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Old 03-11-2013, 12:39 PM   #1
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Disney PhotoPass™ Service??

Sorry if this is not the correct forum for this question but sincie I plan to use the pictures in a photo book I thought I would post it here.

I will be going to WDW in April and was looking into using the Disney PhotoPass™ Service. I went on line and saw that there were two different services. What are the differeces beside the price? I have not been to WDW is a few years, are they now including some of the attactions, e.g. Splash Mountain, Buzz Lightyear etc in the PhotoPass?

Thanks for any info in helping me decided which to get.

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Old 03-11-2013, 01:31 PM   #2
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Photopass just does the pictures that the photographers around the parks take.

Photopass+ includes photopass but also all the pictures from attractions (buzz, space mountain, everest, dinosaur) and dining (1900 Park Faire, Chef Mickey, Tusker House).

I personally found that the photopass+ was worth the money because my 5 year old did space mountain 5 times and the pictures tell the story.
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Old 03-12-2013, 06:26 AM   #3
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I agree, if you're going to do lots of the rides that are listed under photopass+ it is totally worth the extra $$ and you save in the end. Buying a single ride print gets really expensive!
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:29 PM   #4
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We were just there a couple of weeks ago and got the Photopass+ (Do pre-order and save yourself some $$ - $30 or $40, I believe). My mother-in-law went with us and we split the cost, which helped make the decision easier. Still, we rode Everest and Space Mountain 5 times each, plus Buzz Lightyear at least 3-4. We rode most of the photo rides more than once (Splash Mt. wasn't opened at the time, but it should be now/by the time you go). With our group of 6 (and the last day my Brother-in-Law and his family joined us making it 9), we would have had to buy multiple prints if we wanted to get a shot of everyone. So, if you're going to be riding the big rides, I'd say it's worth it. Also, be sure to ask the photographers (those without tri-pods) if they have any "magic shots." Most do, and it's a great way to get lots of fun photos on your photopass card.
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