Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Sep 30, 2013
    Kellie from IN Asked

    will be @Disney world in 1 month! Received booklet in mail this week w vouchers. I did purchase photo pass +. Their is a voucher for the photo pass+, tells where to take it when we arrive. Should I still wait for cd?

    Hello Kellie, welcome to the Disney Parks Mom's Panel.

    Disney's PhotoPass + is one of the many products offered by Disney's PhotoPass Service and is a great way to capture most of your experiences while at Walt Disney World.

    The PhotoPass + offer used to include a cd with stock photos of the parks and Disney character, but it is no longer mentioned at any site.

    It is very important to have the voucher - you already received - when you go to pick up your PhotoPass + Card and Lanyard at a PhotoPass Sales Center - located at any of the parks, at some Deluxe Resorts and at Downtown Disney.
    There is a second voucher that includes the code to order all the digital photos taken while on your Disney vacation.  You will only need this code once you get home.

    Remember to keep a digital photo of the code at the back of all the PhotoPass cards you get to use.
    These codes are the only way to save your photos in case you lose any of the cards.

    Glad to help you plan a magical Disney vacation.
    Hope to hear again from you.

    Miguel


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Meet the Panelist: Miguel, Puerto Rico

I am honored with the opportunity to design Disney experiences to share with my wife and kids.  I enjoy experiencing what Walt Disney World offers that is not available anywhere else, and look forward to helping you discover it with your family. Learn More About Miguel

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