AHL Live announces early-bird deals
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League and NeuLion, Inc., announced today that early-bird pricing on AHL Live packages for the 2015-16 season is now available.
The AHL Live online streaming platform gives AHL fans more access and options than ever before, with games available to be viewed on PC, iPhone, iPad and Android devices all through a single user account.
Fans who take advantage of early-bird pricing on season packages through Oct. 16 will see a savings of up to $50 off normal pricing, which goes into effect on Oct. 17. Separate packages for the 2016 Calder Cup Playoffs will be announced in April.
Seven packages are available for fans to purchase on AHL Live. In addition to single live and archived games, fans will have the ability to purchase five- or 10-game packages, allowing them to pay in advance and select the games they want to watch during the regular season.
Also available are packages allowing fans to purchase every away game played by their favorite team during the 2015-16 regular season, or a Team – Home & Away pass which allows them to every one of their team’s games. Fans can also subscribe to the “All Access” Pass which includes viewing of all 1,120 games on the AHL schedule during the 2015-16 regular season, as well as access to the library of current season archived footage to watch prior games all year round.
|2015-16 AHL Live Pricing||Early Bird |
(through Oct. 16)
|Regular Season |
(beginning Oct. 17)
|Single Live Game||$7.99||$7.99|
|Single Archived Game||$3.99||$3.99|
|*Team - Away||$99.99||$124.99|
|*Team - Home & Away||$149.99||$199.99|
|* Team Packages and All Access include viewing of current season archived games within each respective package|
About the AHL
Formed in 1936 and celebrating its 80th-anniversary season in 2015–16, the American Hockey League (theahl.com, @TheAHL) serves as the top development league for the players, coaches, managers, executives, broadcasters and staff of all 30 National Hockey League teams. More than 88 percent of today’s NHL players are American Hockey League graduates, and for the 14th year in a row, more than 6 million fans attended AHL games across North America in 2014–15. Through the years, the AHL has been home to more than 100 future members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
NeuLion, Inc. (NLN) offers solutions that power the highest quality digital experiences for live and on-demand content up to 4K on any device. Through its end-to-end technology platform, NeuLion enables digital content management, distribution and monetization for content owners worldwide including the NFL, NBA, World Surf League, Univision Deportes, Euroleague Basketball, AHL, ECHL, and others. With the recent acquisition of DivX, LLC, NeuLion also operates a robust consumer electronics licensing business that has enabled over 1 billion devices worldwide with secure, high-quality video playback, and delivers a DivX consumer software offering that has been downloaded over 1 billion times. NeuLion's customers include major sports, entertainment and global content companies as well as major consumer electronics manufacturers and software companies. NeuLion is headquartered in Plainview, NY. For more information about NeuLion, visit www.NeuLion.com.
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