Disney Announces MyDisney For Seamless Global Disney Login

Disney has announced MyDisney, a new way to login to any Disney account in a much simpler fashion. MyDisney unifies all of the various points and accounts a person would log into from across The Walt Disney Company and puts them all together. This means that a user can log into all of their different Disney accounts with one email and password. This includes Disney+, Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Disney Store, and more!

“MyDisney is our latest innovation designed to make life easier for our consumers, allowing them to manage all their Disney-related services with one unified account,” Ajay Arora, SVP, Commerce, Growth & Identity for Disney Entertainment & ESPN, said.

This will simplify the user experience across the many different websites that are a part of The Walt Disney Company. “This move not only reflects our commitment to technological innovation but also our dedication to creating hassle-free, memorable experiences for our consumers,” Arora added.

The next time a user attempts to login to any MyDisney-compatible service, they will be asked to enter a new password. Moving forward, this will be the only password needed to be remembered to log into a Disney website. This will be true for streaming services, theme parks, shopping, entertainment, and more. The full list can be found at

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“The launch of MyDisney is more than just a new feature — it’s a new era for The Walt Disney Company where convenience meets magic,” Arora said. “By allowing our guests to use one login for everything from Disney+ to Disneyland, we’re not just simplifying the technical side of things; we’re enriching the Disney magic that families know and love.”

Below is what the MyDisney login experience will look like on all platforms. This will ensure that people know that they are logging into the correct system. This also will be where the same single email and password will always be used. When visiting the Help Center or contacting customer service representatives, there will also be a reference to MyDisney.

For those who have more than one email for logging into Disney-owned services, this is what you’ll need to do:

First, make sure you cancel any subscriptions associated with an email address that you don’t want to use.

After that, sign up for those same subscriptions with the email you want to keep across all your Disney services and Disney will recognize that email and ask you to log in with your MyDisney password.

Are there any other benefits aside from the ease of all my Disney accounts being streamlined into one login?

Through the site, you’ll be able to manage certain account preferences and settings across The Walt Disney Company easily in one place.

This includes functions like changing your password, logging out of all devices, and subscribing or unsubscribing from marketing emails you receive from us.

What do you think of MyDisney? Have you utilized it yet? Do you think it will make things simpler? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!