Thursday Night Football is now on Amazon Prime and people are wondering what where they can watch it. Thursday’s matchup is between the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos.
Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET (5:15 p.m. PT) tonight with the game streaming nationally on Prime Video and for free on Twitch.
Here’s how to watch the Colts-Broncos game this evening, as well as the rest of the NFL season, without cable.
How to watch
Thursday Night Football Streaming: Amazon Prime Video, Twitch and NFL Plus Per CNET:
In past years, Thursday Night Football games were shown on Prime Video but were also available on Fox or NFL Network. This year, starting in Week 2, the games on Thursday nights will be available nationally on Amazon’s platforms like Prime Video, giving NFL fans more incentive than free two-day shipping to sign up for an Amazon Prime account for $15 a month or $139 a year. You can also subscribe only to Prime Video for $9 a month.
While Amazon is adding a host of additional features for its Prime Video subscribers (including Alexa and X-Ray integration and alternative broadcasts), you don’t need an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription to watch the game.
Fans in the local market of each team playing on Thursday night will be able to watch on an over-the-air station, while those who don’t pay for either of Amazon’s services can watch for free on Prime Video’s Twitch channel (Twitch is also owned by Amazon).
If you subscribe to NFL Plus, the league’s $5-per-month streaming service, you can also stream the game without subscribing to Prime or Prime Video. Note that NFL Plus viewing is limited to watching on just a phone or tablet, not on a computer or TV.
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