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How Sky's deal with Amazon Prime just made it easier to watch every Premier League game

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Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) has the first of its two full rounds of Premier League matches this week – and a new deal with Sky means they're easier than ever to watch.

As of this week, Amazon Prime Video is available as an app on Sky services, such as TV subscription packages, Sky Q and Now TV sticks.

Meanwhile, Now TV – including Sky Sports (opens in new tab) – is available as an app on Amazon Fire TV sticks.

The third major Premier League broadcaster, BT Sport (opens in new tab), already has deals in place with both Amazon and Sky – meaning there are now more options than ever to watch all top-flight games in one place.

The three services are all available without a contract, meaning you can pay just for what you want, and can cancel easily – though it may cost more than some contract subscription services.

To watch all the Premier League games this way, these are the subscriptions you'll need:

If you don't have a TV subscription already, you can use a device that plugs into the back of your television to access these apps.

At FourFourTwo, we'd recommend a Now TV Smart Stick (opens in new tab), which you can buy for as little as £14.99, or an Amazon Fire TV stick (opens in new tab), available for as little as £29.98. Both are available on Amazon with free one-day delivery once you've set up your Amazon Prime account.

Once you have your passes, have bought your device and have it plugged in, you'll just need to download the apps you need for free. On a Now TV stick, Sky Sports will come as standard, so you'll need to download BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video, while on an Amazon Fire TV stick, you'll need to download the Now TV and BT Sport apps.

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