A couple of readers sent this over to us on Thursday:

Upon further investigation, here’s the notice that was sent out to Eagles STH:

Just to be clear, this is not an Eagles-specific thing, but a league-wide change for season ticket holders. I’ll triple check, but there are tweets from other teams’ fans lamenting the same thing.

The NFL+ service used to be complimentary, so no extra cost on top of your season tickets. Now it’s being given out at a discount instead, so that’s $60 if you want the same stuff you had last year. NFL+ is basically a combination of various streaming services the NFL has offered in the past. You now get RedZone, mobile games, the NFL Network, All-22 film, stuff like that. I know a lot of blogger types use it for the ad-free game replays and various other content-creating source material.

Of course, this is not the only way to get RedZone. You can get it by purchasing various packages from respective cable providers. I get it through the YouTube TV add-on. For Comcast users, you need the “more sports” package and FIOS access requires a similar upgrade. It’s not part of the base plan for any local provider.

That’s the gist. A perk that STH used to enjoy, but now it’s a discount instead of complimentary service.