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DrunkCat 95 71 August 20, 2014 at 03:17 PM in Entertainment (6)
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NHL Gamecenter [nhl.com]
Now, $45 is the absolute lowest you can go. That requires the following:


Got so more posts saying that the $75 price is indeed possible. If you're not getting it through Russia, try Romania or any other eastern-European location.
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Looks like Russian's no longer get a special price. If someone finds a country with a lower price I'll be sure to post it but for now it seems it's a flat $100 for any location other than US. The best that can be done now as far as what I'm seeing in this thread is either $90 using the discover card 10%. The NHL Code is also apparently US only so the best price there would be $135 ($119 hypothetically with discover). Sorry all! Original post follows.
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Now, I didn't have the latter two so I paid $75 for the season. That's still a pretty good deal for me anyways though.bounce

As for being russian, that's ridiculously easy if you have the chrome browser. Just get Hola ( https://chrome.google.com/webstor...klfbnlmeio ) Open a new tab, select Russia, google/navigate to NHL Gamecenter, and bam. You should see NHL Gamecenter for $75. I paid via paypal but I imagine the regular form is also indiscriminate.

Also protip: If you want to go the extra mile and circumnavigate the blackouts (of your local market teams) you can get https://adfreetime.com/ for $2 a month. However that (avoiding blackouts) is actually covered by their terms of service (and by covered I mean you'll get a $100 ETF) so tread lightly.

Also bonus: NFL [nfl.com] also offers a similar service to game center except theirs is absolutely banned in the US. It's called gamepass [nfl.com] and it's $100 for a single team or $130 for the season (minus playoffs+superbowl) or $200 for absolutely everything. You can also use Hola to get it but you'll probably want to have ADT [adfreetime.com] to actually enjoy it.

Also goods news everyone: Hockeystreams now supports google chromecast [hockeystreams.com]. Hockeystreams [hockeystreams.com] is the alternative to Gamecenter and it is $100 (until Sept. 13) for one year. It offers any and all games (across multiple leagues, not just NHL) with very very little delay (anecdotal: GC has 30~90s delays, HS has 1~3s). So if you want to watch blacked out games (without risking the wrath of the TOS), other leagues, or be as close to live as possible and don't mind paying an extra $25 then this would be your deal.
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so if i order via paypal thru the russian hola, can i then stream it on my ps4 and other devices? or does it always have to be on browser and through Hola?
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so if i order via paypal thru the russian hola, can i then stream it on my ps4 and other devices? or does it always have to be on browser and through Hola?
You can absolutely stream via the PS3/4. That's how I usually catch the games.
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so you just need the hola extension to order it. once you order it everything goes to normal? also im assuming blackout restrictions for local games apply if you do it this way correct?
thanks for the information I am about to pull the trigger
Also I am assuming you are talking about the 25$ off in the NHL 15 game up and coming correct?
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Yeah the black out is for local games. I should really update the first post with all this stuff haha. There's a link to an nhl page that gives you the teams in your market by zip code. I'll update and add the link soon. Oh and yes, it's nhl15 that comes with the promo code.
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Link for the NFL version please? and what is ADT?
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Last edited by mastermind85 August 20, 2014 at 04:41 PM
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if i buy here in Maine (bruins blackout) but my buddy logs in in North Carolina will he be able to watch the Bruins? (i catch all my local games on tv no problem, i want for other teams)
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What does "NHL Game" mean?
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NHL 15 for video gaming console... made by EA Sports
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Quote from DrunkCat View Post :

Also protip: If you want to go the extra mile and circumnavigate the blackouts you can get https://adfreetime.com/ for $2 a month. However that (avoiding blackouts) is actually covered by their terms of service (and by covered I mean you'll get a $100 ETF) so tread lightly.
This is an interesting idea, however, this seems pretty risky. Straight from their ToS.

"IF YOU CIRCUMVENT OR ATTEMPT TO CIRCUMVENT ANY BLACKOUT RESTRICTION OR OTHER USE RESTRICTION: YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WILL BE SUBJECT TO IMMEDIATE TERMINATION AND A CHARGE OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100.00) FOR EARLY TERMINATION WILL BE APPLIED TO YOUR CREDIT CARD; YOU MAY BE SUBJECT TO LEGAL ACTION; AND THE NHL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REPORT SUCH MISCONDUCT TO APPROPRIATE LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITIES"
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Or just hit up Hockstreams.com instead?
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Alright I updated the post to be more informative. ADT is adfreetime.com (DNS service). And yup, that be the TOS line about "use".

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if i buy here in Maine (bruins blackout) but my buddy logs in in North Carolina will he be able to watch the Bruins? (i catch all my local games on tv no problem, i want for other teams)
I believe that is correct? I haven't tried it but the blackout is based by your "location".
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Last edited by DrunkCat August 20, 2014 at 05:27 PM
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does it come with a coupon?
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if i buy here in Maine (bruins blackout) but my buddy logs in in North Carolina will he be able to watch the Bruins? (i catch all my local games on tv no problem, i want for other teams)
If it works the same way MLB.tv works, then yes he should be fine, he would just be blacked out of any games that air in his local market in North Carolina.
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i am seeing 4.95/ month usd
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