These secret Netflix codes will let you binge-watch Christmas films early

These secret Netflix codes will let you binge-watch Christmas films early

Whenever the festive season rolls around each year, it quickly becomes obvious who amongst us is keen for Christmas, and who's a bit of a Scrooge. Those who enjoy the holidays are easy to spot: they're the folks rocking their ugly jumpers and blasting out Band Aid as soon as mid-November rolls around. The Bah Humbuggers, on the other hand, tend to avoid these sorts of things at all costs.

If you fall into this latter category, I'm sorry guys, but this is not the place for you.

Still here? Great, because you're about to be in for an early Christmas present!

Now that we're getting a little further into November, we think it's definitely time to start working through your favourite festive films - and Netflix has a number of secret codes that'll allow you to access them. All you have to do to get to them is type "" into your browser, followed by one of these number sequences...

1474017 for Christmas Children & Family Films

arthur christmas Credit: Netflix

1394527 for Romantic Christmas Films

a christmas prince Credit: Netflix

1394522 for Family-friendly Christmas Films

saving christmas Credit: Netflix

Those are the three main categories, but there's also a number of more niche subcategories, too...

1475071 for Goofy Christmas Children & Family Films

deck the halls Credit: Netflix

1475066 for Feel-good Christmas Children & Family Films 

nativity film Credit: Netflix

1476024 for Christmas Children & Family Films from the 1990s 

miracle on 34th street Credit: Netflix

1527064 for British Christmas Children & Family Films

nativity 2 Credit: Netflix

1527063 for European Christmas Children & Family Films

The Magic Snowflake Credit: Netflix

And if you're watching on TV, all you have to do to access these film categories is type the exact genre name into your search bar.

So, there you have it: if you're after something to satisfy your early Christmas cravings, look no further than Netflix.