Finding the right streaming service takes balancing the “wants” category of your budget. Using the 50/30/20 budget framework, where 50% of your income applies to needs, 30% to wants, and 20% to savings and debt repayment, Fubo would fall within the 30% category.

To free up room in your budget for a streaming service like , you can explore new ways to save money by lowering costs in other areas. 

Another angle worth investigating is rewards categories if you use a credit card. Some cards offer perks for streaming services, with as much as 6% cash back.

Fubo also offers a free trial for each plan option, allowing subscribers to try before they buy. Fubo free trials sometimes last only 24 hours, so be sure to check the latest offerings before signing up. 

You will need to provide a credit or debit card to initiate the trial, and at the end of your free period Fubo will automatically switch you over to a paid subscription unless you cancel. When signing up, look on the checkout screen for the date and time your free trial will end, or check in the MyAccount section once you’re on the site.

What Plans Does Fubo Offer?

Fubotv/connect offers three main plans so subscribers can customize their service. English-speaking packages range from $75mo. to $95/mo. and come with 145–243 channels, 10 simultaneous household streams and 2 on the go, and 1,000 hours of cloud DVR.

Fubo Plans and Pricing

  Pro Elite Premier Latino
Monthly price $75/mo. $85/mo. $95/mo. $33/mo.
Free trial length Seven days Seven days Seven Days Seven days
No ads X X X X
DVR Space 1,000 hours 1,000 hours 1,000 hours 250 hours
Number of screens Unlimited (10 at home, two on the go) Unlimited (10 at home, two on the go) Unlimited (10 at home, two on the go) Two
Live channels 145+ 204+ 213+ 47+