Disney Movies Anywhere Now Works with VUDU

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The best place to discover, watch and collect movies and TV shows just became a little more magical.

Disney Movies Anywhere now works with VUDU.

We’re particularly excited about this team up because it gives movie lovers unprecedented anytime, anywhere access to their favorite Disney, Pixar and Marvel movies.

  • Unlock the digital copy from eligible Disney DVDs and Blu-rays you buy at Walmart
  • Watch these movies anytime, anywhere with VUDU, including Roku, Xbox, PlayStation, Smart TVs, Chromecast, Android or iOS mobile devices and more.
  • Discover exclusive videos, bonus features, and special offers on Disney Movies Anywhere.

To get started, just connect your Disney Movies Anywhere and VUDU accounts. It’s free, easy and takes less than a minute.

Plus, for a limited time, when you connect accounts, you get a FREE* copy of Wreck-It Ralph.

Learn more about VUDU and Disney Movies Anywhere here.

 
*Offer ends 1/30/2015. Registration with Disney Movies Anywhere and connection for the first time with any participating provider account required. Offer subject to expiration. Movie subject to change. Void where prohibited. Visit DisneyMoviesAnywhere.com for eligibility requirements, details and terms and conditions.

55 Comments

  • RLF

    December 25, 2015 at 2:15 pm

    Disney has been a main force behind effort to encourage users to honor intellectual property behind movies. But Disney’s unwillingness to honor the fact that many users have already paid for a personal intellectual property right to view a movie via purchase of a DVD or Bluray disc by providing a reasonable way to now include those discs in their personal online library causes me to dismiss their self-righteous efforts. I will honor a studio’s efforts to maintain the integrity of their intellectual property if they honor their customer’s rights to not have to pay again (and again) for the same intellectual property they have already purchased, and am willing to pay a reasonable fee (like the Vudu Disc to Digital program) for that right.. Disney makes is clear that they really don’t want users to honor their customer’s intellectual property rights, but instead simply want users to repeatedly pay full price for the same content over and over again. So Disney’s pleas for intellectual property integrity should fall on deaf ears.

  • Jchang

    December 28, 2015 at 9:29 am

    Sorry Matt, Share My Movies only works with UltraViolet compatible movies and Disney is not part of the UltraViolet consortium.

  • Jchang

    December 28, 2015 at 9:30 am

    Sorry Russ, Share My Movies only works with UltraViolet compatible movies and Disney is not part of the UltraViolet consortium.

  • Matthew

    August 24, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    Can I link two Disney movie accounts to one Vudu, because my wife and I have seperate Disney accounts from before we were married but got a Vudu for the family after we were married so can we link our two Disney libraries to one Vudu?

  • E Yang

    October 11, 2016 at 8:59 am

    Unfortunately, Disney only allows you to connect one Disney Movies Anywhere account per provider.

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