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How to watch Frozen in the UK, US and abroad

Keep the whole family entertained with the animated children’s favourite, Frozen

Frozen has been one of the best-received animated children’s movies of recent times. Since its release back in 2013, it has gained critical acclaim for its insanely catchy songs and strong female characters with a total of 81 award wins, including the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film in 2014.

Follow Anna and her friends – the mountain man, his trusty reindeer and Olaf the snowman – as they help change the frosty weather conditions Anna’s sister, Queen Elsa, has brought down upon their home. Along the way they belt out a number of instant hits such as Let it Go and Do You Want to Build a Snowman, which you’ll no doubt have already heard – even if you haven’t watched the film.

You might recognise these voices from a whole host of other movies and TV shows. The star-studded cast includes singing sensation Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and Jonathon Groff amongst other famous names.

Without further ado, here’s how to watch Frozen wherever you are in the world.

How to watch Frozen in the UK and US: Disney Plus

Many of you will have been eagerly awaiting Disney Plus’s arrival in the UK and, after an agonising wait, that day has finally come. Luckily for all you Frozen fans (or weary parents), Frozen is on the extensive list of content included with your subscription.

Disney Plus will set UK users back £5.99 p/mth or £59.99 p/yr, and if you aren’t completely sold you can trial the service for 7 days, free of charge, to help you make your mind up.

Subscribe to Disney Plus

For those of you in the US, you’ll be happy to know that Frozen and Frozen 2 are both available on the platform as of now.

How to watch Frozen in the Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Netherlands: Disney Plus

More good news from Disney Plus: You will be able to watch Frozen in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands. More Frozen fun for families everywhere!

How to watch Frozen in the UK: Amazon Prime Video

You can also watch Frozen on Amazon Prime Video, and you won’t have to wait until 24 March. You can rent the film for £3.49 or purchase it for £13.99. Other options include buying the DVD for £6.98.

Buy now from Amazon Prime Video

Unfortunately, Frozen isn’t included within the free Prime content, although it could well be added in the future. If this sounds tempting, you can sign up to Prime for £7.99/mth, or £79/yr. You’ll gain access to an entire library of TV shows and movies at no extra cost with plenty of other extras thrown in such as free next-day delivery.

Sign up to Amazon Prime

How to watch Frozen in the UK: Sky

If you’re a Sky customer you’ll be able to buy and keep Frozen for £13.99 or rent it for £3.49. Other options include buying it with the DVD (£15.99) or with the Blu-ray (£17.99).

Purchase now from the Sky Store

Signing up to Sky gives you access to thousands of TV shows and original Sky content. Sky TV and cinema bundles start from £36/mth but if you’d rather build your own bundle it’s £11/mth extra on top of what else you’ve chosen.

Sign up to Sky

How to watch Frozen abroad: VPN

A VPN, or virtual private network, is the perfect antidote to private browsing and unlimited access to geoblocked sites. Lots of your favourite streaming sites such as Netflix and Amazon Prime unfortunately enforce geoblocks to stop you from accessing them when you’re abroad. Using a VPN will trick your ISP into thinking you’re still at home so you can keep on watching.

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