fuboTV’s Latino Plan Is Now Just $59 For 3 Months ($40 Saving)

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fuboTV has temporarily dropped the price of its Latino Quarterly plan down to just $19.67 per month for those that sign up and prepay for the first three months. fuboTV offers more than one plan for consumers to choose from, but Latino Quarterly is the only one that’s specifically designed for Spanish-speaking viewers.


Normally, the Latino Quarterly plan costs $33 per month ($99 each quarter). In comparison, the next cheapest fuboTV plan is Pro, priced at $69.99 per month. As to be expected, the lower price does mean a reduction in some features, including the number of channels a home has access to.

Right now, those signing up to fuboTV for the first time are able to subscribe to the Latino Quarterly plan for just $19.67 per month As this is a quarterly deal, consumers are expected to pay $59 up front for the first three months when signing up through the fuboTV website or one of the platform apps. Still, the deal works out to be $40 cheaper over the course of the full three-month period.


Once the discounted three months come to an end, subscribers will automatically be charged $99 for the next quarter unless they cancel their subscription before the end of the third month. As there is also no free trial available with this promotion, consumers will be expected to pay the full $59 before gaining access to the service.

fuboTV Latino Quarterly deal summary
$40 off 3 months deal

In total, the Latino Quarterly plan unlocks access to 45 channels, including beIN Sports, Fox Deportes, TUDM, Univision, and ESPN Deportes. This is in addition to 250 hours of cloud DVR for recordings. It also looks as though fuboTV has bundled Family Share with the deal, upgrading the number of devices that can access the service at the same time from two to three.

Overall, this deal can be a good way to test out fuboTV’s Latino Quarterly plan over a longer period at a cheaper price than usual. For reference, the promotion first became available yesterday (October 11) and is due to end on October 17th, 2022.

John Finn

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