Disney Princess Magazine

Disney Princess Magazine

Whether they’re on the bus, lounging by a pool, or getting their hair done at the salon, most girls love reading magazines. In my teens I used to read YM, Seventeen, People, and the occasional Cosmo, and now that I’m in my 20s, I indulge in Entertainment Weekly and Time.

Disney Princess Magazine, screenshot from disney.go.com/princess

Although there are numerous magazines geared towards teenage girls (Teen Vogue, Cosmogirl, Teen People, Tiger Beat, J-14, etc.), the subject matter is usually too mature for girls as young as seven and eight who want magazines of their own. Fortunately, Disney has filled this marketing gap with its Disney Princess Magazine which features stories, activities, games, and recipes targeted for “little princesses of all ages”.

Description from the Disney Princess Website:

Disney Princess is a delightful must-have full of sparkly fun! Every girl can be a princess when they enjoy this magical magazine, jam-packed with fun activities and exciting stories. Inside, you’ll always find an enchanted workbook specially designed to encourage early learning skills, plus much more.

Now parents can follow this link and subscribe to Disney Princess Magazine at 25% off of the cover price. A 1 year (8 issues) subscription is now $29.92 ($3.74/issue) for residents of the U.S. and $39.92 ($4.99/issues) for residents of Canada.

What Disney Princess Magazine subscribers will receive:

  • 8 issues sent directly to your home. If you subscribe now (August), your first issue will ship in October.
  • Magical stories from the lives of Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana and Rupunzel
  • Beautiful pull-out posters, enchanting activities, puzzles, and games to keep the little ones busy, active and happy.
  • FREE BONUS STORIES that you can read online or print out right now.

Disney Princess Magazine, screenshot from disney.go.com/princess

Here’s an idea for subscribing parents who want to make sure their little princess has an extra-special day. Coordinate giving her the first issue of Disney Princess Magazine with a special occasion, such as a birthday celebration, and include an Enchanted Call from her favorite Disney character.

With Disney’s Enchanted Calls, for $2.49, you can choose from one of eleven characters (Ariel, Mulan, Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine, Aurora, Belle, Pocahontas, Pooh, Mickey, and Tigger) and one of six themed messages (Congratulations, Good Night, Birthday Greeting, Holiday Greeting, Encouragement, Good Morning) and pick the exact date/time/location that the Disney character should call. When the phone rings and your little princess answers, she will hear a very special, personalized message from the character of your choice.

Disney's Enchanted Calls, screenshot from uvoxnetworks.com

Enchanted Calls are available to residents of the United States (excluding residents of WA, KY, MS, NE, TN, and LA) and Canada (excluding Quebec). You must be 18 years of age or older to order a call.

And for an extra-extra-special day, consider giving your princess ten Disney princesses of her own with the gorgeous 10 Piece Classic Disney Dolls Gift Set which features all of Disney’s most beloved princesses: Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, and Rapunzel. Or give her any of the hundreds of other Disney Princess products, including apparel, books, video games, movies, accessories, toys, and collectibles, available for purchase online.

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8 Responses to “Disney Princess Magazine”

  1. Morgan says:

    not sure if you still need this but I found this phone number, Customer Service Number: (800) 444-3412

    Hope it helps!

  2. Disney-Blogger says:

    For customers looking to contact Disney about a problem with your magazine subscription or a change to your address, follow the links below. You will be asked to log-in to the Disney Magazines website using your account number or the name and address used for your subscription.

    Disney Magazines Customer Service

    Disney Faeries Magazine Log In

    Disney Princess Magazine Log In

    Hope this helps!

  3. Disney-Blogger says:

    Hi Jennice,

    Unfortunately, disney-blog.com is a fan-blog only and is not affiliated with the Walt Disney Company or the Disney Fairies/Princess Magazines. I only have access to the information that is publicly available online, and I haven’t been able to find an official customer service email address or phone number for the Disney Magazines. Sorry I can’t be of more help!

  4. Jennice Sih says:

    I have been trying to give my grand-daughter 8-issue of magazine and with a digital book as it stated in the postal in the magazine. They said that I have to subscribe on line. I was not successful and they even got my visa card information. And I am working on this for three hours withou able to call someone on this. I must have called three or four numbers that they told me to call but it is always not the right one. Please respond ti 610-967-0064 Sincerely, Jennice

  5. Disney-Blogger says:

    Hi Candace,

    There are several magazine companies that are currently offering Disney Princess Magazine subscriptions, so you may want to try one of the other companies if you are having registration problems.

    My other suggestion would be to visit the USPS website (https://www.usps.com/) to do a 9-digit zip code look up and check your “official” address listing, which may be slightly different from the way you usually write your address (“Rd” versus “Road” or “Apt” vs “Floor”, etc).

  6. Disney-Blogger says:

    Hi Tara,

    Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find an official customer service email address or phone number for the Disney Princess or Disney Fairies Magazines. When you subscribed, did they send you any emails or postal mail that might have contact information? Some magazines contain postcards that can be returned with a change of address notification or a subscription renewal. Sorry I couldn’t be more helpful!

  7. Tara Turk says:

    I currently have a subscription of Disney Princess. We are moving and I’m trying to find where to do a change of address. Can you please help? Tara Turk #480 354 5760

  8. Candace Kooiker says:

    Thought I’d pass this along: I’ve tried several times to order a gift subscription to Disney Princess magazine but every single time it says, “Your city, state and zip did not match with postal records”, which is totally incorrect. And there is nowhere on the site (that I can see) to even ask about something like this. I’m very, very disillusioned about Disney.

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