Notably, existing Amazon Prime customers in the UK will get the games as part of their current subscription, which is one hell of a deal for those who already use the digital streaming service. Those without a Prime membership will have to fork over £79 a year (or £7.99 a month) to see Amazon's 20 matches, but the service will also offer a weekly round-up highlights show.
The other remaining package was purchased by BT Sport for a reported £90 million, and that takes their match-count to 52 for next season. Sky Sports, the other main buyer, will air 112 matches as part of their own deal.
This tri-pronged broadcasting attack means viewers will get three full-rounds of Premier League matches live in the UK for the very first time. Sky are also offering up prime time Saturday night fixtures as part of their package.
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