B1G+ Eliminates the monthly school pass

B1G+ subscribers will see some changes this summer.

From July 1, B1G+ will no longer offer a monthly school pass. An email to subscribers Friday morning said the streaming service is “consolidating our subscription options to provide access to more non-televised events across the Big Ten Conference at a better value.”

The current monthly school pass allowed subscribers to select a school and gain access to all their B1G+ games and that school’s on-demand library. That subscription cost $9.95 per month.

By eliminating the school-specific subscriptions, the streaming service is reducing the subscription options from 42 to two. Those are B1G+ annual ($119.95) and B1G+ monthly ($12.99).

The new plans give subscribers access to the entire league, including new members Oregon, UCLA, USC and Oregon, for non-televised events, along with the expanded on-demand library of “next day on-demand full and condensed game replays and Big Ten Network classics and originals”.

The downside is that you have to pay extra for unwanted features, something that streaming services continue to find ways to force subscribers to do.

Although live football games are not broadcast on B1G+, many other sports play a number of games that are not televised, including volleyball, wrestling, women’s basketball, baseball and softball.

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