Can I cancel fubo and get a refund?

Answered by Michael Wilson

I understand that you’re considering canceling your FuboTV subscription and you’re wondering if you can get a refund. Unfortunately, I have to inform you that once you cancel your subscription, you won’t be offered a refund. This is stated in FuboTV’s cancellation policy.

When you cancel your subscription, FuboTV allows you to continue accessing their service until the end of your current billing period. So even if you cancel in the middle of a month, you will still have access to FuboTV until your billing period is over. This means that you’ll be able to enjoy the service for the remaining days of your subscription.

It’s important to note that FuboTV’s decision not to offer refunds is not uncommon in the streaming industry. Many streaming services have similar policies in place because they provide immediate access to their content upon subscription. This means that once you’ve paid for a month, you’ve already received the service, and a refund for that period is typically not given.

While it can be disappointing to not receive a refund, it’s worth considering the value you received from FuboTV during your subscription. Did you enjoy the content and find it worth the price? If so, you may still feel that you received good value for your money, even if you decide to cancel.

If you’re unsure about canceling your FuboTV subscription, I would recommend considering your options and weighing the pros and cons. It may be helpful to evaluate your viewing habits and determine if FuboTV is still meeting your needs. Additionally, you could explore other streaming services to see if there are better alternatives available.

Canceling your FuboTV subscription will not result in a refund. You’ll have access to the service until the end of your billing period, allowing you to continue enjoying FuboTV for the remaining days. While it can be disappointing not to receive a refund, it’s important to evaluate the value you received during your subscription and consider your viewing habits before making a decision.