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fuboTV Has New Pricing

Update: fuboTV reached out to Cord Cutters News to let us know that this price change went into effect in October. They again added that current subscribers will see no price hike as this new rate is only for new customers.

Recently fuboTV quietly raised their price for new subscribers. Now after their first two months at $19.99 new subscribers will pay $39.99 for the fuboTV Premiere package.

The good news is fuboTV did confirm that current subscribers will be grandfathered in at the $34.99 price as long as they are continuously subscribed to the service.

fuboTV is still offering the first two months after the free trial for just $19.99 for their fuboTV Premiere service.

Recently fuboTV has been adding a lot of channels including NESN and MSG. In markets that receive NESN and MSG new subscribers will still get the $19.99 for the first two months deal, but the price after that is $44.99. Current subscribers will be grandfathered in at their current rate.

This is lower than fuboTV first said it would be. At launch the company said the new price would be $49.99, but it appears to have dropped its new price to $39.99.

fuboTV added that soon subscribers will be able to use their fuboTV login and password to access NESN and MSG programming via the NESNgo and MSG websites and apps.

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13 Responses to fuboTV Has New Pricing

  1. Carl Collie November 16, 2017 at 10:21 am #

    I think this is going to be a trend for all services as the market becomes more mature. The early prices where used to bring in market share and introduce the product to a broader market. Sling breaks out their content into packages to try and stabilize the pricing and allow customization, Vue and DirecTV are more traditional cable style providers.

    • Unique_Username99 November 16, 2017 at 10:40 am #

      Except Sling does poor job of packaging which make their service more expensive to me than any of the others.

      • Nathan John Ganiere November 16, 2017 at 11:14 am #

        yeah if you need most the channels, SLING can be the worst priced out there………can even be worst than cable tv itself……….

        • Nathan John Ganiere November 16, 2017 at 11:18 am #

          SLING was great when it was only option but now it’s probably almost the bottom of my list, LOL, some reason whenever I had them, I felt like I was getting ripped off…….probably was cause it performed rather poorly yet at the time…….

        • Carl Collie November 16, 2017 at 11:44 am #

          I agree that in the market they are not price competitive, but they do allow the customer to tailor the packages to control the cost. it is not for me and I am a very satisfied Vue customer for over a year. Even with the incoming price increase it is the best deal out there for me $44.99 blows Sling away. I need regional sports, news, locals, and discovery.

        • Unique_Username99 November 16, 2017 at 11:54 am #

          It’s not about needing most channels. Example. I’d rather have blue than orange. I’d also like to have SEC Network. that requires sports package so that’s already extra, but fine. guess what can’t get it on sport package on blue only Orange. So now I have to get BOTH both blue and orange. Also want MSNBC, but that requires news package. So now just to have MSNBC and SEC Network which is TWO channels I’m paying $50 a month add in HBO and that’s $65. The $60 package form DirecTv Now plus $5 HBO add on is VASTLY superior.

          • Nathan John Ganiere November 16, 2017 at 2:50 pm #

            was just saying some people out there think they need everything and if that’s the case there probably better options than Sling if pocketbook means anything to a person also……

        • NashGuy November 16, 2017 at 12:33 pm #

          Seems to me that Sling is mainly for those folks looking for the cheapest (legal) way to watch live ESPN and CNN. Live sports and news are two of the biggest reasons to have any kind of cable TV service at all. Nothing else on the market gives you those two channels (plus a smattering of others) for $20. But, yeah, if you’re looking for a real replacement for regular cable TV, complete with locals, most of the popular channels, and decent DVR, Sling is not for you.

      • Karl Childers November 16, 2017 at 12:20 pm #

        Speaking of doing a poor job has anyone been to their website lately? It used to be pretty decent but now they make it difficult to see what’s available in each package. You literally have to look at each and every channel and then see whether it has a blue bar, an orange bar, or both underneath it whereas before you’d just select the package and it would highlight the channels that came with it. Not to mention I don’t see any pricing information other than “Services Starting at $20 / month” Do they wait until you’re in to the sign up process before they show you the pricing?

    • Marc H November 17, 2017 at 4:25 am #

      Funny how people thought we would get a la carte channels for pennies when cord cutting started.

  2. Mike Thaler November 16, 2017 at 6:15 pm #

    YTTV has it. Never watched it. Never even turned it on once in 4 months we’ve had service. Didn’t really know what it had. I’ll record some Twilight Zone before sign off.

  3. Respected Citizen November 16, 2017 at 9:41 pm #

    $40 – 45 and no way to add the ESPN channels.

  4. Jessie Mack Farr November 17, 2017 at 6:13 am #

    I love the way Sling TV has their choses because it cost me $35 during college football season than I take the other package when college football is over and it still cost me the same by switching packages around and I get what I like to see … I also got over the air (outside antenna ) and i also have roku … I am happier with this arrangement than cable that was $120. A month… Saving Money is what it’s all about…😁