A ‘SECRET’ Netflix code list has appeared online after a Facebook user posted it in a shopping group called ‘Bag a weekly bargain’.
The list contains 235 codes but some are more useful than others.
The original post has over 200 codes but not all of them workCredit: Facebook
The Facebook post reads: “Struggling to find something to watch on Netflix?
“GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR FOLKS.
“Here is the MASSIVE list of Netflix secret codes for ALL of the movies they have in their inventory that don’t appear in the genres in your account.
“Type the numbers into the search bar and your good to go…”
Code ‘7424’ brings up Anime filmsCredit: Netflix
The post has been shared hundreds of times but people were quick to use the comment section to point out not all of the codes work.
Once user wrote: “It does work but some codes don’t work but it’s pretty good. Thanks for sharing.”
For example, if you type in the code “47465” into your Netflix search bar, you will see some ‘Classic Westerns’ pop up.
However, if you type in the code which the list claims will bring up ‘Classic Action & Adventure’ films, UK Netflix users will just see an error message.
This could be because Netflix changes codes regularly so some of them may no longer work.
Anime fans will be pleased to know code ‘7424’ does still bring up lots of Anime content.
If you want to try out the codes for yourself we’ve included all 235 mentioned in the Facebook post in a box below.
Netflix genre codes
People have been typing these codes into their Netflix search bar to see if they bring up the following genres…
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