There may be 47 days left until Christmas, but some are already itching to get into the festive spirit.
The codes make it possible to browse the company's full Christmas-related categories, even though they are not yet being promoted on the platform's homepage just yet.
While users can still search for a specific film (for example, if they already know they want to watch How the Grinch Stole Christmas for the 50th time), the codes are a great source of inspiration for those looking to flip through several options.
As reported by The Sun, those who watch Netflix on a laptop should start with this URL: http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/INSERTNUMBER
Then, "INSERTNUMBER" can be replaced by the appropriate code, depending on which category people want to take a look at.
For the "Romantic Christmas Films" category, type 1394527 into the address bar, hit the return key, and get ready to choose between A Christmas Prince, the acclaimed romantic comedy released by Netflix last year, and a re-run of Love Actually.
Similarly, you can access the "Christmas Children & Family Films" category with the code 1474017, and the "Family-friendly Christmas Films" section by typing 1394522.
Those watching with a young audience might want to try code 1477206, which will unlock the "Christmas Children & Family Films for ages 11 to 12" category; 1477204 for "Christmas Children & Family Films for ages 8 to 10"; or 1477201 for "Christmas Children & Family Films for ages 5 to 7".
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For a morale boost, try 1475066 – the magic number for "Feel-good Christmas Children & Family Films" or 1475071, which corresponds to "Goofy Christmas Children & Family Films".
Those feeling a pinch of nostalgia might want to go for 1476024 for a selection of "Christmas Children & Family Films from the 1990s".
The codes also enable viewers to browse films based on their location. "British Christmas Children & Family Films" can be accessed with the code 1527064, while their European counterparts are under the code 1527063.
The "Canadian Christmas Children & Family Films" category opens with the code 1721544.
Netflix users who prefer to use the streamer on their TV set can also enjoy the convenience of the Christmas-related categories.
All they have to do is enter the exact name of the genre they're looking for in their search bar.
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