Special Offer – Watch Everton vs. Newcastle United on Amazon Prime for free
You don’t get much in this life for free, but you can watch the Everton v Newcastle United live televised game (Thursday, December 30 at 7:30 p.m.) for absolutely nothing (sign up HERE).
In their third season now, Amazon prime are on the Premier League UK Live market and have the rights to two full series of PL matches.
Amazon prime offer a 30 day free trial to new customers and so if you sign up now you will be able to watch Everton v Newcastle United.
If you sign up for the 30-day free trial now, you will also be able to see these other Premier League games for free on Amazon Prime:
Tuesday, December 28, 2021
Leicester v Liverpool (8 p.m.)
Wednesday, December 29, 2021
Chelsea v Brighton (7:30 p.m.)
Brentford v Man City (8:15 p.m.)
Thursday, December 30, 2021
Everton v Newcastle (7:30 p.m.)
Man Utd v Burnley (8:15 p.m.)
Plus, you get the other Amazon Prime benefits listed below, including free shipping when ordering products on Amazon.
You subscribe to 30 days free trial and then you can just cancel before going past the 30 days if you don’t want this to continue so that you then don’t pay the normal price (£ 7.99) for the next month of Amazon Prime.
As part of your 30-day Amazon Prime Video free trial to watch Thursday’s Newcastle United Premier League game against Everton, you’ll also get Amazon Prime benefits, including:
Unlimited streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows
Downloads movies and TV series on mobile or tablet to watch them offline
Amazon Originals in HDR on living room devices
Exclusive blockbuster TV shows before they hit UK TV
FREE Unlimited One-Day Shipping on Millions of Items
Choose from over 500,000 titles via the Kindle Owners Lending Library
Unlimited photo storage with access to over 2 million songs on Prime Music anywhere
Click on HERE to sign up for Amazon Prime’s 30-day free tier.
(There is no catch and the 30 day trial period is completely free for you to watch the Newcastle United game live, plus by signing up to the free offer you will also be helping to keep the Mag website completely free and available, as it will generate a little extra income to help fund running costs)