Swifties, get ready to turn your living rooms into the ultimate Eras Tour party in celebration of Taylor Swift’s 34th birthday! Just two months after its theatrical debut (tickets still up for grabs), the record-breaking concert film is hitting online platforms in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. But wait, there’s more – three exclusive bonus songs await you, never before seen in theaters in the ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Extended Version)’.

Not only did The Eras Tour dominate as the highest-grossing concert movie ever in North America, but it also snagged a prestigious Golden Globes nomination for its cinematic brilliance and box office success.

Taking to Instagram, Swift shared her excitement, saying, “I’ve got a birthday around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the incredible year we’ve shared than by making The Eras Tour Concert Film available for your at-home viewing pleasure!”

How to Watch ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Extended Version)’ Online?: Digital Streaming Release Date

The extended version of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie, boasting a runtime of approximately three hours, is now available for rental or purchase online at $19.89. This exclusive release, featuring bonus content, can be accessed on Prime Video, Apple TV, and various other transactional video-on-demand (TVOD) streaming platforms beginning December 13th, 2023.

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Swift, having personally financed the film, has unveiled that the on-demand edition will showcase tracks such as “Long Live,” “The Archer,” and “Wildest Dreams.” While a specific release date on a subscription video-on-demand streaming service is yet to be disclosed, industry speculations point towards a potential landing on Peacock, owned by NBCUniversal. Stay tuned for further updates on this Universal Pictures Home Entertainment production.

How to rent  ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ on Prime Video?

Viewers are not required to be Amazon Prime or Prime Video members to enjoy streaming the movie on the platform. You can simply rent the film from 13th December via the Browser or app version of Prime Video. 

Once the film is rented on Prime Video and in the midst of playback, users can easily access X-Ray content. This can be done by selecting the “All” tab located in the top left corner on mobile and web devices, or by pressing up on the remote control for Living Room devices. This feature enhances the overall customer experience by displaying information about each song as it plays. On certain devices, users can also click on the icon to seamlessly connect to Amazon Music, allowing them to continue listening to their favorite songs from the tour.

Prime Video is accessible on a diverse range of compatible devices, including smartphones, tablets, set-top boxes, game consoles, and select smart TVs, providing a versatile and convenient viewing experience.

Where to watch Taylor Swift:The Eras Tour (Extended Version)

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