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Netflix Valentine's Day movie codes – enter these to reveal the best rom-coms and romantic films for you

IF YOU'RE looking for a rom-com to cuddle up in front of this Valentines Day, The Sun has got you covered.

We've tracked down secret codes that unlock hidden lists of romantic movies on Netflix, and have put together a guide on how to find them.

How to use hidden Netflix codes

Netflix has tens of thousands of hidden codes that give you access to specific movie categories.

Unless you get lucky and have one show up in your feed, these codes are the easiest way to access the hidden genres.

All you need to do is make a slight tweak the the Netflix URL on your computer to get them.

Simply enter the correct number at the end of this, replacing "INSERTNUMBER": http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/INSERTNUMBER

If you're using a TV or mobile app to watch Netflix, you don't have to miss out either.

Simply type the exact genre name into your search bar to unlock it.

Netflix Valentine's Day codes revealed

There are loads of romantic genres to try out – and The Sun has compiled the very best:

  • Valentine’s Day Films – 50117
  • Romantic Favourites – 502675
  • Valentine’s Day Favourites – 1952249
  • Romantic – 100052
  • Romantic Films – 8883
  • Romantic Comedies – 5475
  • Steamy Romantic Films – 35800
  • Feel-good Romantic Comedies – 35797
  • Romantic Teen Films – 1764
  • Romantic Dramas – 1255
  • Feel-good Romantic Films – 35714
  • Romantic Teen Comedies – 3186
  • Comedies for Hopeless Romantics – 81506
  • Romance – 8883
  • Steamy Romance – 35800
  • Teen Romance – 53915
  • Romance Classics – 31273
  • Teen Romance based on Books – 80183
  • Opposites-attract Romances – 43045
  • First-Love Teen Romance – 54231
  • Coming-of-age Teen Romance – 53046
  • Opposites-Attract Teen Romance – 832159
  • Romantic First-love Films – 19834
  • Witty Romanic Comedies – 36459
  • Romantic Late Night Comedies – 17215
  • Classic Romantic Comedies – 29324
  • Romantic Coming-of-age Films based on Books – 55686
  • Critically-acclimated Romantic Coming-of-age Movies – 9444
  • Romantic Independent Comedies – 5257
  • Romantic Gay Films – 413843
  • Films about Marriage – 18883
  • Dramas about Marriage – 19871

Use Netflix on a computer or laptop? Try these useful shortcuts

Here are some handy keyboard shortcuts…

  • Spacebar – toggle play / pause
  • Enter – toggle play / pause
  • F – full screen
  • Esc – exit full screen
  • Left Arrow – rewind 10 seconds
  • Right Arrow – fast-forward 10 seconds
  • Up arrow – volume up
  • Down arrow – volume down
  • M – mute toggle
  • Shift-Alt-Left Click – adjust the streaming bitrate (to improve or reduce the quality of the video)

In other news, use this Netflix trick to make sure you see fewer rubbish films.

You should also read our guide to the secret Netflix controls you never knew existed.

If you waste hours trying to find something to watch, you'll definitely want to try Netflix Roulette.

Have you tried one of Netflix's secret codes? Let us know in the comments!

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