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  • On Jun 15, 2012
    Pamela from SC Asked

    Please explain the photo pass/cd/pp+. What is the difference in them? What is the cost? Where are the photographers? 1st time visitor, staying @ AOA, LM, w/ DH & DD 4 so excited but we"re on a budget. Will they take a picture w/ my camera? Thank

    Hi Pamela! Greetings from one South Carolina girl to another.

    Photopass is available for no charge throughout Walt Disney World. When one of the rockin' PP photographers snaps your picture for the first time you will be given a plastic card with an id #. Each successive time your photo is taken hand the card to the photographer and he will scan it. All the photos taken in the park are on one card! You can access your photos on Disney's Photopass website. Here you can view your pictures, purchase prints or create memory books.

    A Photopass CD provides all of the pictures made at WDW on one disk for $169.95. If you pre-order this CD you can typically save up to $50.00. If you think you will be purchasing many of the photos this is a good deal. If you only plan to buy two or three you are probably better off just getting individual prints. Click on the Photopass link above to order.

    Photopass+ includes the CD and photos taken at seven major attractions and many character meals. This product just became available to pre-order online for a $30 savings off the $199.95. Click on
    WDW PhotoPass Plus offer to order. 

    Photopass photographers will take a picture with your camera. For a list and a map of where the photographers are check out the Disney's PhotoPass page on the allears website.

    Hope this information helps. Please contact me if you have additional questions.

    Enjoy your magical first visit to Walt Disney World!

    Elisabeth




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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

I am a mother of four and a preschool teacher who will be happy to help guide you around Epcot's World Showcase or around the world with Adventures by Disney.  Learn More About Elisabeth

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