Today Amazon announced that the first-ever NFL Black Friday game will be on November 24th, 2023. The game will be between the Dolphins and the Jets and will air exclusively on Amazon Prime Video at 3:00 pm Eastern.
“We’re excited to be the home of the first-ever NFL Black Friday game, and what better way to kick off this new tradition than with a rivalry matchup between the Dolphins and the Jets,” said Marie Donoghue, vice president of global sports video, Amazon. “On one of the biggest shopping days of the year, we’re thrilled to offer another way to delight Amazon customers, and give all fans free access to this AFC East showdown.”
Amazon says it will also air a special pre-game and postgame show leading up to this historic first game.
Amazon says its full 2023 Thursday Night Football schedule will be released tomorrow, May 11th, 2023.
You will be able to find Amazon’s Thursday Night NFL game on Amazon’s website HERE.
You can watch on Amazon devices such as the Fire TV and Fire tablet, connected TVs, web browsers, and on more than 650 connected devices via the Prime Video app. Click here to see the full list of supported devices. Some older devices may not be able to access full advanced features such as alternate streams.
Amazon recommends a minimum of 5 Mbps for HD streaming of its NFL football games.
Here is how Amazon describes where you can watch the NFL games:
Watch Thursday Night Football live on Prime Video anywhere in the U.S. It’s easy to find — go to the Prime Video app on your TV, computer, or mobile device, and you’ll see games on the Home page, Sports page, or under “live and upcoming events.” Or, go to the Amazon homepage and click Prime Video where you see the “live and upcoming events” link. Games will also be available on the Prime Video Twitch channel, through the NFL mobile app via NFL+, and through your local affiliate in the home and away team markets.
Game replays are available if you opt in to record the season. To opt in, find a Thursday Night Football game on Prime Video and then click “Record Thursday Night Football.”