Last Updated on April 20, 2020 by Mark P.
As of right now, Avengers: Endgame is the biggest movie of the century. Making $2.7 billion at the global box office, which makes it the second highest-grossing movie ever. That being the case, it isn’t really a surprise that hardcore Marvel fans may want to own a physical copy of the film. As of August 13th, the movie will be available to buy in both physical and digital formats.
Both of these releases come with a lot of special features that would provide fans with more insight into the hit 2019 film. That’ll include audio commentary from the directors, Joe and Anthony Russo, and the writers, Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus. A similar commentary was included with Infinity War’s home release last year, which provided a lot of insight for fans, as well as some interesting Easter eggs and surprises. The special commentary for Endgame will also include some deleted scenes, and a gag reel, so that’s definitely something to look forward to.
For the digital HD releases, you can get it for $20 at Prime Video, the Microsoft Store, Vudu, and FandagoNow. You can get the UHD version for $25 at the latter three as well. For physical DVD copies, you can get it for $20 at Best Buy, or $14.96 at Walmart. Digital Blu-ray is available for $17.96 at Walmart, $23 at Best Buy, or $25 at Target. You can get the digital 4K UHD version for $24.96 at Walmart, $30 at Best Buy, and $30 at Target.
Best Buy is also offering the exclusive steelbook variant of the film with 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and digital formats. Target, on the other hand, is offering its own unique version, an exclusive 4K UHD version that includes an Avengers Initiative: A Look Back book.
Either way, you can find just about any version of Avengers: Endgame, be it 4K, Blu-ray, or DVD, at multiple retailers for around the same price. There are some special variants you can get exclusively from different retailers, but ultimately whichever version you want the most, you can find on sale now. Chances are they’ll fly off the shelves pretty quickly, but you can trust them to be restocked fairly regularly. It’s worth spending a bit of money to get one of the best movies in the past couple of decades to be watched again at your leisure.