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  • On Jan 22, 2009
    Laura Asked

    pictures pass. How does it work and can I pre pay. i thought I seen that somewhere. Can't find it now

    Hi Laura,

    Disney's PhotoPass is a great service.  Here is an overview of how it works:

    • Obtain a PhotoPass card from any photographer in the four theme parks or the two waterparks.  (Keep it in a safe place and bring it with you as you travel "the World".)
    • Hand the card to Disney photographers wherever you are interested in getting pictures. 
    • When you are ready to see your pictures, log onto disneyphotopass.com (you can do this at home when you return from your trip)
    • You can also upload your own pictures to the site and can turn them into a variety of keepsake items. (Mugs, mousepads, greeting cards, photo books and calendars are among the current choices.) You can also get prints with Disney borders for $0.19 each.
    • Plus, you can order individual digital downloads and a Disney Photo CD with all your photos.

    You pay for prints, keepsakes and/or CDs at the time that you order the items.  There is no charge for obtaining a Photopass card from a photographer, and there is no obligation to purchase anything if you get the card and have photos taken throughout your visit.  Feel free to visit www.DisneyPhotoPass.com/aboutdpp.aspx for more information or to download maps that show where photographers are throughout the parks.

    Have a great trip!

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I am Tanya from FL, full-time mom to two fun-loving boys. I have an array of planning tips and believe I offer a unique perspective on how to make Disney an amazing adventure for individuals with a variety of needs and abilities. Learn More About Tanya

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