Is TNT Sports free with Amazon Prime?

Over the last few months, TNT Sports – formerly known as BT Sports – has undergone a major overhaul.

And by that we don’t just mean the new moderator line-up.

As part of the rebranding, some new faces have also joined TNT Sports


As part of the rebranding, some new faces have also joined TNT Sports

Can you watch TNT Sports on Amazon?

Absolutely – but it’s not free.

TNT Sports is finally coming to Prime Video as part of a new partnership between Amazon and Warner Bros. Discovery.

Sports fans can access the Discovery+ channel, which also includes TNT Sports, for an additional £29.99 per month.

The subscription cost for Discovery+ Premium is exactly the same as Amazon’s Prime Video channels.

However, an additional benefit of logging in through Prime Video is that it allows viewers to watch TNT Sports on devices that may not be compatible with the Discovery+ app.

It’s also important to note that a Discovery+ subscription is not the same as a Prime Video package.

You need both to watch them both.

And registrations will be done separately.

What is the cheapest way to get TNT Sports?

There are several ways to access TNT Sports.

The most important push comes via Discovery+.

Not only TNT Sports is represented here, but also the other Eurosport and Discovery channels such as TLC, Quest and DMAX.

BT and EE have said there will be no change to the price and contract for anyone who already has a sports subscription as part of their existing bill.

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