Starting this week with the Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs, Amazon Prime Video will be the home of Thursday Night Football for the 2022-23 NFL season.

It's a fantastic reason for NFL fans to try Prime Video, as well as a fantastic perk for existing Prime Video subscribers.

Thursday night games will be available on Prime Video throughout the season, in addition to being broadcast locally on regional cable affiliates.

Prime's schedule includes 15 games through December 29.

Thursday Night Football, which previously aired on FOX and NFL Network, is now available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, with the exception of local, in-market broadcasts.

Last season, the games were simulcast on those networks, but Prime sought to differentiate itself with new technologies such as x-ray, next-generation stats, and enhanced replays.

You don't need to do anything extra to get access to the games if you have Amazon prime, simply tune in.

The broadcasts begin at 7 p.m. ET. If you don't already have Prime, you can create a new account and receive 30 days of free membership, which includes Prime Video.

To seal the deal, Prime has agreed to pay $1 billion per year until 2032.

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