The NFL season kicks off in Kansas City, as the Chiefs get ready to welcome the Detroit Lions onto their home turf. Although it was widely anticipated that KC would emerge as the strong front-runners, the betting lines have taken an unexpected turn. Initially holding a touchdown advantage, the Chiefs' favorable odds have shifted to a 6.5-point lead, driven by the enthusiastic backing of Detroit supporters.
For those with Prime Video subscriptions, tuning in to the game on Thursday is a breeze, and you can also catch up on past season's games available for streaming now.
Unfamiliar with Prime Video? Keep reading for the 2023 Thursday Night Football schedule and a step-by-step guide on accessing Amazon Prime for free.
Exploring Prime Video
Prime Video is Amazon's streaming platform offering access to Thursday Night Football and a variety of other sports, including NBA, MLB, WNBA, One Championship, and soccer.
Beyond sports, Prime Video boasts an extensive collection of movies, countless TV episodes, Prime Originals, and an array of sports documentaries and docuseries like "All or Nothing," featuring teams such as the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams, Carolina Panthers, Philadelphia Eagles, and more.
Prime Video comes bundled with Amazon Prime memberships. However, if you're interested in Prime Video alone, you can opt for a free 30-day trial. Not a Prime member? Sign up now for a complimentary first month. After the trial period, the membership is priced at $14.99 per month, unlocking instant access to Prime Video and Amazon Music, alongside free shipping for numerous products, exclusive member discounts, and even a year of free GrubHub+ membership, so you can enjoy food while catching Thursday Night Football action.
Maximizing Your Savings
An annual Amazon Prime membership ($139.99 per year) saves you approximately $40 annually. Additionally, Prime offers a 50% discount for eligible college students, EBT, and Medicaid recipients.
How to Enjoy Thursday Night Football on Prime Video
Prime Video stands as the exclusive streaming hub for Thursday Night Football. All games are available for live streaming at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, with pre-game coverage starting at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
Streaming Prime Video on Various Devices
To catch the action-packed Thursday Night Football games, download the Prime Video app or log in online via Amazon.com on your smart TV, laptop, or other compatible streaming devices. This way, you can seamlessly access the platform, save programs to your watchlist, and revisit them later.
The best part? Thursday Night Football recordings on Prime Video are free, giving you the flexibility to pause, rewind, and relive any TNF games or related content from this season.
Check Out the 2022 Thursday Night Football Schedule on Prime Video
Get ready for a lineup of thrilling matchups on Prime Video:
Minnesota Vikings vs. Philadelphia Eagles – Sept. 14
New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers – Sept. 21
Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers – Sept. 28
Chicago Bears vs. Washington Commanders – Oct. 5
Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs – Oct. 12
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New Orleans Saints – Oct. 19
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Buffalo Bills – Oct. 26
Tennessee Titans vs. Pittsburgh Steelers – Nov. 2
Carolina Panthers vs. Chicago Bears – Nov. 9
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens – Nov. 16
Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets (Black Friday game) – Nov. 24
Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys — Nov. 30
New England Patriots vs. Pittsburgh Steelers — Dec. 7
Los Angeles Charges vs. Las Vegas Raiders — Dec. 14
New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Rams – Dec. 21
New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns – Dec. 28