You can now steam the Back to the Future movies to your TV, iPhone, iPad or tablet without buying them. No, there is no Back to the Future Netflix streaming option, but you can get your fix of the Delorean and Marty McFly on Amazon Prime Video.
Amazon Prime members can watch Back to the Future free on Amazon Prime Video. The service works on many smartphones, tablets and web browsers, but it is not available on the Apple TV.
Before Amazon added the Back to the Future streams to Amazon Prime Video the only way to watch digitally was to rent the movies for $3 to $5 on various services or to buy the series on disk or digital.
Back to the Future Streaming Options
Amazon Prime Video offers the Back to the Future movies streaming to your favorite devices at no extra fee. Here are the links to stream the movies on Amazon Prime Video.
- Stream Back to the Future on Amazon
- Stream Back to the Future II on Amazon
- Stream Back to the Future III on Amazon
These are the full versions of the movies with no ads or interruptions to the film. You can download the movies to your iPhone, iPad, Amazon Fire or Android device so that you can watch them offline, or simply without using any of your data while mobile.
If you are an Amazon Prime Member you can watch these at no extra charge, but you will need to download the Amazon Video app for your device. Download Amazon Instant for iPhone & iPad. If you are on Android, download Amazon Video from the Amazon App Store. On other devices search in your app store.
It is possible to share your Amazon Prime membership with other members of your household so that they can login with their own username and password. Amazon also offers a free 30 day Amazon Prime trial if you have not used the service before.
Users looking for a Back to the Future marathon can stream all the movies from this service. Amazon Instant Video works on a wide range of devices including,
- Kindle Fire
- Android Phones
- Android Tablets
- iPod touch
- Xbox 360
- Xbox One
- Nintendo Wii U
- Nintendo Wii
- Many Smart TVs & Blu-Ray players
If you want to watch the movies on the Apple TV, you should check out the deal on the Back to the Future trilogy that lets you own all three films for $29.99 in HD.
There is a renewed interest in the films is because October 21, 2015 is Back to the Future Day, the exact date that Marty McFly takes the time traveling Delorean to in Back to the Future II. The video above shows teens reacting to the movie just days before October 21, 2015.