If you’re wondering where to stream A Christmas in Vermont online, then you have come to the right place as we have all the streaming details. Directed by Fred Olen Ray, the movie follows Riley Harper whose visit to Vermont to close down one of her company’s holdings is met with life-changing revelations.

Here’s how you can watch and stream A Christmas in Vermont via streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video.

Is A Christmas in Vermont available to watch via streaming?

Yes, A Christmas in Vermont is available to watch via streaming on Amazon Prime Video & Peacock.

Riley Harper who works for one of the largest holding companies, Bullock & Barnes, is sent to close down one of the company’s holdings in Vermont which had stopped generating profit. On reaching there, she finds herself facing a dilemma. She is forced to pick between her assigned professional responsibility and the value that the branch holds for the local people, as well as her romantic feelings for the company’s CEO, Wyatt Davis.  

Abigail Hawk plays Riley Harper. Other cast members include Chevy Chase, David O’Donnell, Howard Hesseman, Zack Ward, Meredith Thomas, and Morgan Fairchild, among others.

Watch A Christmas in Vermont streaming via Amazon Prime Video

A Christmas in Vermont is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.

You need to set up an Amazon Prime Video account by selecting one of the plans that the streaming platform offers to its prospective subscribers and providing your details.

You can watch the film via Amazon Prime Video by following these steps:

  1. Go to Amazon Prime Video
  2. Select ‘Sign in’ and ‘Create your Amazon account’
  3. Sign up for a Prime Video membership:
    • $14.99 per month or $139 per year with an Amazon Prime membership
    • $8.99 per month for a standalone Prime Video membership

Amazon Prime is the online retailer’s paid service that provides fast shipping and exclusive sales on products, so the membership that includes both this service and Prime Video is the company’s most popular offering. However, you can also opt to subscribe to Prime Video separately.

The movie is available for streaming on Peacock.

Watch A Christmas in Vermont streaming via Peacock

A Christmas in Vermont is available to watch on Peacock.

Peacock is an over-the-top video streaming service. As it is a subsidiary of NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, its library mostly contains titles produced by NBCUniversal studios and affiliates, though third-party titles are also available on the platform.

You can watch A Christmas in Vermont via Peacock by following these steps:

  1. Go to PeacockTV.com
  2. Click ‘Get Started’
  3. Choose your payment plan
    • $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year (premium)
    • $11.99 per month or $119.99 per year (premium plus
  4. Create your account
  5. Enter your payment details

Peacock’s Premium account provides access to over 80,000+ hours of TV, movies, and sports, including current NBC and Bravo Shows along with 50 always-on channels. Premium Plus is the same plan but with no ads (save for limited exclusions), along with allowing users to download select titles and watch them offline and providing access to your local NBC channel live 24/7.

A Christmas in Vermont’s synopsis is as follows:

“Riley Thomas is sent by her profit-obsessed boss to shut down one of the company’s holdings, a small outerwear company in Vermont, for missing profit targets. Riley finds that the company is the lifeblood of a town and, instead of closing down the iconic firm, she unexpectedly falls in love and learns valuable lessons beyond the bottom line.”

NOTE: The streaming services listed above are subject to change. The information provided was correct at the time of writing.

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