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The Worlds Largest Surf Video Library

TheSurfNetwork.com is a simple and easy to use online video service that provides access to the largest and most extensive collection of premium surf video content on the internet. Buy, Rent and Watch more than 760 professionally produced surf movie and television shows.

iTunes Compatible Download

When you buy a video included with your purchase is a high quality DRM free MP4 download file that can viewed on your computer, streamed to network devices or transferred to your favorite portable device. Don't have iTunes, simply download in your web browser.

Buy Once, Watch Everywhere

Watch on your Roku, PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Mobile, Tablet and more.

How it Works

The Difference between Buying, Renting and Premium Membership

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does the Premium member free trial work?

    Try a Premium membership free for seven days! You'll be able to instantly watch over 550 surf movies and videos over the Internet on your Roku, PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and many more devices.

    If you enjoy your free trial, do nothing and at the end of the trial your membership will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member. You can easily cancel anytime, online, 24 hours a day. There are no long-term contracts or cancellation fees. Just sign up to get started!

  • How much does the Premium membership cost?

    You can try the Premium membership for free with our seven day trial. We offer two paid membership options, $9.99 monthly or $99.99 for the entire year.

  • How many videos can I watch with a Premium membership?

    There are currently over 550 professionally produced surfing related movies, videos and TV episodes that can be watched for free with a Premium membership.

  • Can I stream and download in HD?

    Yes, many new releases are available in HD.

  • How fast does my Internet need to be?

    The minimum required connection speed is 500kbps (0.5Mbps), but we recommended a minimum speed of at least 1000kbps (1.0Mbps). You will want a faster connection for improved video quality.

    While streaming works with may different levels of broadband, the speed and bandwidth of your broadband Internet connection may impact your viewing experience.

    TheSurfNetwork is a streaming service--videos are streamed over the internet and not downloaded, so you must be connected to the internet throughout the viewing session.

  • How does TheSurfNetwork charge my account?

    Premium memberships are billed to your preferred payment method on the same date each billing period. If you signed up for the free trial, you will be billed as soon as the trial ends. If you signed up for monthly billing, you will be billed every month on the date you signed up. If you signed up for yearly billing, you will be billed every year on the date you signed up. Your membership will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member. You can easily cancel anytime, online, 24 hours a day.

    When you buy and rent your preferred payment method is charged immediately for the items you purchase.

  • How much do most videos cost to buy or rent?

    We have a library of over 760 surf movies and videos that range in price from $1.99 to $14.99, on average a movie will run about $9.99 to buy and $3.99 to rent.

  • How long do I have to watch a video I rented?

    The rental window for rentals is 3 days (72 hours) and starts immediately upon purchase.

  • Are rentals downloadable?

    Rentals are not downloadable, rentals can only be streamed using Watch Now. If you want to download and watch offline, you will need to buy.

  • How does TheSurfNetwork get the videos to stream online?

    TheSurfNetwork partners with content providers to license digital rights. In some cases licenses come directly from the filmmakers and in other cases from larger distributors who aggregate a library of titles.

    If you would be interested getting your video on TheSurfNetwork, please contact us.

  • How do I cancel a Premium membership?

    We hate to see you go, but if you need to cancel your membership, click the Cancel Membership link on your My Account page.

  • What happens if I cancel a Premium membership early?

    You can continue to access and watch Premium eligible videos until your membership expires at the end of your current billing period--even if you're on a free trial.

  • If I cancel a Premium membership, will I be charged?

    If you cancel before your trial is up you will not be charged at all. If you cancel on a paid membership you will not see any more membership charges unless you restart your membership. If you cancel with time left in your billing period, we'll let you stream until your account expires automatically at the end of your current billing.

  • How do I redeem a TheSurfNetwork gift?

    Redeeming a TheSurfNetwork gift is easy. Just go to thesurfnetwork.com/redeem and enter the gift or promotion code to get started. If you're new to TheSurfNetwork, you'll be prompted to create a new TheSurfNetwork account. To apply your gift to an existing account, be sure to sign into TheSurfNetwork before redeeming your gift.

  • How do I watch TheSurfNetwork on my TV?

    The best option for watching TheSurfNetwork on your TV is currently with a Roku streaming media player. On Roku there is a dedicated TheSurfNetwork Roku channel. Don't have a Roku? TheSurfNetwork also works with Apple TV when streamed from an iPhone or iPad using AirPlay. Similarly you can use an Android phone or tablet to "cast" to a Chromecast connected to your TV. TheSurfNetwork also works on all Google TV enabled Smart TVs.

  • Will TheSurfNetwork work on my Android smartphone or tablet?

    TheSurfNetwork works on all Android devices running Android 4.0+ using the Google Chrome web browser.

  • Will TheSurfNetwork work on my iPhone or iPad?

    TheSurfNetwork works on iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches running iOS 6.x and higher.

  • Can I watch TheSurfNetwork on my Kindle?

    TheSurfNetwork works on all Kindle Fire (HD and HDX) models except for the first generation.