Find Out About NBC Sports Free Trial

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How to Get NBC Sports Free Trial Without Using a Credit Card

Although NBC doesn't have a straightforward free trial, you can access their free trial on one of their numerous online TV free trials. It's worth noting that, while you'll get a free trial, different packages will provide unique NBC channels.

Signing up for an , however, has its risks. You may forget to cancel your subscription before the trial period ends, and this will result in extra charges for your credit account. It might take a while to notice the additional bills on your statement, but it sure will be a large sum. You wouldn't want anything messing with your finances.

DoNotPay has a free virtual credit that will help you avoid being charged even after NBC'S free trial period has ended.

How to Register for an NBC Free Trial

NBC offers a seven-day trial through their online subsidiary television stations like Hulu and AT&T. Signing up for through any online television service is relatively easy as you will have to sign up with the service provider you use for your television entertainment, and that's it.

How to Cancel NBC Free Trial

Follow these simple steps to terminate your NBC Sports Gold free trial subscription:

1. Sign in to your NBC Sports Gold membership.

2. Select My Accounts from the drop-down menu.

3. Select Subscriptions from the drop-down menu.

4. Toggle the auto-renew button off to deactivate auto-renew.

Your membership will stay active until the end of your paying cycle. If you want to terminate before your membership renews, NBC Sports Gold does not offer refunds.

Free Trial Subscription Risks

Many membership offers are appealing, mainly if they provide a trial membership. On the other hand, free trial offerings may be complicated, and there's usually a catch.

Here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to free trial offers:

  • You will be charged if you do not cancel on time. For a "free trial," you usually have to provide your credit card number. If you don't cancel before the trial time finishes, the firm will charge you. Dishonest companies make it difficult for you to withdraw from their service and continue charging you even if you no longer desire the goods or membership. Make sure you understand the trial period's terms. Make a note on your calendar to remind you to cancel if you sign up. If you cannot cancel NBC's free trial subscription, contact your credit card provider and request that the payments be halted.
  • The web advertisement you saw may not be from the company selling the product. Companies engage affiliate marketers to sell their products, and these marketers produce many of the free trial advertising you see online. When you click on an affiliate marketer's ad, they get compensated. Some dishonest affiliate marketers use inflated promises or false information to persuade you to click on their advertising.

How to Avoid Paying Extra Charges After a Trial Period End

Here are some of the things you can do to avoid getting charged after a free trial period end:

  1. Make a note in your calendar: Your free trial offer is only valid for a limited period. After the cancellation time has passed, you may be responsible for additional items or services, as well as further payments.
  2. Maintain a close eye on your bank statements. That way, if you're being billed for a service you didn't request, you'll know immediately.

Avoid Automatic Renewal With DoNotPay Virtual Credit Card

Thanks to the DoNotPay virtual credit card, you can now rest easy knowing that you can register for free trials without having to worry about extra charges on your credit card.

Why Use DoNotPay to Cancel Your NBC Subscription

Fast: You don't have to spend hours trying to cancel NBC's subscription on your own.

Easy: You don't have to struggle to fill out tedious forms or keep track of all the steps involved in canceling your free trial subscriptions.

Successful: You can rest assured knowing we'll cancel your free trial on time to avoid getting charged.

DoNotPay Works Across All Companies/Entities/Groups With the Click of a Button

DoNotPay works with a myriad of clients and companies. Besides working with you to cancel your NBC subscription, we can also:

  • Help cancel your Amazon free trial just as much as we can your Grammarly free trial subscription.
  • Or, help you manage your Etsy free trial subscription the same way we can with your Microsoft free trial subscription.

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