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Here's Where You Can Stream Jingle All The Way This Holiday Season

The Arnold Schwarzenegger family comedy "Jingle All the Way" has become a family staple for the holiday season ever since its 1996 release. It was named one of our favorite Guilty Pleasure Holiday Movies. It's about a harried husband and father, Howard Langston (Schwarzenegger), whose job selling mattresses has gotten between himself and his family. He vows to change this and get his son Jamie (Jake Lloyd) the toy of his dreams — a Turbo-Man action figure — but has put the task off until Christmas Eve.

This results in a madcap race about Minneapolis as he tries to track down the much sought-after toy. Howard manages to pick up a rival in the form of postman Myron Larabee (Sinbad), who's looking for a Turbo-Man of his very own. Together, they run afoul of rogue mall Santa Clauses, Officer Alexander Hummell (Robert Conrad), and wild Christmas parades. Will Howard manage to make his kid's dreams come true? Or will he teach Jamie a bigger lesson by opening up his heart to the spirit of generosity?

Are you looking to light up your yuletide with a little 'Ahnuld'? Here's how you can stream "Jingle All the Way" this holiday season.

Starz subscribers can access this holiday classic

Good news for Starz subscribers; the premium streamer and cable service is slated to have "Jingle All the Way" up throughout the holiday season. You can grab a subscription right now for $5 a month for three months or add it to your current streaming or cable package. Starz viewers will also get to see the film on the channel's over-the-air networks, with one of its first showings of the season being November 13 at 8:08 a.m. EST. So if you'd like to have the film plus a bunch of other holiday-related family fares, Starz seems the way to go.

If you'd rather not shell out for a Starz subscription, you can rent the film for $3.99 on YouTube, Vudu, Google Play, Apple TV, and Redbox. Wanna have it for a little longer than a few days? You can buy the film for $14.99 a piece platform-wide. That's for both the SD and the HD editions of the film. If you're looking to jingle around the block with Turbo-Man and his whole crew, either option can't be beat.