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Where to watch Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour online in Australia

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Live out your wildest dreams and have Taylor Swift perform a concert in your home.

There's still a while to go before Taylor Swift makes her way Down Under, but until then fans can have the next best thing.

Gather all the Swifties in your life and watch Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (extended version), which is now digitally available in Australia.

Where to watch Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie in Australia

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (extended edition) movie is only available to rent from the Prime Video Store, Apple iTunes, YouTube and Google TV for $24.99.

Watch Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (extended edition): Rent through Prime Video Store now

Unfortunately, there are no discounts on offer just yet. You don't need a Prime membership to rent from the Prime Video store.

Likewise, you're able to rent from iTunes without an Apple TV Plus account.

Regardless of which service you choose, you'll have 30 days to watch the movie once you've rented it.

After you watch it for the first time, the rental lasts for 48 hours only, but you can watch as many times as you'd like in that period.

If you decide to rent via the Prime Video store between 14 and 31 December 2023, you will be entered into a draw for a chance to win 2 tickets (plus hotel accommodation) to a Taylor Swift show in either Melbourne or Sydney. Fantastic for those who missed out on the limited tickets.

To enter this competition though, you need to have an account and be over 18.

The concert movie is not yet available on any streaming services, but it will be soon.

The Eras Tour will be available to stream on Disney Plus in Australia from 15 March 2024.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie preview

Taylor Swift's Eras Tour has made the most money of all time, being the first tour to make over $1 billion.

Swift sold 4.3 million tickets between March and November 2023.

Any Australian wanting to buy tickets to her show will know how popular it is.

If you missed out on tickets, or if you can't wait until Swift tours Australia, this is the perfect opportunity to gather friends and family and jam out to your Swiftie favourites from her 17-year career.

The extended version, which is available to rent, features 3 songs from the tour not shown when the movie was in cinemas. These include Long Live, The Archer and Wildest Dreams.

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