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  • Question about photopass, sharing, and Disney Meet & Greet....

    Hey there...we have a group that is sharing photopass to save a few $$.
    So...I know photopass photographers will take pics at the Disney Meet & Greet, and that you get a certificate of some sort for a free picture.

    Does anyone know how this works in relation to sharing photopass?
    We would have to view our photopass pics in the park to get our free picture, right? To do that, do you have to set up an account - how does that work? Or do they just let you look at them there and not effect the account you put it on later?

    Thanks so much for your help!
    ~Annie~

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    Re: Question about photopass, sharing, and Disney Meet & Greet....

    My brother and I didn't look at the pictures while there, my brother took the pass home and looked at them there. The system wouldn't let me look at them even when he gave me the access code. So they seem to be tied to your email address. He had no problem seeing or ordering them, however.

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      Re: Question about photopass, sharing, and Disney Meet & Greet....

      You can look at the pictures at the park without setting up your account, you just hand them your card. I read the fine print on the meet and greet a few months ago, but I think that you can only get one free voucher per group. I purchased some pictures online about a month ago and they were 25% off. I don't know if that offer is still valid, but annual passholders can get 25% off online right now.

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        Re: Question about photopass, sharing, and Disney Meet & Greet....

        Originally posted by disneybanks View Post
        You can look at the pictures at the park without setting up your account, you just hand them your card. I read the fine print on the meet and greet a few months ago, but I think that you can only get one free voucher per group. I purchased some pictures online about a month ago and they were 25% off. I don't know if that offer is still valid, but annual passholders can get 25% off online right now.
        great! that's what i needed to know! thank you!
        ~Annie~

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