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Friday, September 27, 2019

Disney will put your kid to sleep with Mickey Mouse, Elsa, Yoda or Spider Man

Posted By on Fri, Sep 27, 2019 at 1:02 AM

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Can’t get your kid to sleep? Let the Disney stars give it a go.

With the timer ticking down toward launch of the Disney+ streaming service, which is expected to start in November, and the release of a new trailer for Frozen 2, there’s a lot for Disney devotees to be hyped up about. Young ones especially will get a kick out of the Disney Bedtime Hotline, which is back for a short run until Monday, Sept. 30.

Whether parents are looking to give their kids a special treat or if they’re simply running out of tricks in the bedtime battle, they can call the hotline for a special goodnight message from various iconic Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars favorites. Characters include Mickey Mouse, Woody, Princess Jasmine, Anna and Elsa, Yoda or Spider Man.
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Launched in support of the Disney Sleep Shop and the new bedtime subscription box, the cost-free service is available via a toll-free line in the United States: 1-877-7-MICKEY – though you'll have to sit through a short marketing message for the Disney store before you're given options for bedtime messages.

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