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I believe laravel leaves the domain resolution to the setcookie() function if you don't specify it explicitly. Which should mean a cookie set on a non-subdomain'd domain, should work on subdomains (according to the docs) but it appears not to be working.

In your app/config/session.php you should see a "domain" key. Try setting this to: ".dongkoy.com" (dont forget the dot at the start).

See if that works for you

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Thanks leesherwood but still doesn't work for me :(

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Ideally you should set a rule in your .htaccess to redirect users to one or the other. For best practices, you should only use the one. This should then solve the cookie issue, as a user will not be able to access both.

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Brilliant idea thank you very much pickupman

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