Amazon Prime Video is one of the best streaming services out there for sports and entertainment. It has plenty of benefits, the greatest of all being that you can watch specific EPL matches for free with the Amazon Prime free trial. This article will inform you about all the details about this offer you should know and give you a list of the available matches that will be streamed.
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Which Matches are Available for Free During the Amazon Prime Premier League Free Trial?
Amazon Prime's Free Trial Subscription offers only some English Premier League matches this year. The first dates you can watch free matches are 15-17 December, and these will be the events available:
- Arsenal vs. Southampton
- Aston Villa vs. Burnley
- Fulham vs. Brighton
- Newcastle vs. Leeds United
- Everton vs. Leicester
- Manchester City vs. West Brom
- Chelsea vs. Wolves
- Sheffield United vs. Manchester United
- Crystal Palace vs. West Ham
- Liverpool vs. Tottenham Hotspur
The subscription will give you a chance to stream even more matches, but this time, they are between 28th and 30th December. Here is a list of these matches:
- West Brom vs. Leeds United
- Arsenal vs. Brighton
- Fulham vs. Tottenham Hotspur
- West Ham vs. Southampton
- Sheffield United vs. Brighton
- Aston Villa vs. Chelsea
- Leicester vs. Crystal Palace
- Manchester City vs. Everton
- Wolves vs. Manchester United
- Liverpool vs. Newcastle
The free trial will also give you access to two additional fixtures that are yet to be confirmed. Remember that Amazon has the right to change the fixtures at any time, so you should regularly check if the match is still available.
What Exactly Does Amazon Prime Offer Football Fans?
All football fans out there should know about this offer, so continue reading. If you register with the Amazon Prime subscription, you will get a free trial that lasts thirty days. During this time, you will have all the service benefits without having to pay for it. This automatically makes every high-quality stream you watch, including the ones the service offers this EPL season, free to watch. In the rest of the article, we mention how you can register for the service and get the offer. There are multiple ways you can watch streams via Amazon Prime, including the following.
Prime Video App
The mobile app is one of the best ways to watch Amazon Prime EPL streams if you don't mind that the screen would be smaller. You can download the app on the Google Play Store for Android devices and the Apple App Store for iOS devices. Downloading and installing it is free, but you will only be able to use it if you have a valid Amazon Prime Subscription, or in this case, are a part of the free trial they offer for the first month.
If you have a Smart TV, you can download the Prime Video app and enjoy the EPL matches for free on a big screen in your home. The app is compatible with many TV brands, including:
You can also download the app on less popular TV brands, but we won't mention them because the list is very long.
Fire TV or Similar Devices
If you have a Fire TV streaming device, you can connect it to several consoles or devices, including:
- Xbox One
- Fire TV
- Sony PlayStation
- Apple TV
Again, you will have to download the Prime Video app and watch the streams via it and the Fire TV stick. The quality of the streams is perfect even if you don’t have a smart TV.
Via Your Set-Top Box
This method is linked to the Amazon Prime Video app again, and you can watch on Virgin TV, TalkTalk TV, and BT TV.
Devices that Don’t Support Live Streaming via Prime Video
While most devices these days support live streaming, there are some exceptions. If you have any of the following devices, you won’t be able to watch Premier League matches via Amazon Prime’s free trial.
- Xbox 360 Game Console
- Roku 2014 and earlier versions, excluding Roku 3
- Sony Bravia TV, particular 2015 and all earlier versions
- Sony Bravia Blu-ray Disc Player
- Nintendo Wii and Wii U Game Console
- LG Hawaii TV, particular 2015 and all earlier models
How to Sign-Up to Amazon Prime and Ge the Free Trial?
Suppose you already have an Amazon Prime subscription. In that case, we are sorry to say that you won't be able to get the free trial and watch the matches without paying anything but the good thing is that you will still have access to them and won't have to pay any additional charges to watch them with your Prime Subscription. If you don't have an account, then this is the perfect time to create one. Since the fixtures will be streamed in the second half of December and the free trial is only for thirty days, we recommend that you activate it before those matches start. Even if you register at the beginning of December, you should still have time on your free trial to watch the games that will be streamed on the 30th of December.
After you pick out the perfect time to create your account, you should follow the steps we listed below to create an account and get the free trial efficiently.
- Open Amazon’s UK site and click on the “Amazon Prime 30-day free trial” link.
- Click on the “Start your free trial” link in the center of the screen.
- Enter your Amazon account details or create a new account if you don't have one by following the steps shown to you.
- Enter the requested details and proceed to finish your subscription.
Keep in mind that only the first month of Amazon Prime's services will be free. They ask of you to enter payment method details because after the free trial is over, you will be charged £7.99 per month to use the streaming services offered by Amazon Prime. You shouldn't worry about giving your payment details because it takes measures to protect your account and financial data.