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‘Eras Tour’ Movie: How to Watch Taylor Swift’s Concert Film Online

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“It’s been a long time coming,” but Swifties can finally experience the Eras Tour movie at home when it drops onto streamers Wednesday (Dec. 13). Taylor Swift‘s worldwide tour has been breaking records and regardless of if you’ve seen it in person (get last-minute tickets here), you can now watch the concert film at home whenever you want.

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Prepare to kick back in your coziest movie outfit as you watch each era of the “Karma” singer’s career. Unlike the film released in theaters though, streamers will be premiering an extended version of the movie that’ll include three more performances of her songs “The Archer,” “Long Live” and “Wildest Dreams.”

Where can you watch the movie online? Fans can buy or rent the movie for $19.89 through Prime Video, Apple TV+, Xfinity, Vudu, Google Play, YouTubeTV and SkyTV Premiere. Rentals will be available for 48 hours.

You won’t need a Prime membership in order to buy or rent the movie, but if you choose AppleTV+ then you will need an Apple TV streaming device and/or a membership with Apple TV+. If you already have a subscription, then just log into your account and you’ll be able to buy or rent the movie when the moment it premieres.

Don’t have a subscription? Apple TV+ offers a 7-day free trial for new users when you sign up, which means you can rent of buy the movie and have access to the entire Apple TV+ library. Once your free trial is up, you’ll be charged the regular subscription fee of $9.99/month. Click here or the button below to snag a free trial now.

Check below to watch the trailer for The Eras Tour (Extended Version).

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