How to Watch Wonder Woman 1984 For Free Online?

By Gabriela Vatu / December 24, 2020

Christmas Day is nearly here and we need to prepare to watch Wonder Woman 1984! The blockbuster is going to be available to watch on HBO Max!

Not only will this massive movie be available for HBO Max subscribers, but it's also going to be free for 31 days. Much in the same way that Warner Bros has announced it was going to launch its entire 2021 film list, Wonder Woman 1984 is going up on December 25th.

What Is Wonder Woman 1984 About?

Wonder Woman 1984 is a sequel to the 2017 flick featuring Gal Gadot. The film also stars Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Robin Wright, Connie Nielson, and we're even getting a cameo from the wonderful '70s Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter. 

The film takes us back to the '80s when Wonder Woman clashes with Max Lord and The Cheetah as she tries to save the world. The film is full of action and we cannot wait to watch Gadot return to her role. 

How to Watch Wonder Woman 1984 for Free?

If you're hoping to watch Wonder Woman 1984 for free, you're going to need to get a free trial for the service. The thing is that HBO Max no longer offers free trials directly. 

However, if you bundle it with a different streaming service, you'll still be able to grab those seven days for free. 

For instance, Hulu offers HBO Max for free for a week when you sign up for the service and or add HBO Max to your Hulu subscription. Then, it will cost you the regular $14.99, but you can quit by then. If you sign up now, you'll get to watch Wonder Woman 1984 for free. 

You can also get HBO Max for free with your YouTube TV subscription. YouTube TV has a free trial of five days, but HBO Max comes with the regular week-long free trial. Similarly, you can decide to cancel both of these before you actually have to pay. 

How to Watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max?

Obviously, to watch Wonder Woman 1984, you're going to need to have a subscription to the service. Things are a bit complicated with all the HBO versions they've had - Go, Now, and Max. If you were using HBO Now, you now have HBO Max, including if you subscribed through Amazon Appstore, Apple, Google Play, Roku Channel Store, Samsung TV, WarnerMedia, Consolidated Communications, Liberty, North State, Optimum, Service Electric Cablevision, Verizon Fios, or Ziply Fiber.

For the most part, if you subscribe to HBO through a cable or satellite provider, you're probably already getting access to HBO Max. You'll need to go to the HBO Max website and tap the "Sign in through TV or mobile provider" and fill in your credentials. The list includes Apple TV Channels, AT&T TV, Cox, DIRECTV, Hulu, Optimum, Prime Video Channels, Spectrum, Verizon Fios, and Xfinity.

You can also subscribe to HBO Max directly. It's $14.99 per month, but if you pay for six months upfront, you'll only pay $69.99, saving up about $20. The offer is only available through mid-January, so you have to move fast.

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