Fubo is offering 14-day free trials to new subscribers after being named an official streaming service partner of the WNBA’s Chicago Sky. While Fubo has struck partnerships with Major League Baseball teams in the past, this is the company’s first partnership with a WNBA team.
Fubo only offers a 7-day free trial as standard, so this deal doubles the amount of time that new subscribers can watch before paying for a live TV plan.
As the extended free trial is a Chicago Sky-related benefit, the only way to get the 14 days free is to sign up through Fubo’s Chicago Sky landing page. If signing up through the usual Fubo homepage, new subscribers won’t be offered the option of a 14-day free trial and will only get 7 days instead.
For reference, the 14-day free trials are aimed at Chicago Sky non-season ticket members. For those that are Sky season ticket members, Fubo says it is offering “extended free trials.” While it is currently unclear how long, the extended free trial available to Sky season ticket members is expected to be even longer than 14 days.
“We’re extremely excited to introduce a new world class partner to provide greater viewership access to our fans via stream,” said Adam Fox, CEO & president, Chicago Sky. “We look forward to introducing our loyal season ticket holders to Fubo through an extended free trial, as well as providing greater access to all of our fans through the rest of the regular season and as we push towards the playoffs.”
According to Fubo, Sky fans who sign up for a subcription will also benefit from game day discounts at Wintrust Arena. Regardless of whether a Fubo subscriber, Sky fans can also expect to see Fubo branding and information on subscribing displayed at all Sky home games, including on the Jumbotron.