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Save 46% on a stacked streaming service for sports fans

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Save 46% on a stacked streaming service for sports fans

TL;DR: A one-month subscription to fuboTV is on sale for £26.36 as of Nov. 22, saving you 46% on list price.


If you don't have Sky but miss watching live sports, TV, or breaking news coverage, consider subscribing to fuboTV. 

Never heard of it? Well, we bet you've heard of CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, AMC, NFL Network, MSNBC, MTV, Nickelodeon, TLC, and Discovery, all of which you can stream with this service. In fact, you'll get over 100 channels and won't have to sign a contract beyond this month.

And if you're a sports fan, fuboTV will give you access to games from the NFL, UEFA Champions League, LaLiga, EPL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and more. With fuboTV, you can stream all your live channels to your phone, laptop, tablet, or TV with Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV 4th Gen, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, or Samsung TV. You can stream on up to three devices at once, so the service is perfect for families and roommates. You can even record up to 500 hours of TV to a cloud-based DVR.  Read more...

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