Watch 14 Test matches live on Prime Video this autumn
The benefits of Amazon Prime for rugby fans
There is a feast of international rugby coming up in the northern hemisphere – and for the first time Amazon Prime Video will be showing matches.
The on-demand streaming service will be showing 14 of the 16 Autumn Nations Cup matches live in November and December, so now is the ideal time for UK rugby fans to sign up to Amazon Prime.
For those who are already Prime members, they will be able to watch Test rugby at no extra cost. If you’re not already signed up to Amazon Prime, it costs £7.99 a month in the UK – and if you haven’t used the service before you can get a 30-day FREE trial.
Other benefits of being an Amazon Prime member include unlimited Premium Delivery on Amazon orders, access to more than two million songs on Amazon Music and eBooks, magazines and comics.
Prime Video also has great offerings for rugby fans on top of the live Test rugby. Membership gives you access to the All or Nothing series that takes you behind the scenes in the All Blacks camp, a two-part biopic on Jonah Lomu as well as documentaries like Pacific Warriors, XV: Beyond the Tryline and Chasing Great: The Richie McCaw Story.
If it’s just the live rugby you’re after, you could sign up in the week the Autumn Nations Cup kicks off – Italy v Scotland and England v Georgia back-to-back on Saturday 14 November are the first matches being shown by Prime Video – and then you’d have access to all four tournament weekends.
And if you just sign up for Prime Video, without the other benefits, the price is £5.99 a month. With 14 games in that period, it works out at less than 50p a Test – great value! – and you can cancel at the end of the tournament.
However, if you sign up for Amazon Prime today, you could also take advantage of the myriad offers available to members on Prime Day (13-14 October).
As well as rugby-specific deals, here are a few others that should appeal…
Fire TV Cube
Save £40 if you sign up for the Ultra HD streaming media player (RRP £109.99), which allows you to watch the likes of Netflix, YouTube, Disney+ and, of course, Prime Video. Perfect for streaming those Autumn Nations Cup matches!
Bose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless Sport Headphones
You get up to five hours of playing time on these headphones with each charge so you’ll be able to listen to your favourite podcasts or music on a long run or during a lengthy gym session. Plus, you can save 38% if you buy them on Amazon Prime Day (RRP £179.95).
Fitbit Inspire Health & Fitness Tracker
This Fitbit (RRP £69.99), which keeps track of your activity, comes in five colours and you can get more than £30 off right now.
Want to read all the latest rugby books but don’t want to carry around those hardback editions? You can save £25 on an Amazon Kindle (RRP £69.99) and download those books straight to the device.
Hatteker Professional Hair Clippers
Want to be able to cut your hair or trim your beard at home? Save 23% on these hairclippers (RRP £26.98), which come with myriad attachments.
And don’t forget we also have an incredible offer on Rugby World magazine right now. Take out a subscription and get three issues for just £5.
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