With so many changes to NFL broadcasting over the last couple of years, you may be wondering just how to watch the NFL on Amazon this season.
Thursday Night Football started to look a little different in 2022 when, for the first time in league history, fans would need to pay a subscription to access an NFL game, and that change in format is continuing as we head into the 2023 season.
As this arrangement heads into Year 2, let’s take a look at how fans can avoid missing any of the action on Amazon this season.
How To Watch the NFL on Amazon This Season
In order to watch Thursday Night Football games, it starts with you signing up and having an Amazon Prime account and subscription. At that point, you can select the game on the Prime main page when the game is on and let the app take you to the action from there.
How To Purchase Amazon for the Season
If you’re not already an Amazon Prime member, you will need to become one to catch all the Thursday Night Football action.
Prime offers two types of memberships. The first of which is $14.99 per month or $139 per year. If you don’t want the other perks that come with being a Prime member, you can purchase Prime Video as a stand-alone, with that membership costing $8.99 per month.
Who Is the Amazon Broadcast Team?
Amazon will roll out the same broadcast team as last season, and for pro and college football fans, these are names you know well. Al Michaels will start Year 2 on Amazon after coming over from a long tenure doing Sunday Night Football for NBC.
Michaels’ right-hand man during the broadcast is Kirk Herbstreit from ESPN College GameDay. Herbstreit will provide color analysis as well as continue his work at the college ranks.
Amazon Prime Thursday Night Schedule for 2023
Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles (Sept. 14)
New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers (Sept. 21)
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers (Sept. 28)
Chicago Bears at Washington Commanders (Oct. 5)
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs (Oct. 12)
Jacksonville Jaguars at New Orleans Saints (Oct. 19)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Buffalo Bills (Oct. 26)
Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers (Nov. 2)
Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears (Nov. 9)
Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (Nov. 16)
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets (Nov. 24)
Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys (Nov. 30)
New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers (Dec. 7)
Los Angeles Chargers at Las Vegas Raiders (Dec. 14)
New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Rams (Dec. 21)
New York Jets at Cleveland Browns (Dec. 28)