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  • On Apr 15, 2013
    Joy Asked

    We are visiting Disneyworld June 30-July 6, can someone please tell me how the disney photo pass works? We've been to disney many times but I never really used it, please give me so information on it. Thanks,

    Hello, Joy!  Welcome to the Moms Panel!

    Disney's PhotoPass Service is a great way to capture many MAGICAL memories.  Not only is it a wonderful service, but it is very easy, too!  

    I am quite sure you have seen many Disney Photographers at all of the four Disney Theme Parks.  Simply stop by and ask them for a Disney PhotoPass Card.  The card is free!  Whenever you see a Disney Photographer, simply stop by and allow them to take your photo.  They are everywhere!  They will then scan your photo into your card.  You can always find them with many of the Disney Characters, entrances to the parks and other great locations.  When you get home, you have 30 days to view your photos online.  The back of your card will have all the detailed instructions on how to go about doing this.  There are so many ways to add details to your photos such as the year of your visit, favorite characters, etc.  It really is fun to play with.  Of course, there are fees involved should you decide to place an order.  The Cast Members really do capture some MAGICAL memories, so take advantage of them.

    ~Have a MAGICAL day and "SEE YOU REAL SOON"!~
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Meet the Panelist: Diane, Texas

Hello! My name is Diane and I am a mother of three great boys (ages 21, 17 and 16) and a fantastic wife from the great state of Texas!   A Walt Disney World vacation will leave you with many beautiful memories to last a lifetime. Learn More About Diane

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