When is Spider-Man: Far From Home Coming Out on Digital and Blu-ray?

MJ and Spider-Man in Far From Home.
(Image credit: JoJo Whilden)

Sept. 17 update: It's time to watch Far From Home on digital download!

Leaving the theater after seeing Spider-Man's latest adventure (its last film before MCU Phase 4) I was split between two thoughts. Firstly, "wow, those mid-credits and post-credits scenes were awesome" and "when is Spider-Man: Far From Home coming out on Blu-ray and digital?"

Of course, since the movie just came out in theaters (and took the #1 box office spot with  $92.57 million), I'm a little early. Fortunately, we can discern a probable release date, thanks to precedent. 

When Does Spider-Man: Far From Home Come Out on Digital and Blu-Ray?

Disney formally announced the digital and Blu-ray/DVD release dates for Far From Home:

  • Digital: Today (Sept. 17), Spider-Man: Far From Home hit Amazon and iTunes. It will costs $19.99.
  • Blu-ray and DVD: Spidey swings to optical media on Oct. 1 — you can pre-order the Far From Home Blu-ray and 4K version now.

Will Spider-Man: Far From Home come out on Disney Plus?

That's a negatory, true believers — especially in light of Spider-Man leaving the MCU. Plus, Spider-Man: Homecoming wasn't mentioned at the Disney Plus investor event where The House of The Mouse previewed its upcoming services, and that's likely because Sony Pictures owns these Spider-movies, and already put Homecoming on Starz. 

Wait, Far From Home is coming back to theaters?

On August 29, Sony will re-release Far From Home in the U.S. and Canada. Why? Well, this new version, just like Marvel Studios did with Avengers: Endgame, will feature extra footage. Deadline reports that this cut features a 4-minute action sequence that you'd have to wait for the digital and Blu-pray releases to see.

Henry T. Casey
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Henry is a managing editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.