As with most blockbuster movies released to Digital HD we like to provide you with a list of the best places to buy the titles. This week we look at one of last year’s highest grossing films, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, falling just behind Finding Dory as the top earning film of 2016.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is available in Digital HD (March. 24, 2017) almost two weeks ahead of the Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray editions of the film, as well as any rental or On Demand options coming on Tuesday, April 4.
So where do you buy Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and what does it cost? On average ‘Rogue One’ is priced $19.99 for Digital HD and $14.99 for SD, but the standard definition digital purchase is only available to pre-order at this time.
Most services offer close to a dozen bonus features with the purchase, including Microsoft, Sony, Fandango, Vudu, and Amazon among others. The extras are the same as what will be on the Blu-ray Disc, such as character profiles, “Epilogue: The Story Continues,” and the 8-minute “Visions of Hope: The look of Rogue One.”
Apple has a bunch of free clips on iTunes to view but doesn’t appear to including the typical iTunes Extras with the purchase. (We’ll check again on this later and update article.)
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Digital UHD/HD/SD Price Comparison*
- Amazon Instant Video – $19.99 (HD) $14.99 (SD) Pre-order
- Apple iTunes – $19.99 (HD) $14.99 (SD) Pre-order
- CinemaNow – NA
- FandangoNow (prev. M-Go) – $19.99 (HD) $14.99 (SD) Pre-order
- Google Play – $19.99 (HD) NA (SD)
- Sony Entertainment Network – $19.99 (HD) NA (SD)
- Verizon FiOS On Demand – $20.99 (HD) NA (SD)
- Vudu (Walmart) – $19.99 (HD) NA (SD)
- Microsoft Video – $19.99 (HD) $14.99 (SD)
*Prices at time of article publication.
Be sure to check out the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story exclusive Blu-ray editions from Best Buy, Target, Walmart, the Disney Store.