Disney launches 'MyDisney' single login for all your Disney services

Apr 16, 2024 in "MyMagic+"

Posted: Tuesday April 16, 2024 4:15pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Walt Disney Company has announced MyDisney, a new unified login system set to launch on Tuesday April 16, 2024.

The new system aims to simplify the user experience by eliminating the need to manage different passwords for various Disney-related accounts, such as Disney+, Hulu, ABC, ESPN, and Disney theme parks.

When you login using your personal account information, you will now see the same MyDisney login prompt everywhere you go asking for the same email and password, creating a more seamless login experience.

According to Ajay Arora, SVP of Commerce, Growth & Identity for Disney Entertainment & ESPN, this technological upgrade will streamline consumer access and enhance user experiences across Disney's digital platforms.

Users will be prompted to update their passwords at their next login to make them compatible with the MyDisney system. Get started at https://my.disney.com

Here is where MyDisney can be used:

Parks and Experiences:

  • Walt Disney World
  • Disneyland Resort
  • Tokyo Disney Resort
  • Disney Cruise Line
  • Play Disney Parks
  • Disney Vacation Club
  • Golden Oak
  • Club 33
  • Aulani
  • D23


  • Marvel
  •  Marvel Unlimited
  • Star Wars
  • Disney Movie Insiders


  • Disney on Ice
  • Run Disney
  • Disney Institute
  • Disney Weddings
  • ABC7 Chicago
  • ABC Philadelphia
  • ABC7 Bay Area
  • ABC7 Los Angeles
  • ABC13 Houston
  • ABC7 New York
  • ABC11 North Carolina
  • ABC30 Central California

Streaming & TV:

  • Hulu
  • ESPN+
  • ABC
  • ABC News
  • NatGeo TV
  • Freeform
  • FX Now
  • National Geographic

ESPN Services:

  • ESPN
  • ESPN Fantasy
  • ESPN - Footy Tips


  • Disney Store
  • Disney Rewards
  • Disney Gift Card
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HauntedPirateApr 18, 2024

How did you get footage from inside Disney's IT department?

HauntedPirateApr 18, 2024

"AI can do the same job at a fraction of the cost of a single employee!"

BrianApr 18, 2024

Good thing they didn't lay off the team that built this and replace them with cheap foreign labor or anything.

HauntedPirateApr 18, 2024

That happened to me a few months back. Apparently whatever bug is causing that loop, where you can ultimately get locked out, hasn't been fixed.

Disney AnalystApr 18, 2024

Anyone else have weird issues since this happened? Every time I try to use the Disneyland app to view dining reservations or what not, it tries to use my FaceID, and then eventually it has to email a code to log me in... my password is the same, it matches, it works. The app is killing me with this.

Bonnie LeeApr 17, 2024

Better still, get rid of MDE

lentestaApr 17, 2024

One of the things my now-wife and I bonded over early in our relationship was go.com jokes.

networkproApr 17, 2024

That was an Eisner shaped hole that Disney bought to shovel money into.

lentestaApr 17, 2024

go.com lives again!!!!!!!

MarvelCharacterNerdApr 17, 2024

A true "MyDisney" log in would just be - go to MyDisney and log in and you're logged in to all Disney sites and apps where you have an account or you can opt which ones to log in or out. Not signing in for every site separately using the same login page.

BrianApr 16, 2024

I couldn't get it to embed properly, but all credit to Scott Gustin on X for the joke. Basically, just replace a billion of these emails: with these emails:

GhostHost1000Apr 16, 2024

Don’t push it. Their IT dept can barely count to 2

HauntedPirateApr 16, 2024

I'm dealing with the cleanup from IT execs saying that exact thing for years at my job right now. "We're changing this" "Ok, let's do it" "What about cleanup?" "It's not broken, no need to fix anything or clean anything up". Years and years and years of things NOT being cleaned up, and now "clean up x, y, z, plus items 1-42" are on my To Do list.