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  Reply # 1122451 5-Sep-2014 11:31
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BigMal: I bit the bullet. I used REP15 and got 15% off.  $85 to follow the Colts  :-)


Thanks I used the code total was about $204 NZD for the whole season.  Go Niners!!! Although hoping they don't regress this season!

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  Reply # 1124464 8-Sep-2014 16:13
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Ok so now we have to pay, the question is how many devices or logins can your account have open at once?

Can I go in 4 ways with 3 mates and all of us watch games at the same time off 1 account?

Or do you think the platform could be a factor? So if we all logged in on the website it gets mad, but if I was on the Windows8 app, another guys on Iphone, another Google and so on it might be ok?

Hard to know without actually trying :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1124585 8-Sep-2014 17:41
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benn1s: Ok so now we have to pay, the question is how many devices or logins can your account have open at once?

Can I go in 4 ways with 3 mates and all of us watch games at the same time off 1 account?

Or do you think the platform could be a factor? So if we all logged in on the website it gets mad, but if I was on the Windows8 app, another guys on Iphone, another Google and so on it might be ok?

Hard to know without actually trying :)


at the moment im watching one game on my PC and have another  on my android tablet with no problems, not sure how many more devices will work

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  Reply # 1124758 9-Sep-2014 00:57
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I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.



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  Reply # 1124763 9-Sep-2014 06:45
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In my experience it's one device at a time. If I'm watching on my Mac and then open the app on the iPad, I get logged out on the Mac. A bit stink, but I guess they must really be cracking down on sharing logins. Not a major issue for my though.

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  Reply # 1124957 9-Sep-2014 12:27
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Qetuonz: I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.


You are only purchasing the rights to watch the game at anyone time on one device. I don't see why people would think they could share. Do you expect to sit on someones lap at a live game if your buy 1 seat?

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  Reply # 1124961 9-Sep-2014 12:35
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Jas777:
Qetuonz: I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.


You are only purchasing the rights to watch the game at anyone time on one device. I don't see why people would think they could share. Do you expect to sit on someones lap at a live game if your buy 1 seat?


then how can i watch 1 game on my pc, another on my tablet and, for a test, another one on my phone . All different games , one account.

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  Reply # 1124980 9-Sep-2014 12:48
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vexxxboy:
Jas777:
Qetuonz: I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.


You are only purchasing the rights to watch the game at anyone time on one device. I don't see why people would think they could share. Do you expect to sit on someones lap at a live game if your buy 1 seat?


then how can i watch 1 game on my pc, another on my tablet and, for a test, another one on my phone . All different games , one account.


Can you do it at different locations? Can you watch on pc at your house. someone else watch on tablet at their house and a 3rd person on a phone at theirs all using one subscription?

And are you viewing all 3 games LIVE?

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  Reply # 1125003 9-Sep-2014 13:10
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Jas777:
vexxxboy:
Jas777:
Qetuonz: I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.


You are only purchasing the rights to watch the game at anyone time on one device. I don't see why people would think they could share. Do you expect to sit on someones lap at a live game if your buy 1 seat?


then how can i watch 1 game on my pc, another on my tablet and, for a test, another one on my phone . All different games , one account.


Can you do it at different locations? Can you watch on pc at your house. someone else watch on tablet at their house and a 3rd person on a phone at theirs all using one subscription?

And are you viewing all 3 games LIVE?


at the moment im watching the live game on both devices. never tried it at different locations. must try it.

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  Reply # 1125010 9-Sep-2014 13:18
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vexxxboy:
Jas777:
vexxxboy:
Jas777:
Qetuonz: I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.


You are only purchasing the rights to watch the game at anyone time on one device. I don't see why people would think they could share. Do you expect to sit on someones lap at a live game if your buy 1 seat?


then how can i watch 1 game on my pc, another on my tablet and, for a test, another one on my phone . All different games , one account.


Can you do it at different locations? Can you watch on pc at your house. someone else watch on tablet at their house and a 3rd person on a phone at theirs all using one subscription?

And are you viewing all 3 games LIVE?


at the moment im watching the live game on both devices. never tried it at different locations. must try it.


Not meant to be a slight but I suggest you test it next Monday morning and see if you can use multiple devices at multiple locations (I think the IP address of the modem/router may affect what NFL pass thinks is happening) with different LIVE games. Might want to also test if you can watch different LIVE games at the same location on multiple devices.




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  Reply # 1125055 9-Sep-2014 14:06
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sometimes it will boot you from diff devices, but you seem to have a better chance using different operating systems (i.e. a windows laptop and iPad is more likely to work concurrently, than twi windows laptops)

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  Reply # 1125532 10-Sep-2014 08:25
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Jas777:
Qetuonz: I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.


You are only purchasing the rights to watch the game at anyone time on one device. I don't see why people would think they could share. Do you expect to sit on someones lap at a live game if your buy 1 seat?


See theres where your whole comment went wrong.. "I dont see"... It doesnt really matter what you see or dont see, because this is the internet where all things are possible... Sky purchases the rights to screen content on their network, yet we can circumvent this using the magic of "the internet" and pay for Netflix, which I can 'share' the login with friends and they too can access the content....... Wow!!!!

So, it stands to reason that it may well be possible to log into 1 Game Day account on different platforms such as Android & Apple without the two being smart enough to catch people out.... 



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  Reply # 1125550 10-Sep-2014 08:33
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I got a 50% off code from a member on here as I never got an email from premierleaguepass (they sent out an offer to plp subscribers), plp came through with one after so if anyone wants it shoot me a pm

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  Reply # 1125579 10-Sep-2014 09:34
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JarrodM: I got a 50% off code from a member on here as I never got an email from premierleaguepass (they sent out an offer to plp subscribers), plp came through with one after so if anyone wants it shoot me a pm


gone now

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  Reply # 1125657 10-Sep-2014 11:47
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benn1s:
Jas777:
Qetuonz: I thought I could handle not watching my niners, but as it got closer to the season I had to get it. Got the season pass today.

They have a new download feature available for Apple products.

So, I was going to download a completed game on my iPhone, while watching a game on my PC and it wouldn't let me. It said I could only be logged in on one device at a time. So don't think it's looking good for 'sharing' a membership.


You are only purchasing the rights to watch the game at anyone time on one device. I don't see why people would think they could share. Do you expect to sit on someones lap at a live game if your buy 1 seat?


See theres where your whole comment went wrong.. "I dont see"... It doesnt really matter what you see or dont see, because this is the internet where all things are possible... Sky purchases the rights to screen content on their network, yet we can circumvent this using the magic of "the internet" and pay for Netflix, which I can 'share' the login with friends and they too can access the content....... Wow!!!!

So, it stands to reason that it may well be possible to log into 1 Game Day account on different platforms such as Android & Apple without the two being smart enough to catch people out.... 




So you are essentially saying that anything that you can do on the internet is ok to do?

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