• On Jun 14, 2010
    Cassie from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What is the difference between the 3 different digital Photo CD's that I see online. I notice there is 1 for $20, 1 for $40 and the $100 one. Can I print my own pics from the cheaper ones once I get home? I'm a little confused! Thanks! =) Love the panel!

    Hi Cassie!

     The three photo cds available from PhotoPass are: 1) Personal Photo Archive CD ($19.95) 2) Disney's Photo Gallery CD ($39.95) 3) Disney's Photo CD ($149.95) (These are the current prices, but keep in mind that prices are subject to change).

     With the Personal Photo Archive Cd, you upload your own camera's photos onto the Disney PhotoPass site and have them put onto a CD. You can use the edits and borders available on the site and save them as copies and they will be included on this CD. This allows you to print them on your own and have them backed up onto a CD for safe keeping, too.

     The Disney Gallery CD features professionally taken photos from the Disney parks and resorts, such as fireworks and attractions, on a CD for your own use to keep or print.

     The Photo CD includes pictures from your vacation taken by PhotoPass photographers. You can edit these photos and add borders and save them as copies and they will be included on the CD.

     Currently, there is a special offer for $15 off the Photo CD with a code (check the special offers section on the PhotoPass website). Also, there is a pre-arrival offer if you plan to visit Disney in the future.

     Hope this helps!
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