Free Premier League Football 20 games in December if you've got Amazon Prime
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Free Premier League Football 20 games in December if you've got Amazon Prime

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Starts at 05/12/2019Expires on 26/12/2019Posted 13th Jun
Premier League football fixtures in December if you have Amazon prime membership great freebie

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I don't have a prime membership but I do have a free 6 months prime video from an EE add-on which I can watch via fire TV stick. So would I be able to watch these

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Interesting that they are going to show every match those weekends. Giving fans the choice of who they watch is something that has eluded the likes of sky so far. Could really shake things up in how this country views live football.
toddyj998713/06/2019 09:29

Hows it Free when you pay for Prime?


It's free for prime subscribers i.e it was a benefit they didn't have before which they now have for no added cost.
3 Subscriptions to watch one league, pathetic
rodman13/06/2019 09:33

students prime as well??


Unfortunately not, Amazon said they think watching football will distract students from learning. They are also taking away Prime video from students for the same reason




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Hows it Free when you pay for Prime? This was always going to be included in the prime subscription
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Interesting that they are going to show every match those weekends. Giving fans the choice of who they watch is something that has eluded the likes of sky so far. Could really shake things up in how this country views live football.
toddyj998713/06/2019 09:29

Hows it Free when you pay for Prime?


It's free for prime subscribers i.e it was a benefit they didn't have before which they now have for no added cost.
This is neat. Thanks for the heads-up.
Hopefully the streams are good quality, Sky/BT/Virgin live streams are pretty poor.
students prime as well??
toddyj998713/06/2019 09:29

Hows it Free when you pay for Prime? This was always going to be included …Hows it Free when you pay for Prime? This was always going to be included in the prime subscription


I can’t find any mention of it when I signed up for prime a few years ago.
Hope they learnt from the tennis coverage last year!
rodman13/06/2019 09:33

students prime as well??


Unfortunately not, Amazon said they think watching football will distract students from learning. They are also taking away Prime video from students for the same reason




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g8spur13/06/2019 09:30

It's free for prime subscribers i.e it was a benefit they didn't have …It's free for prime subscribers i.e it was a benefit they didn't have before which they now have [b]for no added cost[/b].


- for no added cost on top of what you must already pay for prime so not free.
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This will be a good time for EE members to sign up for their free 6 months Prime video (just before it goes live obviously).
Just curious why December in particular?
Sign up in December for a 30 day free trial then cancel for those who don't have prime ?
3 Subscriptions to watch one league, pathetic
wow , one more department conquered Amazon ... well done ..
I'm sure in December the free 1 month trial with new accounts will be in full swing, and amazon might need to change something or everyone will be getting free prime with free football
lukeo4413/06/2019 09:46

3 Subscriptions to watch one league, pathetic


Capitalism.
First it was live Tennis & now live Football. Only a matter of time before they take over a huge majority in games especially if they show them in 4k and also works out cheaper than Sky & BT!
Will this work with purely Prime Video? Vodafone Red Entertainment offers Prime Video but not the full Amazon Prime, unless I'm mistaken.
Edited by: "Rebelutionary1" 13th Jun
g8spur13/06/2019 09:29

Interesting that they are going to show every match those weekends. Giving …Interesting that they are going to show every match those weekends. Giving fans the choice of who they watch is something that has eluded the likes of sky so far. Could really shake things up in how this country views live football.


Yea i agree. F sky.
Will this be in 4k?
deleted223881413/06/2019 09:38

- for no added cost on top of what you must already pay for prime so not …- for no added cost on top of what you must already pay for prime so not free.


This isn't really that hard. Noone said "free" completely (which isn't surprising as I struggle to think of any entertainment medium which is completely free) but free for existing subscribers which is true.
lukeo4413/06/2019 09:46

3 Subscriptions to watch one league, pathetic


Joke isn't it. I could cancel Sky Sports and BT Sport and go to 2 home games a month and watch highlights of the rest on MOTD for similar cost.
19DembaBa1913/06/2019 09:46

I'm sure in December the free 1 month trial with new accounts will be in …I'm sure in December the free 1 month trial with new accounts will be in full swing, and amazon might need to change something or everyone will be getting free prime with free football


That’s exactly what I will be saving my free trial for!
Vossypop13/06/2019 09:59

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What on earth are you talking about?

Also, you created an account just to troll me? I'm flattered
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If you don't have Prime, sign up for the Fee 30 day trial on DEC 1st.... Just remember to cancel or they'll take the £7.99 / month or £79 for the year out of your bank account. That's if you don't want to benefit from the other Prime services available. As this is for December I would join Prime just to get all my Christmas gifts in with free delivery and now the free games. I'm a pay monthly member with the option of cancelling anytime so for £7.99 with free deliveries, films and music etc and now 2 footy games for December its a bargain...

The PRIME online streaming service won the rights to show every game from the first round of midweek fixtures in December and all 10 matches on 26 December as part of a three-year deal.

This will probably get hammered, especially for the boxing day games so it will be interesting to see how their streams cope with demand and how far they lag behind true live broadcasts. There's nothing worse than hearing the neighbours cheer 15 seconds before you see the goal... what a spoiler.
Flapjackdoodoo13/06/2019 09:40

I can’t find any mention of it when I signed up for prime a few years ago.


Clearly didn't see the announcement when it was confirmed Amazon were getting 20 live games which would be available to prime members which you pay for and will no doubt increase in the not to distant future to accommodate the so called free football
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g8spur13/06/2019 09:57

This isn't really that hard. Noone said "free" completely (which isn't …This isn't really that hard. Noone said "free" completely (which isn't surprising as I struggle to think of any entertainment medium which is completely free) but free for existing subscribers which is true.


Existing subscribers that already pay a fee so again not free. Free would mean zero cost - to be entitled to get this deal you must pay a premium for prime. If you already have prime it's an added free benefit to the service you already pay for .. so again not free!
thanks for the heads up! (no pun intended)
As it's going to be live, would a TV licence be required?
g8spur13/06/2019 09:30

It's free for prime subscribers i.e it was a benefit they didn't have …It's free for prime subscribers i.e it was a benefit they didn't have before which they now have for no added cost.


deleted223881413/06/2019 10:02

Existing subscribers that already pay a fee so again not free. Free would …Existing subscribers that already pay a fee so again not free. Free would mean zero cost - to be entitled to get this deal you must pay a premium for prime. If you already have prime it's an added free benefit to the service you already pay for .. so again not free!



Spot on that mate
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I doubt it will be 4k and if it is it'll be like the BT Sport YouTube broadcasts that simply can't cope with the 4k bandwidth once everyone is watching come kick off and the service will lag or steady down to 360p like the EL & CL final streams.
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Snaps7713/06/2019 10:06

As it's going to be live, would a TV licence be required?


Yes
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deleted223881413/06/2019 10:02

Existing subscribers that already pay a fee so again not free. Free would …Existing subscribers that already pay a fee so again not free. Free would mean zero cost - to be entitled to get this deal you must pay a premium for prime. If you already have prime it's an added free benefit to the service you already pay for .. so again not free!


If it's something that you didn't have before but now have it for no additional cost then it's free.. Stop being so pedantic. You can have that for FREE....
Absolutely pathetic. Sky sports bt sports prime sports BBC sports. Gonna start watching cricket from now on. Making us chase around like donkeys for the love of the game... Which is now coming to its end in my humble opinion.
Mike200513/06/2019 10:03

You will find the answer here. …You will find the answer here. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html/ref=mh_s9_acss_cg_eplhow2_1a1_w?nodeId=201460880&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=mobile-hybrid-3&pf_rd_r=1XJ2F3KRM4JNHS9BVJCC&pf_rd_t=1201&pf_rd_p=41bde3ee-6ad9-4d72-96ad-3ca24b2b2ae4&pf_rd_i=17025298031


No you can't find the answer here. That just shows what each Amazon capable device can support. That doesn't confirm if they will be broadcast in 4K.
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Calderlatic13/06/2019 10:13

Yes


LIVE???? Usually a good 15 to 30 second lag on streams so i could argue it in the past... or is that me being too pednatic???
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