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I'll have to take a crafty look while I'm at work.
Unfortunately yesterday was my last game until Villa.
 

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I'm getting on the gin gang goolie for this one. Do they still meet Ealing Road. ?
 

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They probably use it to buy goods from Amazon and not realise they can watch football matches from the Prime subscription.

Most people do use it to buy goods, being a prime member gives a priority on good and services and 2 hour window.

Amazon moved into TV and is rival not just to Sky but also Netflix. Amazon could outbid Sky too for future PL rights with huge cash reserves.

Amazon stores are also a major rival to major high street chains.

Amazon will stop at nothing....
Including taking on Mastercard and Visa.
 

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Most people do use it to buy goods, being a prime member gives a priority on good and services and 2 hour window.

Amazon moved into TV and is rival not just to Sky but also Netflix. Amazon could outbid Sky too for future PL rights with huge cash reserves.

Amazon stores are also a major rival to major high street chains.

Amazon will stop at nothing....
Including taking on Mastercard and Visa.
Yes, I’ve got Prime. Saved me a fortune.
 

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I refuse to use Amazon after having to deal with them firsthand through work, an absolute disgrace logistically - luckily the Mrs has a subscription though for Thursday 😊

I don’t think I have ever dealt with a more professional, helpful or reassuring company!
 

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I don’t think I have ever dealt with a more professional, helpful or reassuring company!
Im guessing you are talking about buying things from them, not having to deal with the Distribution Centres?
They are the most clueless bunch of buffoons i have ever had the misfortune to deal with, it absolutely amazes me how they can deliver things to people with that set up.
 

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Im guessing you are talking about buying things from them, not having to deal with the Distribution Centres?
They are the most clueless bunch of buffoons i have ever had the misfortune to deal with, it absolutely amazes me how they can deliver things to people with that set up.

Yes mate . Purely speak as a customer
 

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Hello. Brentford fan in peace. Excuse my naivety but... how does this Amazon Prime malarky work? If I sign up for the £7.99 a month (or whatever) thingy, would I then be able to watch the game on a computer or something? I had Prime before a few years back for next day deliveries but never bothered with the telly thing.
 
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Hello. Brentford fan in peace. Excuse my naivety but... how does this Amazon Prime malarky work? If I sign up for the £7.99 a month (or whatever) thingy, would I then be able to watch the game on a computer or something? I had Prime before a few years back for next day deliveries but never bothered with the telly thing.

On a computer, phone, tablet or most modern TVs (if you can get Netflix on your TV you can probably get Amazon Prime)
 

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Hello. Brentford fan in peace. Excuse my naivety but... how does this Amazon Prime malarky work? If I sign up for the £7.99 a month (or whatever) thingy, would I then be able to watch the game on a computer or something? I had Prime before a few years back for next day deliveries but never bothered with the telly thing.
As soon as you open up Amazon prime there should be a title to click on.

 

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Hello. Brentford fan in peace. Excuse my naivety but... how does this Amazon Prime malarky work? If I sign up for the £7.99 a month (or whatever) thingy, would I then be able to watch the game on a computer or something? I had Prime before a few years back for next day deliveries but never bothered with the telly thing.
You can sign up for a trial if you haven't used Prime with that email address

 

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They probably use it to buy goods from Amazon and not realise they can watch football matches from the Prime subscription.
I have it for the free delivery. Which has been well over the 7.99 i pay a month. Occasionally watch Prime but rarely do. Gutted they didnt get the Ashes. But I'll be watching Norwich vs Newcastle later.
 

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Hello. Brentford fan in peace. Excuse my naivety but... how does this Amazon Prime malarky work? If I sign up for the £7.99 a month (or whatever) thingy, would I then be able to watch the game on a computer or something? I had Prime before a few years back for next day deliveries but never bothered with the telly thing
If you’ve got a smart TV then you should have an icon somewhere for Prime Video.
Then just log in using the same password you used to set up AP shopping and away you go.
 

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Hello. Brentford fan in peace. Excuse my naivety but... how does this Amazon Prime malarky work? If I sign up for the £7.99 a month (or whatever) thingy, would I then be able to watch the game on a computer or something? I had Prime before a few years back for next day deliveries but never bothered with the telly thing.
Take care Mazz. I ordered something from Amazon and they signed me up to Prime even though I never asked for it. It took about 8 months and the involvement of my bank to cancel it and get the monthly subscriptions back which they took from the card I used for my original purchase.
 

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I have it for the free delivery. Which has been well over the 7.99 i pay a month. Occasionally watch Prime but rarely do. Gutted they didnt get the Ashes. But I'll be watching Norwich vs Newcastle later.
Bosch and Goliath are a good watch!
 
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....dear jockbee...what do you think of Amazon Prime.
My wife is the brains of the outfit...not me.....had Prime for a few weeks now.....Gouddos hatrick coming up.......all nationwide as well......Up the table we go...You Reds...
 

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Take care Mazz. I ordered something from Amazon and they signed me up to Prime even though I never asked for it. It took about 8 months and the involvement of my bank to cancel it and get the monthly subscriptions back which they took from the card I used for my original purchase.
I stopped buying from Amazon as they seem to auto enrol you on prime, and you can't seem to un tick the auto enrol.
 

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My wife is the brains of the outfit...not me.....had Prime for a few weeks now.....Gouddos hatrick coming up.......all nationwide as well......Up the table we go...You Reds...
You think Ghoddos will start?
 

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Really looking forward to this game. The stadium looks incredible - I think Spurs are there for the taking.

Went there to see a game just before the initial lockdown with a mate who is a Spurs fan and had seats near the top of the stand. I found stairs very steep which negotiating them at end of the game seemed a bit hazardous but apart from that no complaints. Comfortable seats with a great view and fast pouring beers which are filled from the bottom....much quicker system and like a lot of grounds now it is card only...no cash.
Also their light show on the day made our one v Everton look like a 30 watt bulb on the blink...:LOL:
 

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Gutted to be missing this 😭
 
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