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If you were unable to log in to your Disney Movie Rewards account in the last 210 days, your points may have expired. Please contact us and we'll be happy to help you.
For any issues you may be experiencing due to multiple Disney Movie Rewards accounts, please call us at 866-246-8646 and a cast member will gladly assist you.

Your Digital Copy activation code can be found in qualifying DVD and Blu-ray cases. The Digital Copy code is the same code as the Disney Movie Rewards Magic Code.

If you already used your code at Disney Movie Rewards and no longer have the code sheet, the code is recorded in your account and can be accessed at any time.

Please sign in to Disney Movie Rewards and click on the "My DMR" tab. In the "Points Earned" section, it should list all of your redeemed codes. Please use those codes to download the Digital Copy.

If the code you entered is coming up "Invalid", please check to make sure you are entering the correct characters.  As some letters and numbers look similar, please be sure the code is being entered correctly. For example: B vs. 8, I vs. 1, W vs. VV, S vs. 5, 0 vs. O.

If you need a replacement activation code for your Disney Digital Copy, you may request a one-time replacement code. Please submit your request via our Contact Us page. When contacting us, be sure to include the following information:

- The 6-digit stock number that is listed on the base of the spine of your DVD or Blu-ray package. This number will start in either a 0 or a 1.

- The disc artwork number from your DVD or Blu-ray. Look at the printed label side of your disc, the disc artwork number is found at the very end and is 5-7 digits in length.

- The UPC number located under the barcode on your DVD or Blu-ray package.

- If your code was invalid, provide your invalid code.

  • What is Disney Movie Rewards?

    Disney Movie Rewards is a membership-based loyalty program, available at no charge, that gives members the opportunity to collect points for eligible Blu-ray, DVD, movie ticket, music, and digital movie transactions, which can then be redeemed for great rewards and special offers.
  • What is a Disney Movie Rewards Magic/Action Code?

    Magic or Action Codes are found on the insert inside select Disney, Pixar, and Marvel Blu-rays and DVDs. You can enter your Magic/Action Codes within Disney Movies Anywhere by visiting the Rewards section. You can also enter them through DisneyMovieRewards.com. When you enter your Magic/Action Code, you can earn points toward exciting rewards. For select Blu-ray or DVD Combo Pack purchases, the Magic/Action Code found inside also serves as a Digital Copy code, which will allow you to unlock a digital version of the movie on Disney Movies Anywhere and earn Disney Movie Rewards points simultaneously. Magic/Action Codes are unique and can only be used to earn Disney Movie Rewards points once.
  • Do I need to sign up for Disney Movie Rewards to use Disney Movies Anywhere?

    If you are not currently a Disney Movie Rewards member, when you sign up for Disney Movies Anywhere, you will automatically be signed up for Disney Movie Rewards. If you are already a member of Disney Movie Rewards and you meet the eligibility requirements for Disney Movies Anywhere, you can sign in to Disney Movies Anywhere with your Disney Movie Rewards username and password, once you accept the Disney Movies Anywhere Terms of Use.

    Disney Movie Rewards points and Magic/Action Codes you've previously redeemed through Disney Movie Rewards will be automatically synced with your Disney Movies Anywhere account.
    If you've connected your Disney Movies Anywhere account with one or more participating provider, your Disney Digital Copies will also sync to the libraries of your connected accounts

  • Do I need to re-enter Magic/Action Codes I entered on DisneyMovieRewards.com?

    No, when you join Disney Movies Anywhere using your Disney Movie Rewards username and password, the Magic/Action Codes you've previously entered on DisneyMovieRewards.com will be automatically reflected in Disney Movies Anywhere.
  • Do I get Disney Movie Rewards points for my Disney Movies Anywhere-eligible movies?

    Yes, you can earn Disney Movie Rewards points for eligible digital movies you purchase through participating providers. To view the points you can earn, select a movie within Disney Movies Anywhere and look for the points indicator. Points earned will vary by title and format. Visit DisneyMovieRewards.com for more details.

    iTunes purchases made through a connected account after 2/25/2014 are eligible for points.

    Google Play purchases made through a connected account after 11/4/2014 are eligible for points.

    VUDU purchases made through a connected account after 11/18/2014 are eligible for points.

    Each transaction is subject to the applicable license terms and conditions as detailed by each participating provider and subject to the Disney Movies Anywhere Terms of Use.

  • What do I do if my Magic/Action Code comes back invalid?

    First, ensure that you entered your Magic/Action Code correctly and that the Magic/Action Code has not been already used. If you still have trouble, please contact us.

    When contacting us, be sure to include:

    - Your Magic or Action Code

    - The 6-digit stock number that is listed on the base of the spine of your DVD or Blu-ray package. This number will start in either a 0 or a 1

    - The disc artwork number from your DVD or Blu-ray. Look at the printed label side of your disc, the disc artwork number is found at the very end and is 5-7 digits in length

    - The UPC number located under the barcode on your DVD or Blu-ray package.

  • What do I do if I don't have a Magic/Action Code?

    Please contact us and be sure to include the following information:

    - The 6-digit stock number that is listed on the base of the spine of your DVD or Blu-ray
    package. This number will start in either a 0 or a 1.

    - The disc artwork number from your DVD or Blu-ray. Look at the printed label side of your disc, the disc artwork number is found at the very end and is 5-7 digits in length

    - The UPC number located under the barcode on your DVD or Blu-ray package.

  • Can I redeem Disney Movie Rewards points to get movies through Disney Movies Anywhere?

    You cannot redeem your Disney Movie Rewards points for movies directly on Disney Movies Anywhere at this time, but you can redeem them for a wide variety of great rewards. Visit Disney Movie Rewards to discover exciting ways to redeem your points.
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High Definition Digital Copies cannot be downloaded to iTunes on a computer running the Windows Vista or XP operating systems.  In order to download your Digital Copy to your iTunes account, you will need to redeem the code directly on your portable device (iPad, iTouch, iPhone).  

Please follow these steps to add your Digital Copy to your iTunes account: 

1. Visit www.DigitalCopyPlus.com on your portable device

2. Enter the Digital Copy activation code found on the insert inside your Digital Copy product

3. Select the "iTunes" button from the list of participating providers

4. Click "Continue" to open iTunes and log in

5. Click "Redeem" and your download will begin automatically to your portable device

Your Digital Copy will now be available in your iTunes account via the iCloud.

To download the Digital Copy to your computer, follow the steps given below:

1. Open iTunes on your computer

2. Go to the iTunes Store

3. Select "Purchased" under "Quick Links"

4. Select "Movies"

5. Uncheck the box "Download HD When Available" (this box is located in the lower right-hand corner)

6. Locate your Digital Copy and select the "Cloud" icon to begin your download

If you have any other questions please send an email via our Contact Us page.

When contacting us, be sure to include the following information:

- The 6-digit stock number that is listed on the base of the spine of your DVD or Blu-ray package. This number will start in either a 0 or a 1.

- The disc artwork number from your DVD or Blu-ray. Look at the printed label side of your disc, the disc artwork number is found at the very end and is 5-7 digits in length.

- The UPC number located under the barcode on your DVD or Blu-ray package.

If you're having trouble playing one of our DVDs, the issue may be resolved with the following troubleshooting tips. If these tips do not resolve your issue, please contact us and we will be happy to provide further assistance.

You may be able to correct this issue with a simple disc cleaning.

To Clean Your Disc:

- With a soft, lint-free cloth, wipe gently in a radial direction (a straight line between the hub and the rim). Never clean your disc in a circular direction.

- Do not use strong cleaners, abrasives, solvents, or acids.

- Do not use canned or compressed air, which can be very cold and may thermally stress the disc.

- For stubborn dirt or gummy adhesive, use water, water with mild soap, or isopropyl alcohol. As a last resort, try peanut oil. Let the peanut oil sit on the disc for about one minute before wiping it off.

- There are also commercial products available that clean discs and provide some protection from dust, fingerprints, and scratches. Cleaning products labeled for use on CDs will work as well as those that are labeled for DVD use.

Some playback issues may be resolved by resetting your player.

To Reset Your Player:

- Remove all discs from the player and turn it off.

- Once the player is turned off, unplug it from the power source. No other cables need to be removed from the player or from other components of your home entertainment system.

- Please wait five to ten minutes to ensure that your player has reset, and then plug it back into the power source.

- After the player is plugged in, turn it on as you normally would, put the disc back into the player and see if it will load.

If your disc is scratched or damaged, you can get a replacement for a nominal charge of $6.95 per DVD. For more information on our Disc Replacement Program click here.

If you experience difficulty playing your Blu-ray discs, please ensure that your player has the most recent manufacturer update.

Manufacturers may update their Blu-ray player firmware in order to add new functionality and correct known playback issues. For information about a specific player, please click on your Blu-ray player manufacturer's link in the list below and follow the manufacturer's instructions to update your Blu-ray player.

Dell Drivers & Downloads | 1-800-624-9896
HP Support & Drivers | 1-800-474-6836
Insignia | 877-467-4289
Integra | 800-225-1946
JVC | 800-252-5722
LG Electronics Support |1-800-243-0000
Magnavox | 800-705-2000
Marantz | 201-762-6666
Memorex | 877-363-6673
NAD | 905-831-6555
Onkyo | 201-785-2600
Oppo | 650-961-1118
Panasonic BD Product Support | 1-800-211-7262
Philips Consumer Support | 1-888-744-5477
Pioneer Blu-ray & DVD Support | 1-800-421-1404
Samsung Download Center | 1-800-726-7864
Sharp Firmware Update | 1-800-237-4277
Sherwood | 800-962-3203
Sony Electronics Support & Registration | 1-866-909-7669
Sony PS3 System Software Update | 1-800-345-7669
VIZIO | 888-849-4623
Yamaha | 1-714-522-9105

If the issue persists after updating your player, or no update is available, the issue might be resolved with the following troubleshooting tips. If these tips do not resolve your issue, please contact us and we will be happy to provide further assistance.

You may be able to correct the issue with a simple disc cleaning.

To Clean Your Disc:

- With a soft, lint-free cloth, wipe gently in a radial direction (a straight line between the hub and the rim). Never wipe the disc in a circular direction.

- For stubborn dirt or gummy adhesive, use water, water with mild soap, or isopropyl alcohol. As a last resort, use peanut oil. Let the cleaner sit on the disc for about a minute before wiping it off.

- There are commercial products that clean discs and provide some protection from dust, fingerprints, and scratches. Cleaning products labeled for use on CDs will work just as well as those that are labeled for DVD cleaning.

- Do not use strong cleaners, abrasives, solvents, or acids.

- Do not use canned or compressed air, which can be very cold and may thermally stress the disc.

Some playback issues may be resolved by resetting your player.

To Reset Your Player:

- Remove all discs from the player and turn it off.

- Once the player is turned off, unplug it from the power source. No other cables need to be removed from the player or from other components of your home entertainment system.

- Wait five to ten minutes to ensure that your player has reset, and then plug it back into the power source.

- After the player is plugged in, turn it on as you normally would, put the disc back into the player and see if the issue has been resolved.

If your disc has been accidently scratched or damaged, you can get a replacement for a nominal charge of $8.95 per Blu-ray. For more information on our Disc Replacement Program click here.

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Movies registered with your Disney Movie Rewards account will only sync to your Disney Movies Anywhere collection if a Digital Copy was part of the Blu-ray or DVD purchase. To see the eligible list of Disney Movies Anywhere titles in your Disney Movie Rewards library Click Here for a step-by-step walk through or follow the steps below.
 
1: Log-in to Disney Movie Rewards

2: Select "My DMR"
 
3: Select "My Collection". By selecting "My Collection" you will see only the titles you have purchased that include a Digital Copy (signified by the "Play Now" button). These are the titles eligible in Disney Movies Anywhere. Non-digital copy titles will not appear in your Disney Movies Anywhere Account
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