Shop Disney Parks App to Retire, Replaced by shopDisney App

The Shop Disney Parks app will be retired on May 31, 2019. After that date the shopDisney app and website will be a one-stop destination for all things Disney, including Disney Parks merchandise.

shopDisney Website and App to Replace Shop Disney Parks app ©Disney

The website and app will include items from Disneyland, Disney World, and Disney Cruise Line in addition to other Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, and more merchandise.

shopDisney website to Offer Park and Cruise Essentials and Souvenirs ©Disney

The new one-stop location will also offer options for personalized merchandise, gear, and t-shirts. Learn about some of the personalization options here.

shopDisney Website and App Offers Personalization Services ©Disney

For Disney World guests and shoppers, My Disney Experience will continue to offer special shopping features such as the product availability map or the ability to ship select merchandise to you home when ordered through the My Disney Experience. Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members will continue to receive eligible discounts when shopping from My Disney Experience.

Shopping Through the My Disney Experience App ©Disney

When you are looking for merchandise from a Disney Park or on, Disney recommends one of two options:

  • Push the “Shop” button at the bottom of the shopDisney app and look for the “Disney Parks” category, or
  • Look for the “Parks” tab on the main page of

Have you shopped from either the Shop Disney Parks app or Let us know in the comments!

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Sarah has built a career in communications and marketing that started when she was the editor of her high school newspaper. She has written for since 2018, and enjoys sharing Disney news and updates with the AllEars community. She's been a Disney fan ever since her first visit to Walt Disney World when she was 5, and has been known to arrange trips around visiting a Disney park!

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2 Replies to “Shop Disney Parks App to Retire, Replaced by shopDisney App”

  1. It was doomed, because it didn’t live up to its promise…and at least “shopDisney” is not trying to make the same promise.

    The idea was that one could use the app to buy merchandise that was otherwise exclusive to the parks, merch that wouldn’t appear in either Disney Stores nor licensed to major retailers like, say, Target.

    But then they held it all back. More and more you would see “can only be purchased in the parks” until, basically that was true for everything you saw if it wasn’t an item also available in the Disney Store’s app.

    The promise was broken. The idea that for those of us who have logistical reasons why we can’t go to a Disney park every season but might still get some of the merch that interested us has been taken away. We don’t count. Gotta go to the parks, and that’s that.

    So at least the app that hinted that things would be different is gone, and no promises made. What they sell you online, they sell you, but what is behind the gateway of what the parks sell to the park guests remains hidden from the outside world forever.

    1. That’s a brilliant and successful marketing strategy. The Masters golf tournament does the same thing. You can only get Masters merchandise on-site during the tournament. And they sell almost $800,000 of stuff an hour during the week.

      And saying “what is behind the gateway of what the parks sell to the park guests remains hidden from the outside world forever“ is a little over dramatic. Have you ever heard of eBay or garage sales? The stuff is everywhere.