How To Watch All The Boxing Day Football For Free
Once Christmas is out the way, all thoughts can turn to Boxing Day drinking, eating and, if you're a fan, watching the footy on telly.
This year, nine Premier League fixtures - including Leicester vs Liverpool, Bournemouth vs Arsenal and Man Utd vs Newcastle - are exclusively being shown on Boxing Day with Wolves vs Man City the following day.
So, if you're keen to sit back and indulge yourself in hours of football - or want to see how misguided you were when you put your accumulator on - you'll need an Amazon Prime account.
However, if you've not got one and fancy watching them without paying a penny then you can sign up for a free 30-day trial. Nice, eh?
After this period, it'll cost you £7.99 per month or £79 for a year's subscription - you're free to cancel at any time and won't be charged a penny unless you go over the 30-day trial.
If you do sign up, alongside the Premier League, you'll have access to all of Amazon Prime's offering, including The Grand Tour, The Boys and the eagerly anticipated The Lord of the Rings series when it premieres.
And if that's not enough to tempt you, your Prime Subscription also includes unlimited one-day delivery on millions of items you order from Amazon.
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You'll be able to stream Amazon Prime through your phone, computer, tablets, FireStick and set top boxes as well as various consoles and Smart TVs.
Amazon's purchase of the rights for 20-games-a-season was big news, as it was the first time that the games wouldn't air on a 'traditional' TV channel and instead via streaming platform.
But if anyone was worried about how Amazon would handle it, it seems as though there was nothing to be concerned about, as the streaming giant didn't scrimp on talent - with a whopping 43 presenters, pundits and commentators featuring big names such as Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and Gabby Logan.
You can find out all of Amazon's Premier League fixtures here - as well as the time, so you can properly plan your Boxing Day.
If you want to sign up for a free trial, you can do so here. Happy watching.
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