Netflix Christmas movie codes – how to unlock hidden festive film genres

EVER find yourself stuck deciding what to watch on Netflix?

The way genres are ordered on the streaming platform has always been a bit of a sticking point for some.

There's so much on there, you can easily find yourself feeling a little lost.

But there is a way that might help you find a hidden Christmas gem.

Netflix actually have a series of not-so secret codes that will instantly transport you to some very specific genres.

It might just help you to narrow down your choice.

There is a slight hitch to this plan though.

You can only do it on a computer – it won't work on your smartphone app or smart TV.

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So when you're ready, log onto your account and type in the following web address:

www.netflix.com/browse/genre/

Then all you need to do is add one of the genre codes to the end, hit enter and you'll have a load of movies appear.

Netflix secret genre codes

Christmas for Kids – 1726277

Christmas, Children & Family Movies 1474017

Festive Family Fun – 81351538

Feel-Good Christmas, Children & Family Films – 1475066

British Christmas Children & Family Films – 1527064

Canadian Christmas, Children & Family Films – 1721544

European Christmas, Children & Family Films – 1527063

Christmas, Children & Family Films, Goofy 1475071

Romantic Christmas Films – 1394527

Christmas TV Cartoons – 1395703

Christmas TV Comedies – 1395700

Christmas Comedies – 1474015

Happy watching!

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