Whether you’re already a Star Wars fan or someone who may want to know more about the franchise, seeing the first six films will get you well prepared for this weekend’s big release of Star Wars – The Force Awakens. And while it’s likely you can easily find a copy of one of the Star Wars films laying around on DVD or Blu-ray, owning Episodes 1-6 in digital format makes it easy to watch the films on multiple devices including tablets, PCs, game consoles, and smart TVs.
We took a look at some of the most popular video services to see where the cheapest place to buy Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection is, but prices vary from $89 to $99. You can also buy any of the individual titles for $19.99 each, but if you’re eventually going to buy all six that amounts to $120. At $89, Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection offers a much better deal.
Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection Digital Price Comparison*
- Amazon Instant Video – $89.99 (HD/SD)
- Apple iTunes – $89.99 (HD)
- Google Play – $89.99 [List: $119.94] (HD)
- Microsoft Movies & TV (formerly Xbox Video) – $89 (HD/SD)
- PlayStation Store – $99 (HD/SD)
- Vudu – $99.99 (HD)
*Prices are at the time of publication.
Note: Most places are selling the SD and HD versions for the same price.