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‘Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ Hit Video On Demand & It’s 20% Off

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It’s time to return to Panem, but rather than delve back into Katniss Everdeen’s story, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes explores the origin story of the infamous President Snow. Based on the prequel book written by Suzanne Collins, the movie is officially available to watch at home — and for a limited time, you can stream the movie on digital for 20% off, marking it down to just $20 on Prime Video.

The film follows Coriolanus Snow (Tom Blyth) a student who is tasked with training Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler) for the 10th annual Hunger Games. Through their partnership, Snow begins to question his instincts and is forced to decide whether he wants to be a force of good or evil in the world.

Other cast members include Peter Dinklage, Hunter Schafer, Josh Andrés Rivera, Jason Schwartzman and Viola Davis.

You don’t need a Prime membership in order to stream the movie at home — just purchase it through the button below and it will automatically download to your video library.

If you’d prefer to own a hardcopy of the movie, it’s set to be released on Blu-ray and 4K through Amazon and Walmart as well as a Target-exclusive version on Feb. 13.

An official streaming date has yet to be announced, but for now you can watch The Hunger Games trilogy on Peacock.

And, for the collectors out there, make sure you snag some of the highly-rated Hunger Games merch, including a special collector’s box with props from the movie.

Where to Buy Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes Merch

You can officially immerse yourself in the world of The Hunger Games besides binge-watching the movies or rereading the book series. Walmart has partnered with Shop the Scenes to bring an exclusive collector’s box inspired by the latest movie to hit theaters, The Ballad of The Songbird & The Snake (haven’t seen it yet? get tickets to the movie here), and only available on the retailer’s site.

Lionsgate and Shop the Scenes curated four boxes filled with replicas and authentic props used in the movie to help fans feel like they’re actually inside and a part of the movie.

“Our close collaboration with Shop the Scenes ahead of the release of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes has enabled us to curate a unique fan experience blurring the lines between reality and fantasy,” said Jenefer Brown Lionsgate’s executive vice president and head of global products and experiences in a press release. “This next level of fandom will give viewers the ability to own a piece of this impactful story and feel like they are part of the movie-going experience in real-time.”

Whether you’re a fan of the sci-fi series, are a collector or need a gift for a Hunger Games fan in your life, Walmart’s exclusive box is both a bestseller and a great gender-neutral gift.

black box with hunger games collectables

The Hunger Games: The Ballad Of Songbirds & Snakes Official Merchandise Collection Box

Fans won’t be able to hide their excitement after unboxing this Walmart exclusive collection box. Inside, they’ll find an Academy notebook complete with the university’s emboss, a trucker hat featuring Lucy Gray Baird & The Covey Band embroidered on the front, Coriolanus Snow’s dog tag necklace, Lucky’s signature card deck and a sticker pack. A QR code can be found that shows you behind-the-scenes footage of how the band wrote and created the songs heard in the film.

The box has garnered a 4.6 star-rating on Walmart with shoppers praising how it’s a “great gift” and that “The products inside really feel like you are taking the book and movie home with you.”


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