Prime Video is Amazon’s streaming service that owns the rights to TNF since 2022—and it’s here to stay as they signed an 11-year deal.
Amazon will be paying $1 billion to the NFL to stream the primetime games from the 2022 season until the 2033 season.
You can order Amazon Video for $9 per month, but you might upgrade to the Amazon Prime membership for $6 more to receive free speedy Prime shipping.
Let’s say it’s Wednesday afternoon, and you have friends coming over for the Giants vs. 49ers game tomorrow. You’re at work and realize you need more beer glasses (at an unbeatable price). Well, Amazon Prime is to the rescue.
When you order the Prime Video subscription, not only do you have access to Thursday Night Football, but you also get access to a huge on-demand library with Originals, like John Ryan and The Terminal List.
But here is why the Amazon Prime membership is worth it for $15 per month:
- Prime Video + TNF
- Quick Prime shipping (mostly same-day or next-day delivery)
- Free Kindle book each month
- Amazon Music Unlimited
- Prime Wardrobe
If you’re like me and want to stream every Thursday Night Football game and get quick shipping on anything and everything throughout the year, save $40 with the annual subscription.