FuboTV and BeIN Sports Launch 40% Off Promo Package

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FuboTV has partnered with BeIN Sports to offer a limited time promotion of 40% off of fuboTV’s Premier package for the first two months. BeIN sports is a spinoff of the Al Jazeera network which packages several global sports networks together. BeIN has exclusive rights to stream the world’s best football (or soccer if you’re Canadian) leagues in many countries.

FuboTV might not be a familiar name in the streaming world yet, but it likely will be soon. Fubo is growing in popularity among sports fans, especially fans of international football. Fubo offers dozens of sports channels and even several major cable networks. Channels offered include the BeIN sports package, and channels from Fox, NBC, A&E, NBA TV, SyFy, National Geographic, and more. Fubo’s Premier package normally costs $34.99 a month, but it’ll be just over $20 with this offer. The service offers users 58 channels to choose from. FuboTV is available on Amazon Fire devices, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast or as a standalone app on Mac or Windows computers, iOS, and Android phones & tablets.

The 40% off promotion ends June 23rd, 2017. After that, the price of Fubo’s premier package, including the BeIN network, goes back to $34.99 a month. The BeIN network isn’t widely available in the US over cable or satellite and recently ended a deal with the Playstation Vue streaming service. This promotion is a great way to get in on an excellent all-in-one streaming television service – especially for football fans. Check out our fuboTV review for more info.

Click here to take advantage of the offer.

Brett Tingley

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