Spectrum Customers Can Now Save 25% On Fubo’s Pro Plan

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With its dispute with Disney ongoing, Charter appears to be stepping up its efforts to maintain Spectrum customers by expanding its deal with Fubo to include a discount on the streaming service’s Pro live TV package.


Soon after the dispute between Charter and Disney was first confirmed, Spectrum customers started receiving emails advising them of a special Fubo deal. Basically, Charter had teamed up with Fubo to offer a 30% discount on Fubo’s most expensive Ultimate package.

While that deal is still available, Spectrum and Fubo are also now offering affected customers the option to save 25% on Fubo’s Pro plan. Considering Pro is much cheaper than Ultimate, this might be a better option for those looking to regain their lost Disney channels at a cheaper price.


Compared to the Ultimate package which costs $99.99 a month (down to $69.99 with the Spectrum discount), the Pro plan is priced at $74.99 a month. When then signing up through the Spectrum promotional page, and applying the 25% discount, the cost of the Pro plan drops down to $56.24 a month.

Fubo Spectrum discount
Fubo Spectrum discount

Exactly the same as with the Ultimate discount, Spectrum’s special Fubo pricing only applies to the first two months of a subscription. For those that remain subscribed after the discounted two months, they will automatically be charged the usual ($74.99 a month) rate.

It is also worth keeping in mind that Fubo tends to apply a regional sports fee in many locations across the United States, so the actual price homes will pay could be higher than the advertised Spectrum discounted price.


Regardless of whether signing up to Fubo with the 30% Ultimate or the 25% Pro discount, all Spectrum customers also get a 7-day free trial to test out the service.

John Finn

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