a series of sponsored posts related to our relationship with Comcast.