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If they want to watch games, football fans are used to changing the channel. When selling its schedule to big TV networks like CBS, FOX, and NBC, the NFL does so cheerfully.
More internet channels are competing to cover the NFL’s game as streaming video services become more and more popular. And Amazon’s Prime Video is one of the most powerful comapny in the streaming services.
For the next 11 years, Thursday Night Football games will only be broadcast on Prime Video. However, Prime Video doesn’t charge extra fees for NFL streaming. Prime Video costs $8.99, or you can get it as part of your bigger Amazon Prime subscription for $14.99 per month or $139 per year.
Here is how to join Prime Video and watch Thursday Night Football right away
- First, Sign in or Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Prime Video
- Then open the Prime Video app on your device. Don’t have an app, download it from App Store or Google Play Store.
- Now, find Thursday Night Football on the homepage, or in the search bar, Sports section, or “Live & Upcoming” carousel.
- Select that day’s game.
- Press play.
The Prime Video app supports live sports on more than 650 connected devices, including Fire TV and the Fire tablet, set-top boxes, media players (Roku, Google Chromecast, Apple TV), game consoles (Xbox, PlayStation), smart TVs, and tablets and mobile phones running iOS or Android.
Although the exclusive streaming of football is a major deal, most viewers shouldn’t notice a significant difference in their viewing experience. Simply use the Prime Video app that has already been downloaded to your smart TV or media streaming device instead of switching to a specific traditional broadcast channel.
You can also record the entire season, to opt-in, find a Thursday Night Football game on Prime Video, then click the “Record” button. All of the games, as well as the pregame, postgame, and alternate broadcasts for every week, will be recorded. All content is cloud-stored and accessible until the beginning of the subsequent NFL season, so it won’t take up any DVR space.
When you opt-in, you have full access to pause, fast-forward, and rewind during live games as well as full replays after they are over. You will still have access to 15 minutes of rewind from the time you started the game, as well as the ability to pause and fast-forward as necessary, even if you choose not to sign up to record the entire season.
Thursday Night Football Schedule (at 7 pm ET/4:00 pm PT with kickoff at 8:15 pm ET/5:15 pm PT)
- Sept. 15th — Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- Sept. 22nd — Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns
- Sept. 29th — Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals
- Oct. 6th — Indianapolis Colts vs. Denver Broncos
- Oct. 13 — Washington Commanders vs. Chicago Bears
- Oct. 20 — New Orleans Saints vs. Arizona Cardinals
- Oct. 27 — Baltimore Ravens vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Nov. 3 — Philadelphia Eagles vs. Houston Texans
- Nov. 10 — Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers
- Nov. 17 — Tennessee Titans vs. Green Bay Packers
- Dec. 1 — Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots
- Dec. 8 — Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles Rams
- Dec. 15 — San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks
- Dec. 22 — Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New York Jets
- Dec. 29 — Dallas Cowboys vs. Tennessee Titans