‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ now available on the Play Store, Amazon Video

After having an insanely successful run in the theaters, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available to buy on digital platforms, including the Play Store.

Those interested in the film can pick it up on the Play Store for $15 in standard definition; however, those looking to get it in high definition will be looking at the $20 price point. There’s a bit more than just the movie packaged into that $15 or $20 movie, though. Star Wars fans will also get a bunch of extra, giving them a look into deleted scenes as well as a bunch of behind-the-scenes content.

Not everyone is a big fan of having digital content like this, though. I know I’m not. That said, if you don’t mind waiting a few more days, you can get the physical copy on April 5 where the film will become available in stores nationwide.

And if the Play Store isn’t your thing, it’s also available from other digital content providers, such as Amazon Video.

Anyone plan on buying?

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  • Michael

    only 17.99 on Amazon