Where to watch Christmas movies for free

Klaus - Credit: Netflix
Klaus - Credit: Netflix /

It’s finally November, so it’s officially Christmas time! If you love snuggling up on the couch to watch your favorite holiday movie, then we’ve got you covered.

Where can you stream Christmas movies?

Here is a list of the streaming services that provide a selection of Christmas movies for free, if you’re subscribed.

Christmas movies on Netflix

If you love Christmas movies, then Netflix has you covered. There are a bunch of holiday movies provided on the streaming service, including Holidate, Klaus, as well as A Christmas Prince and its sequels.

There are several Netflix plans that you can choose from depending on your viewing preferences. You can get the Basic plan for $8.99 per month, the Standard plan for $13.99, or the Premium plan for $17.99.

Christmas movies on Hulu

A Hulu subscription will allow you to watch movies like A Cinderella Christmas, Girlfriends of Christmas Past, Married by Christmas, and Christmas With the Andersons. You can also watch a ton of Christmas episodes from shows like Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, Full House, and Saturday Night Live.

There are several Hulu plans to choose from, with the cheapest option being $5.99 per month and the most expensive priced at $60.99 per month.

Christmas movies on Amazon Prime

You can also watch plenty of Christmas movies on Amazon Prime Video. A subscription to this streaming service will give you access to movies like The Christmas Lodge, Falling for Christmas, A Bride for Christmas, and Christmas Contract.

An Amazon Prime membership costs $12.99 per month, with student members paying a discounted fee of $6.49 per month. Sign up here.

Christmas movies on Philo

Philo gives viewers access to Lifetime, OWN, BBC America, and the Hallmark Channel. A Philo subscription will give you access to sixty channels for only $20.00 a month.

Christmas movies on Disney+

There are some great Christmas movies available on Disney+, including The Muppet Christmas Carol, The Ultimate Christmas Present, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas, and I’ll Be Home for Christmas. You can also watch A Nightmare Before Christmas if you consider that to be a Christmas movie!

A subscription to Disney+ is all yours for just $6.99 per month.

Christmas movies on CBS All Access

You can watch Christmas specials such as Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Story of Santa Claus, Frosty The Snowman, and Frosty Returns on CBS All Access. A basic subscription costs $5.99 per month, and there’s a commercial-free viewing option for just $9.99 per month.

Christmas movies on Sling

Similar to Philo, Sling gives viewers access to numerous channels. A subscription to Sling will allow you to watch TNT, USA, TBS, Starz, Showtime, The Hallmark Channel, Freeform, A&E, Disney Channel, and many more. A subscription to Sling costs $30.00 per month.

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