Bitbucket – push repo with git lfs

When I’m trying to push my files into bitbucket repo (some of them tracked by git LFS, pattern is *.uasset), I’m getting this error (I’ve changed actual credentials with ---):

git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false push -v --tags --set-upstream origin master:master
Pushing to

Git LFS: (0 of 241 files) 0 B / 372.25 MB                                      

Post stopped after 3 redirects
Post stopped after 3 redirects
Post stopped after 3 redirects

error: failed to push some refs to ''

Completed with errors, see above.

I don’t know what’s wrong. Can you advice me how to solve this error?

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    Thanks for comments. It seems that Bitbucket really doesn’t provide LFS as a service, so I’m going to try GitLab.

    Actually, BitBucket does provide support for LFS a few months later (July 2016).

    See issue 11204

    Today we released Git LFS in Beta, native in Bitbucket Cloud.
    While LFS support is in Beta, teams up to 5 users get 1 GB of LFS storage and paid team’s storage is based on your user tier.

    To get started with the Git LFS Beta, you can enable it in 1 click on the repositories you would like to try it out on. Simply head to the ‘Git LFS Beta’ section on the left side bar in the repository settings in Bitbucket Cloud.

    For more information on Git LFS, please see this blog.

    That new option is also visible in SourceTree:

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