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Star Wars The Force Awakens DVD and Blu-Ray Release Dates

Star Wars The Force Awakens DVD and Blu-Ray Release Dates

We just heard the news: Star Wars The Force Awakens Digital HD and Blu-Ray will land in this universe in less than a month!

Despite not even being nominated for an Academy Award for best picture, Star Wars: The Force Awakens now ranks at the top-grossing film in U.S. history – having made $926 million, as reported on TheWrap.com

Star Wars Blu Ray Release Date: April 5th

The Digital HD version comes out on April 1st and Star Wars The Force Awakens Blu Ray arrives on April 5th. It’s the smallest gap between Digital and Blu-ray release ever!

Hard core Star Wars fans have been to the theaters again & again, now they will get to watch Star Wars at home, with a galaxy of bonus content including: an in-depth documentary, featurettes, and more. “Secrets will be revealed through extensive footage, never-before-seen deleted scenes, and exclusive interviews with the actors and filmmakers.”

Pre Order The Force Awakens

Amazon expects to deliver The Force Awakens DVD right on April 5th 2016. Amazon usually pre-ship items that have been pre-ordered so they arrive on the release date. So you should not have to wait at all.

Pre order on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1QVOFhK

Both Blu-ray and Star Wars the Force Awakens come with a digital copy.

Star Wars The Force Awakens DVD

Watch Past Star Wars Episodes Online

If you want to watch all the previous Star Wars episodes online before The Force Awakens hits DVD and Blu-ray, here’s how for $1/night, here’s how it works:

1. Choose the Star Wars movie you want to watch online (laptop, phone, Apple TV, etc).
2. “Buy” it for $20.
3. “Sell it back” after you watch it (happens by default after 24 hours) for $19.
4. Watch the next movie. Get $18 back into your account.
5. Keep watching or cash out at any time.

Why does it work this way? That’s how they can legally let you filter any movie (take out the F words or nudity, etc). So any film can be family friendly.

Are you going to watch Star Wars the Force Awakens on DVD, Blu-ray, or BOTH?

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