Disney Bedtime Hotline returns with iconic voices: Here’s how to call

Brittany A. Roston - Sep 17, 2019, 3:24 pm CDT
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Disney Bedtime Hotline returns with iconic voices: Here’s how to call

Disney has brought back its Bedtime Hotline for a limited time, adding new iconic voices to the service: Yoda and Spider-man. The company first introduced the hotline last year with the arrival of its Sleep Shop line of bedtime clothing, offering the hotline as a nice little hook to help parents get their kids into bed (and maybe into a pair of Disney pajamas).

The Disney Bedtime Hotline can be called toll-free by anyone located in the United States using the number 1-877-7-MICKEY. Calling the number results in a fun goodnight message from one of the major Disney characters, including Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy. The hotline was only available for a limited amount of time, however.

The hotline is back again, this time with more modern Disney characters, including new additions from what was originally outside of the Disney universe. Kids who call will get a good night message from either Jasmine, Woody, Elsa, Anna, Mickey Mouse, Spider-man, or Yoda.

The Disney Bedtime Hotline returned on September 16 and it will only be available until September 30. Assuming they opt-in to receive it, callers will also get a one-time text message from the hotline. As expected, the hotline’s return marks an update to Disney’s Sleep Shop, which has received new pajamas, slippers, sleep throws, and a new subscription program.

Disney is now offering a Bedtime Adventure Box that features an assortment of nighttime gear for kids, including an adventure book, pajamas, a rewards chart and stars, and other things Disney says will help parents established a bedtime routine with their kids.


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