Prime Video will add Black Friday game to NFL package in ‘23
The NFL’s blackout on Super Bowl Sunday and all its playoff games has created a void in the football landscape. That void is being filled by a new service called Prime Video that will offer NFL games to subscribers this week through its NFL Game Pass streaming service, starting at $99.99 per month.
With a name like Prime Video, you’d think it was going to be the only game in town, but NFL Game Pass has already begun streaming several other streaming services, including Netflix, Hulu, ESPN, YouTube, Amazon Prime, Twitch and the always-interesting Super Bowl.
Prime Video, which launched in January, can get things like Game Pass, Netflix and Hulu. It also allows for the streaming of YouTube, Amazon Prime, Twitch, ESPN, Hulu Plus and Netflix, among the other services it carries.
On Monday, Prime Video is going live in the United States with a trial offer of the NFL Game Pass service starting at $99.99 for two weeks, with prices ranging from $149.99 for three weeks to $179.99 for 12 weeks. The offering is only for the U.S., so if you live elsewhere, please check to see if this is available for you before you sign up so you don’t get in over your head.
Prime Video will become available in the U.S. on Black Friday, Nov. 23, 2013, so it will be available only to those who have Prime and who were able to add it to their Prime membership in the last few weeks.
This is the second streaming service that NFL Game Pass is bringing to subscribers, after the league already launched Amazon Prime in November of last year. That service was free, and included video games and other NFL-related content like the NFL Countdown to Kickoff that is presented at Super Bowl time and the NFL GameDay Live series of videos.
The Game Pass offering will expand further