How to Watch 'Elf' Immediately and All Throughout the Holidays

It’s the movie with all the amazing quotes you like to shout at friends and strangers during the holidays (my personal favorite is, “Buddy the elf, what’s your favorite color?” when I’m answering the phone). It’s one of the best Christmas movies of all time, basically without argument (NBD, but it definitely made the *top* of our list). It’s the Will Ferrell-Zooey Deschanel classic that’s basically on repeat starting December 1st: yup, Elf, is a big rewatch for a lot of people.

Obviously because you’re here, you want to watch the movie as soon as possible. Sadly, you can no longer watch on Netflix (de-va-sta-ting), but! There are plenty of streaming options available. Also, I’ve included some ways you can actually buy the movie, since it probably deserves a spot in your permanent library. Aside from the one million times you watch it in December, it’s also fun to put it on during a random month. Have I watched Elf in the middle of July? I absolutely have!

So here’s an ~exhaustive~ list of every single place you can find Elf. Please bear in mind that some of these prices and plans are potentially gonna change either now or after the holidays. But you’re basically a few clicks away from on-screen Christmas bliss. It’s my gift to you!!

DailyMotion

As far as I can tell, and as of writing this, the movie is…free to watch here?? That may change, but wow, what a delight to discover this in my browsing.

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Amazon Prime

You can rent the movie for $3.99, and buy it for $14.99. Considering how often I watch the movie, buying is basically ~the~ option.

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Google Play

Same deal: Rent this bb for $3.99, or buy it for $14.99.

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HBO Max

If you have a subscription, you can stream for free. If you don’t mind ads, your plan would be $9.99 a month, or it’s $14.99 ad-free. Keep an eye out, because sometimes they have deals and discounts.

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YouTube

Rent for $3.99, buy for $14.99. This would make sense, since I watch everything on YouTube anyways.

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iTunes

Youuuu guessed it: Rent for $3.99, buy for $14.99. But then it’s also in your iTunes library and you can watch via Apple TV!

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AMC

Rent for $3.99, buy for $14.99!

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Vudu

Rent for $3.99, buy for $14.99!

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Roku

Through Roku, you can watch the movie via HBO Max, ROW8, Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, or Redbox.

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Starz

Apparently this version of the film includes fun extras, including pop-up facts and sing-along lyrics. Right now, Starz is offering a deal of $5 a month for three months.

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Also, you could just get the DVD or Blu-ray! You do you!

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