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  • [Question] Using PhotoPass with AP

    Just got back from a 5 day visit to DLR and was excited to use my new AP card as my photopass card (very convenient.) My question is, I plan to go back to DLR in October and use the AP card as my photopass card again. Can I wait to buy the August pictures and combine them with the October ones to save money? For that matter, can I save them up throughout the entire year and just buy them once at the end of my AP pass?

    Appreciate your reply,

    Scott

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    Re: Using PhotoPass with AP

    All the photos expire and disappear after 30 Days.
    I Get In. I Get Out. I Never Get Noticed!
    - From "Prep And Landing"

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      Re: Using PhotoPass with AP

      Are you sure? The reason I ask is that one of the Photopass people let me know in an aside that AP holders can store their photo's for up to a year instead of the 30 days.

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        Re: Using PhotoPass with AP

        Yes, I am sure. I haven't heard this. I went back to my PhotoPass account and my photos have disappeared, so, yes.
        I Get In. I Get Out. I Never Get Noticed!
        - From "Prep And Landing"

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          Re: Using PhotoPass with AP

          Originally posted by The Disney Ninja View Post
          Yes, I am sure. I haven't heard this. I went back to my PhotoPass account and my photos have disappeared, so, yes
          Actually, there are occasional glitches in the system. I have several occasions where I have taken new photopass pictures and when I went in to check them, not only were the new ones there, but past ones have come back.
          Last edited by calsig31; 09-03-2013, 03:20 PM.
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            Re: Using PhotoPass with AP

            Originally posted by The Disney Ninja View Post
            All the photos expire and disappear after 30 Days.
            Not if you use the same card over and over. I have a Photopass card from WDW that has photos from 3-6 months ago still on it. I just prefer to use the same Photopass card as the number is already in the system and I just need to log in to see my pics.

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