[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxUr8Z4iDpk]

Disney announced today that the entire Star Wars saga will finally be available for digital HD download later this week, marking the first time ever that the films have been offered in this format.

As confirmed in the TV spot above and the iTunes tweet below, the entire collection will be available to purchase from the iTunes Store this Friday. Pre-orders are already up and running, with each movie coming in at $19.99 for both SD and HD versions.

[tweet https://twitter.com/iTunesMovies/status/585271865679060992 align=’center’]

If you want to save some money on all six installments, you can pick up the whole series for $89.99 on Amazon, versus $119.99 on iTunes. If you do buy on iTunes, you’ll be able to sync your purchases with Disney Movies Everywhere and download copies through alternate outlets like Google’s Play Store.

Each movie will also include hours of new bonus material featuring, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes looks at the making of all six movies, and interviews with the cast and crew.

Earlier this year Apple’s iTunes Trailers website was among the first outlets to debut the trailer for the upcoming seventh Star Wars movie.

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