How to Get a Fox Sports Free Trial With a Virtual Credit Card

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How to Get a Fox Sports Free Trial With a Virtual Credit Card

Sports fans know that Fox Sports carries a huge variety of sports content. It's owned by parent company Fox Corporation, and encompasses television networks, digital programming, multiple websites, and much more. Can you access this bounty of programming with a ? It's possible, but it's more complicated than you'd expect at first glance. Here's what you need to know to get a free look at Fox Sports, and how DoNotPay can protect you from unexpected charges.

Can You Get a Fox Sports Free Trial?

The answer to that question is complicated. There are multiple ways to access Fox Sports, and most people watch it as a part of their TV programming subscription. But you can also download the Fox Sports app to many devices, including Android, iOS, Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and XBox One.

The app is free, but there's a catch. You still can't see any of the programmings without a paid TV subscription. So if you expect to sidestep paying for the channels on your TV by using the app, that's not going to work.

Is There Any Way to Get a Fox Sports Free Trial?

This doesn't mean it's impossible to get a free trial, but it's going to take a little more effort. The only way to get a look at Fox Sports without paying is by going through the service provider - either an online streaming service or a TV programming provider. Here are your options:

Online Streaming Services

  • FuboTV
  • DirectTV Stream
  • Hulu
  • Sling
  • YouTube TV
  • Vidgo

TV Programming Providers

  1. Xfinity
  2. Dish Network
  3. DirecTV

To get access to Fox Sports without paying for a subscription, you'll have to sign up for a free trial with one of these providers. But be warned: most of these services are not cheap, and they have a very short free trial period.

How Can I Find a Fox Sports Free Trial?

To sample Fox Sports without paying for it, you'll have to sign up for one of the subscription services that carry it.

Streaming ServiceFree TrialPeriodAutomatic RenewalCost After Free TrialCancellation


fuboTV free trial7 DaysYes$29.99 to $74.99/monthdepending on package cancel fuboTV

Direct TV Stream

No, if you cancel the subscription soon enough, you can get a refund.You have to cancel the subscription in the first 14 days to get a refund.Yes$69.99 to $139/month, depending on the packageDirectTV


Hulu free trial7 to 30 days, depending on the subscription package.Yes$5.99 to $54.99/monthdepending on the package.cancel a Hulu subscription

Sling TV

Sling TV free trialIt varies, but is currently three days/Yes$25 to $45/month depending on the package. cancel Sling TV

YouTube TV

YouTube TV free trial.14 days to 30 daysYes$64.99, with optional add-on services for additional chargescancel YouTube TV


Yes7 daysYes$55 to $79.95/month depending on the package.

TV Programming Providers

Streaming ServiceFree TrialPeriodAutomatic RenewalCost After Free TrialCancellation


NoMonthly subscriptionVaries by locationcancel your Xfinity account

Dish Network

No, although they periodically offer free previews of channels not included in your package.Monthly subscription$52.99 to $132.99/ month depending on the packageFile a Dish Network complaint if you have problems


No, you have a very short window to cancel and have your money refunded.You must cancel within 24 hours.Yes, until you cancel the subscription.$64.99 to $134/month depending on the package

Keep a Free Trial Truly Free With DoNotPay Virtual Credit Card

Given the very short time period of many of the free trials offered by these services, and the high cost of their monthly subscriptions, taking a gamble on a free trial can get expensive. People often miss the window to cancel before they get charged for the subscription,

To ensure you're not stuck with an expensive bill just so you can get a , DoNotPay has created their free Virtual Credit Card. This ingenious solution protects you from ever getting charged when a free trial ends. Here's how it works:

  1. When you request a Virtual Credit Card, DoNotPay creates a random number and information, such as expiration date and security code.
  2. The card is only authorized for a single transaction, so it can be verified when you sign up for the free trial.
  3. When the trial ends and the company tries to automatically charge the card for the subscription fee, the charge is declined, because there is no actual credit or money associated with the card.
  4. You are automatically unsubscribed, with no effort on your part.

Using a DoNotPay Virtual Credit Card is an easy and efficient way to protect yourself from ever paying for a subscription you don't want. It works with just about any free trial that requires a credit card to start. And that's not the only brilliant solution we have for you.

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