All Prime users get huge free boost tomorrow – Amazon takes aim at Sky

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Football fans might want to make sure their Prime subscription is up to date. Amazon has snatched a whole swathe of games away from Sky and BT Sport with the online retailer showing top live clashes on TV via its Prime Video service. From tomorrow, December 26 until Wednesday, December 28, Prime members will get access to 10 matches with Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal all in action.

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Those who pay the monthly fee will be treated to games including Brentford v Tottenham, Aston Villa v Liverpool and the big London clash between Arsenal v West Ham.

If you don’t have Prime and fancy tuning in there’s even more good news with Amazon offering a month for free.

That means those joining today will be able to watch every game without paying a penny for the privilege.


The only thing to remember is that after the 30 days have ended a fee of £8.99 will automatically be removed from your bank account so if you don’t want to continue using Prime make sure you cancel.

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Here’s a full list of games on Prime Video during the festive break.


• Brentford v Tottenham • Live from 12pm

• Crystal Palace v Fulham • Live from 2.30pm

• Everton v Wolves • Live from 2.30pm

• Leicester v Newcastle • Live from 2.30pm

• Southampton v Brighton • Live from 2.30pm

• Aston Villa v Liverpool • Live from 5pm

• Arsenal v West Ham • Live from 7pm


Chelsea v Bournemouth • Live from 5pm

Man Utd v Nott’m Forest • Live from 7pm


Leeds v Man City • Live from 7pm

There are two options when joining Amazon Prime including access to just Prime Video on its own (£5.99 per month) or full membership (£8.99). That more expensive option also includes fast and free delivery on thousands of products along with being able to tune into songs via Prime Music and unlimited storage for photos.

Full Prime members also get offered exclusive deals and price cuts throughout the year so, if you love online shopping, it’s worth considering.

There is also a trick to getting Prime a cheaper price as those signing up for a whole year can get this service for £95 – that works out at £7.91 per month.

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