Jets To Take On Dolphins In Prime Video’s Black Friday NFL Game

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Amazon and the National Football League have confirmed that the first-ever NFL Black Friday game will see the New York Jets take on the Miami Dolphins.


Back in March, Amazon announced that it was setting up a game to take place on Black Friday. While the date was confirmed, and Prime Video confirmed as where football fans can stream the game live, few other details were provided at the time.

Now, however, Amazon and the NFL have announced some additional details, including the confirmation that this year’s Black Friday game will see the New York Jets take on the Miami Dolphins at the MetLife Stadium. The game is scheduled to take place at 3 p.m. ET on November 24, and is exclusively available to watch on Prime Video.


In addition to the main game, Prime Video will also be showing special Black Friday pre and post game coverage as well.

As a reminder, although the game between the Jets and the Dolphins is exclusively available to watch on Prime Video, which typically requires a paid subscription, Amazon had already confirmed that this year’s Black Friday game will be available to watch for free. In other words, no Prime membership required.

Naturally, you will still need a device that has access to the Prime Video app to watch the game. Alternatively, it will be possible to watch live by visiting through a mobile or desktop browser.


For those more interested in Thursday Night Football, Amazon says the the complete 2023 schedule will be released tomorrow, May 11. Similar to the Black Friday game, Thursday Night Football is also a Prime Video exclusive. Unlike this year’s Black Friday game, however, TNF does require a Prime membership.

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