TL;DR: Subscribe to Amazon Prime to watch Premier League games in December on Prime Video.
Sky Sports and BT Sport have had a tight grip on the rights to the Premier League for a while now, but that has all changed. During recent negotiations, Amazon has stepped in and bagged a number of games over the festive period.
Amazon will be showing 20 Premier League fixtures in December, with nine of these being shown on Boxing Day. If you want to watch any of these games, you’re going to need an Amazon Prime account, which will then grant you access to Prime Video. It’s that easy.
You can sign up to Amazon Prime for £7.99 per month, or grab a 30-day trial. If you start your trial at the beginning of December, you can watch every fixture for free. Your subscription will automatically renew for the full price at the end of the 30 days, but you can cancel this at anytime.
If you decide that Amazon Prime is for you, a full year membership costs £79. Students can pick up the service for only £3.99 per month, and if you’re already a Prime member, you don’t need to do anything. Does that all make sense?
Get set for a new way to watch the Premier League with Amazon Prime.