Verizon has stated that the two beIN channels are the same (one in English and one in Spanish) and that many off the games are simulcast. This is from Ben Grad, Verizon's Director of Content Acquisition and Programming in a post on the blog announcing that beIN was added:
beIN SPORT en español generally features the same programming as beIN SPORT, just in different languages (and program re-airs sometimes happen at different times). Major live events are typically simulcast (air at the same time on each network).
This is directly from beIN's website:
6. What is the difference between beIN SPORT and beIN SPORT en Español?
They are two distinct beIN SPORT networks, both of which have SAP capabilities. Programming and scheduling may vary between both channels.
Sounds like beIN's thoughts on their channels differs with Verizon's version.
I also saw where Verizon no longer calls the Extreme Package the tier for sports and moved that to the Ultimate Package.
Bein Sports on Sports Pass for $10 per month. Bein Sports in Spanish on Spanish Package for $7.50 per month (50% discount for 1 year, regular price is $15/month). Additional $17.50 for both channels to my Extreme Package is not bad, wish it was only an additional $10.