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Hi, I am going to DW beg of January! Looking to buy the photo pass + but have no idea how it works or what to do. Can I purchase it there or do I have to pre purchase it before I go?
- Asked by Brandi from AB on 11/25/2013
Congratulations on taking your first Walt Disney World vacation,many magical memories are in store for you!Disney's PhotoPass is a free service to all Walt Disney World guests, PhotoPass photographers are located throughout the parks at Walt Disney World.Before taking your photo, just hand the PhotoPass photographer your PhotoPass+ or regular PhotoPass card so that the images can be saved to your card.There is no limit to the amount of regular PhotoPass cards you can have on one account.Once you arrive home you will register your cards on your Disney PhotoPass account, from there you will have 45 days to order prints, Photo Archive CD and lots of other fun products with images from your Walt Disney World vacation.
Disney's PhotoPass+ works like the regular Photopass,but captures digital images from attractions, select dining locations, and activities such as The Pirate's League.Several character and dinner shows locations will take photos before your party is seated for their meal, these photo packages are typically around $32,but with PhotoPass+ you will receive this photo package for free.Each party will only receive one PhotoPass+ card,but there is no limit to the amount of regular PhotoPass cards that you can have.
While you can absolutely purchase PhotoPass+ once you arrive at Walt Disney World, I highly recommend taking advantage of the savings by purchasing before you arrive.The regular price is $199.95,but by purchasing at least 14 days before you arrival date the price is only $149.00.This price includes the special PhotoPass+ card and lanyard, plus a code to purchase your Photo Archival CD once you arrive home.Check out Disney's Pre-arrival PhotoPass+ Offer
to take advantage of these awesome savings!
I hope this helps, Brandi and please let me know if you have anymore questions.