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How Do I Join a Prime Video Watch Party on Fire TV?

All Prime Video customers are able to join a Watch Party.

This feature is only available on web browsers, and for customers using the Prime Video app on Fire TV in France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, India, and Canada.

  1. Open the link you received using a web browser on a mobile device. You’ll be prompted to open the Prime Video app, where you’ll be given a code.
  2. If you aren’t entitled to watch the content selected in the Watch Party, you’ll be prompted to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video, or buy or rent the content, depending on the content you are trying to watch.
  3. Open the Prime Video app on your Fire TV device. Go to My Stuff > Find a Watch Party. Enter the code that appears in the Prime Video app on your Android or iOS device. Select Find Watch Party then confirm with Join Watch Party to join the Watch Party.
  4. To join the Prime Video app on your Android or iOS device, enter your desired username under What's your name? Select Join chat to join the chat room.

For content included with Prime Video, Amazon Prime members or Prime Video subscribers are eligible to join a Watch Party in their country. Non-Amazon Prime members trying to access eligible titles included with an Amazon Prime membership or Prime Video subscription will be prompted to subscribe to Prime Video - with free 30-day trial available (if eligible). If the title is available for purchase or rent, you'll also prompted to purchase or rent, if you don't already have access to the title.

The participants must be from the same country as the host and the host must begin their Watch Party from PrimeVideo.com. The availability of content and titles may vary over time and by location.

Note: Watch Parties are available through the Prime Video app on supported Fire TV devices in France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, India, and Canada, and on desktop browsers, except Internet Explorer and Apple's Safari. Other devices such as smart TVs, game consoles, connected media players, mobile phones, and tablets are currently not supported.