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  • On Apr 29, 2024
    Gary from UT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My daughter and I are going to Disneyworld this week and our passes are on my apple I phone se, how do I transfer her pass to her iPhone se.

    Hello, Gary, and welcome to planDisney! You and your daughter will arrive at the Most Magical Place on Earth any moment, and I'm so excited for the adventures ahead. You won't get far without access to your theme park tickets, so let's look at options for your princess to have hers at her fingertips.

    Since I'm not sure what type of tickets you have or how your My Disney Experience accounts are set up, I suggest contacting the internet help desk by calling (407) 939-4357. Cast Members can view your account settings and walk you through the process of sharing your daughter's tickets. In the meantime, I do have a few ideas to try.

    If your daughter is over 14 and has her own account, be sure the two of you are sharing plans by checking your Family & Friends list in your mobile app. Scroll to your Account and select "Profile" to toggle and view your Family & Friends list. If she isn't listed under the "Planning Together" section, you can invite her to share plans by tapping the blue plus sign next to "Add a Guest" and following the prompts.

    Setting up Disney MagicMobile service on her iPhone is a breeze. She can do this by simply selecting 'Set Up MagicMobile Entry' in the Account section of her mobile app's Welcome screen and following the prompts. This will enable her to save her theme park tickets to her Apple Wallet. 

    If you manage her account, you should be able to share her pass by heading to your mobile app and scrolling to "Set Up MagicMobile Entry." If you see an option to "Select Passes to Share," you can choose her tickets, and she'll receive the tickets via text to add to her phone.

    MagicBands are another way to enter the theme parks. Simply link a band to your daughter's profile, and it will act as her theme park ticket, Disney Resort Hotel key, and more. She can also pick up a physical card ticket at any Guest Relations location.

    I know how much young folks love to have photos taken, so my tip is to look for the Disney PhotoPass photographers in bright green shirts. You can also find them by tapping the location icon at the bottom of the app and selecting "PhotoPass" from the dropdown menu above the map. You'll see all the places where you can say, "Cheese!" My favorite spot is on the path to the left of Cinderella Castle because there won't be any other guests in the shot. 

    Gary, I'm wishing on a star that your visit will be free of technical glitches and full of magic! Please stop by planDisney anytime.

    Magic awaits,
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