How to watch the Amazon Prime Premier League fixtures for FREE

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Amazon Prime make their debut in Premier League broadcasting this week and we have got hold of a 30-day free trial which means you can watch this week’s matches AND the Boxing Day Premier League fixtures for free.

When you join Amazon Prime using one of the links in this article, you will get a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime, allowing you to watch the Premier League fixtures this week including Liverpool vs Everton and Manchester United vs Tottenham.

Get the Amazon Prime free trial using this link.


How to watch the Premier League on Amazon Prime for FREE

When you register for an Amazon Prime account you will get access to the 10 Premier League fixtures this weekend and also the Boxing Day fixtures which are also exclusive to Amazon Prime’s subscription service. However, if you have never used Amazon Prime before you will be entitled to a 30 day free trial and you can cancel this subscription after the Boxing Day fixtures, to ensure you won’t be charged the normal fee of £7.99 per month.


Here is the simple guide to getting Amazon Prime for free:

1 Follow this link to the Amazon Prime free offer

2 Fill in your details

3 Watch this week’s Premier League Amazon Prime matches for free

4 Cancel the subscription after the Boxing Day fixtures and you won’t be charged


What Premier League matches are on Amazon Prime?

There are 10 matches taking place on Tuesday 3rd, Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th of December and then another 10 on 26th and 27th December. This means you get 20 live Premier League fixtures on Amazon Prime for free when you join Prime’s 30 day free trial.

This week there are two fixtures on Tuesday night, six on Wednesday night and two more on Thursday night. All these can be watched on Amazon Prime with their free trial.

Amazon Prime’s Premier League fixtures: Tuesday 3rd December 2019

Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth

Burnley vs Manchester City

Wednesday 4th December

Liverpool vs Everton

Manchester United vs Tottenham

Leicester vs Watford

Chelsea vs Aston Villa

Southampton vs Norwich

Wolves vs West Ham

Thursday 5th December

Sheffield United vs Newcastle

Arsenal vs Brighton


Liverpool vs Everton Live on Amazon Prime

The big match on Wednesday night’s Amazon Prime Premier League fixtures is the Merseyside Derby between Liverpool and Everton. The Reds are in a commanding lead at the top of the Premier League table and Everton are struggling near the relegation zone. Everton fans would love nothing more than to damage Liverpool’s title challenge but it looks unlikely given the form of both the sides.

Amazon Prime will be streaming this match live and free if you get the 30 day free trial.

Watch the Amazon Prime match preview of Liverpool vs Everton


Manchester United vs Tottenham Live on Amazon Prime

The other big match on Wednesday 4th December’s Premier League fixture list from Amazon Prime is at Old Trafford, where Jose Mourinho will face his former club Manchester United. You can watch Man United vs Spurs live on Amazon Prime for free and the streaming service have put together a prview of the match which can be viewed below.

Watch the Amazon Prime match preview of Man United vs Tottenham


How to watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime for free

1 Join Amazon Prime’s 30 day free trial via this link

2 Fill in your details

3 Cancel the subscription before the end of the free trial


Will Amazon Prime show more Premier League football?

At the moment, Amazon Prime have only got two packages for this season’s Premier League coverage, but if it is a success, we can expect Amazon Prime to be around for a while. It could be the start of a new age of how we watch Premier League football live and the likes of Sky and BT Sport will have a battle on their hands to keep hold of all the rights to Premier League football.

For the time being though, there are 20 live Premier League matches streamed on Amazon Prime this month and it remains to be seen if this is a success or not. It will be the first time you can watch all the live matches at the same time as we move a step closer to being able to watch every Premier League football fixture live.

See how Amazon Prime get on with streaming the Premier League by taking advantage of their Prime 30-day free trial, giving you access to a stream of all 10 Premier League fixutres this week.


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