Will fans be able to stream ‘Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour’?

Yes, Swifties have been able to rent the film from home since Dec. 13.

Fans can find the “Eras Tour” movie on digital platforms with rentals available like Amazon Prime Video, Apple, Vudu, Xfinity, YouTube TV and Google TV, according to a press release.

The movie will cost $19.89 to rent (suggested prices may vary by retailer), a nod to Swift’s wildly successful album “1989.”

Starting on March 15, the film will be available to stream on Disney+ for subscribers.

The concert film won’t be the last chance for Swifties to see the “Eras Tour” in real life either: Swift has tour dates throughout Asia, Australia and Europe through August 2024.

The singer also added additional U.S. and Canadian dates in late 2024.

Swift announced the “Eras Tour” concert film in August, and less than a month later, AMC said it took less than 24 hours for her film to shatter the company’s U.S. record for highest ticket-sales revenue in a single day.

“With such overwhelming demand being evident, it became obvious that there should be an immediate worldwide release of the film,” AMC said in a Sept. 26 press release.