Amazon’s Prime Video gets exclusive rights to NFL ‘Black Friday’ game in 2023
Amazon’s Prime video service is getting exclusive rights to one of the most talked-about features of “The Black Friday” game between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon Prime will have a deal to broadcast the NFL’s regular-season game on Nov. 28, 2024, which will be played in Green Bay. This comes 10 years after Amazon Prime rolled out the deal to broadcast the regular-season game between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants in 2016.
NFL Prime has a contract with Lions, Bears, Panthers, Colts and Broncos to be the exclusive digital rights holder for the regular-season games for the next four years. During the off-season, Amazon is offering a package for the next 12 months with free delivery and discounts on certain home delivery items worth more than $49.99.
Prime Video is a free, ad-supported service that gives you access to a good collection of movies and TV shows without having to pay for premium services, including Prime Music. If you are an Amazon Prime member and sign in to your Amazon account for the first time after June 5 th, you will be able to stream more than 600,000 TV episodes and films from Prime Video for free.
Amazon is also launching Amazon Prime Video App, a mobile app for phones and tablets, which will help you find out which movies and TV shows are available on Prime Video in your area. Amazon has also announced that the app will be available to all Android phone and tablet users around the world, while it will be available for iOS devices next week.
“Amazon Prime members love having access to more than 4,000 films and TV shows, and they love having a full TV experience on the go,” said Jeff Bezos, Chief Executive Officer of Amazon, in a statement. “Today’s launch of mobile technology and Prime Video App marks an exciting new chapter for Prime Video, and we invite Prime members and the movie and TV streaming community everywhere to