Disney Relaunches Bedtime Hotline For Little Ones In Time For The Pandemic
Disney first announced the return of the Disney Bedtime Hotline back in September 2019. In case you don’t know, the Disney Bedtime Hotline allows Disney fans to receive special messages from Mickey Mouse and his friends. Parents can call the hotline so their little ones can receive messages every night before they fall asleep.
Disney Initially Ended The Disney Bedtime Hotline On September 30, 2019
Disney ended the Disney Bedtime Hotline on September 30, 2019. But now, Disney fans can enjoy it once again. According to the Disney Parks Blog, starting Friday, April 17, young Disney fans can listen to messages from some of their favorite Disney characters before going to bed. Interested parents can call this free service at 1-877-7-MICKEY to select one of five special messages for their kid.
Your children can get a message from Daisy Duck, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and more. The Disney Bedtime Hotline will make your kids feel more at ease during this time of uncertainty.
The toll-free hotline will run for a limited time only, so be sure to make your call before the end of the month, Thursday, April 30 at midnight PT. Available in the United States only. Limit 1 message per call. If calling using a mobile phone, standard mobile charges may apply. For other entertaining ideas at home, including free downloadable sleep content activities to Create Magic Moments with Disney, check out
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Things Available Are The Disney Bedtime Hotline Along With Sleep Products And Information On The Subscription Disney Bedtime Adventure Box
www.shopdisney.com/BedtimeHotline. Fans can find out more information on the Disney Bedtime Hotline along with sleep products and information on the subscription Disney Bedtime Adventure Box.
The hotline will run through midnight PT on April 30. It’s available in the U.S. only. Limit one message per call. If you use a mobile phone, standard mobile rates may apply.
In addition, Disney launched its Disney Bedtime Adventure Box, which is a subscription service that delivers special package to your door. These packages include activity cards, bedtime stories, Disney themed pajamas, and other bedtime goodies. If your kids are having trouble going to sleep, then you should try the hotline and subscription service.