The Premier League fixtures for the new campaign are released on Thursday with the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City all finding out when they face each other.
That trio are likely to be shown plenty of times on live TV with Sky Sports and BT Sport also showing a number of games.
But Amazon Prime have also dipped their toe in the market and will show 20 matches in the new season, with all of their games being shown in December.
Amazon Prime are expected to show all ten Premier League Boxing Day fixtures with their deal.
A midweek round of fixtures in December will also be shown on Amazon after the Premier League made the final package of 20 games available.
Amazon were the only ones to take up the offer with the likes of Google, Facebook and Netflix rejecting the opportunity.
Fans who want to watch the games shown by Amazon will need to obtain a Prime membership, which costs £79 a year or £7.99 a month.
As it stands, new members can try Prime for 30 days for free – meaning the 20 Premier League games they show could potentially be available to free.
For fans wanting to get the games for free, they will need to sign up to the broadcaster in December ahead of the first batch of live matches.
In last year’s Boxing Day fixtures, Liverpool were 4-0 winners at Newcastle while Manchester City were beaten 2-1 by Leicester.
Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw at Brighton while Chelsea were 2-1 winners over Watford.
From the other live matches, Sky Sports will show 128 games.
Meanwhile BT Sport gets 52 matches, including the 32 Saturday lunchtime kick-offs.