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# 180809 22-Sep-2015 16:16
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With more season pass pricing plans revealed on the website I'm interested in perceptions on pricing vs LightboxSports and other streaming sports plans.

I'm assuming that the Super15 Final and the NRL Grand Final will be the same as getting a one day pass for the event.  
And its one of those things - would anyone watch every EPL game?  Maybe the diehard fans would watch more than just their team.  It'd be hard work tho!

Interesting that most things cost around $10-12/week on a season pass basis.  Premium for Super15 - is it justified?



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  # 1392443 23-Sep-2015 08:51
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Only time will tell, if they put prices up in the future then obviously demand is there and the price must be too low or it is affecting Sky sport subscribers. If prices fall then obviously prices are too high and it hasn't affected Sky sport subscribers.







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  # 1393014 23-Sep-2015 19:37
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Less a question about whether prices will move, more a question about perception on pricing.
And I was always curious on perception vs reality.  

Even the NBA has pricing around the $10/week for its streaming option.  Like the EPL the price per match is very low but binge watching every match of the NBA, almost a full time job.




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