These Secret Netflix Codes Unlock Hundreds Of Christmas Movies On The Site
And after experiencing the coldest day of the year last night, you'll no doubt be in the yuletide mood to cosy up on the couch and turn to your Netflix account for some festive cheer.
With 36 days to Christmas, the streaming service has answered your holiday prayers by placing all the perfect festive flicks in some very specific movie genre, which you can access with similarly specific codes.
After learning of the streaming giant's secret hidden feature in September, we haven't looked back searching for exactly what we want to watch without any time or effort.
'But what are these codes?' You say? Never fear, we've combed through the internet, so you don't have to - your welcome.
Here is what you need to know so you don't have to go scrolling through the entire service:
- British Christmas Children & Family Films - 1527064
- Canadian Christmas Children & Family Films - 1721544
- Christmas Children & Family Films - 1474017
- Christmas Children & Family Films for ages 5 to 7 - 1477201
- Christmas Children & Family Films for ages 8 to 10 - 1477204
- Christmas Children & Family Films for ages 11 to 12 - 1477206
- Christmas Children & Family Films from the 1990s - 1476024 - yet to update with movies
- European Christmas Children & Family Films - 1527063
- Feel-good Christmas Children & Family Films - 1475066
- Goofy Christmas Children & Family Films - 1475071
To use the codes simply log in to the streaming site with your personal details, and then type in: www.netflix.com/browse/genre/XXXX.
But in the place of 'XXXX', enter one of the specific Christmas codes to show you all of the movies and TV shows that fit in with your chosen sub-category - because sometimes you can ever get super specific.
Some of the movies on offer in the sub-genres include British Christmas favourite Nativity, Tim Allen's Christmas With The Kranks, and not forgetting Netflix original A Christmas Prince.
Happy festive viewing!
Featured Image Credit: Flickr