WHL Live Early Bird pricing now available


Calgary, AB – The Western Hockey League, in conjunction with its digital media partner NeuLion, announced today that Early Bird pricing for WHL Live is now available until October 2nd.

Powered by NeuLion, WHL Live provides coverage of all 22 teams in the WHL and will deliver all 792 games throughout the WHL’s 2016-17 season, which opens Friday, September 23rd, as well as coverage throughout the 2017 WHL Playoffs.

The WHL and NeuLion will continue to offer a wide range of package options to suit the needs of all WHL fans. Early Bird pricing provides the best value for subscribers and is available now until October 2nd at In addition to single games, packages range from the 5-Game Pack to the All Access Pass to provide the ultimate in choice for any WHL fan!

WHL Live – 2016-17 Early Bird Pricing (Available until October 2nd)WHLLive
Team Away Pass                             $69.95                  ($20 savings)
Team Home and Away Pass        $189.95               ($10 savings)
WHL Live All Access                        $289.95               ($30 savings)
*All prices in Canadian dollars

This year, WHL fans will continue to enjoy the enhanced WHL Live platform. The enhanced WHL Live platform gives viewers the opportunity to watch up to four games at once with picture-in-picture and quad-view options along with the ability to choose between the home or away audio feed. WHL Live is also available for the iPhone, iPad, Android Smartphone, and Android Tablet through the WHL Live app.

Fans can still take advantage of the live support chat option, accessible directly from the WHL Live site, which instantly connects viewers to a customer support team member to resolve any issues.


For further information, please contact:

Corey St. Laurent – Senior Manager, Communications –
Taylor Rocca – Coordinator, Communications –

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