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The Original ‘Spider-Man’ Trilogy Is Free on Plex Through February

The Spider Man 2 poster over the Plex interface
Sony, Plex

Beginning February 1st, all Plex users can stream the original Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy for free. It’s a killer promotion that’ll get you up to speed before watching the latest Spider-Man movie, No Way Home. And hey, it’s a lot cheaper than renting the old Spider-Man movies on Amazon for $4 each.

You don’t need a Plex Pass to watch Toby Maguire face the Green Goblin, take down Doc Ock, or get infected by Venom. That’s right; this promotion is available to all Plex users with a free or paid account.

Here are the direct links to each Spider-Man movie on Plex:

Plex is a tool that lets you create your own streaming service using movie files that you already own. But in recent years, Plex has amassed a library of movies that are free to all users, even if they aren’t paying monthly fees or hosting a personal Plex server.

To check out the full selection of free movies on Plex, visit the Plex website or download the Plex app (iOS/Android) and make a free account. Don’t forget to install Plex on your streaming stick or smart TV, where you can browse the service’s full selection of free content or stream any files hosted on your Plex server.

This promotion ends on March 1st, so don’t miss out!

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