Mickey and Minnie Statues in Front of Fireworks
  • On Jun 20, 2022
    Janice from MI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    how do i find the apple wallet and transfer it to other family members so they are able to open the room?

    Hi there, Janice! Welcome to planDisney!

    Your adventure begins in just a few days! Ka-Chow! I'm happy to help you with some last-minute planning so you can spend every second enjoying The Most Magical Place on Earth!

    The Walt Disney World MagicMobile Service is most likely what you're referring to when it comes to accessing your plans from your Apple Wallet. The MagicMobile service is quite handy and can save time and energy during your stay! To use this service, you'll start by linking your tickets to your My Disney Experience Account. Then, using the My Disney Experience Mobile App, tap the menu button in the bottom right corner, followed by "Disney MagicMobile." On this page, you'll follow the instructions to create your MagicMobile Pass, which you'll be able to use to enter the parks, scan into your ride reservations, connect PhotoPass photos and charge to your Disney Resort Hotel room. Each Guest can follow the same instructions to set up their own MagicMobile Pass or you can create one for all Guests of your party and click "Select Passes to Share" to distribute it to them directly.

    Janice, the MagicMobile Pass can be stored in your Apple Wallet, but this tool can not yet be used to open the door to your Disney Resort Hotel room. That power is reserved for MagicBands or the My Disney Experience Mobile App! If you have a MagicBand linked to your tickets, simply tap the band to the Mickey Mouse icon on your door and Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo, you're in! If you're not using MagicBands for your trip, you can use the My Disney Experience Mobile App. Simply open the app, tap the menu button again, but this time, choose "Resort Hotel." This page houses all of your room reservation information. Tap "Unlock Door" and hold the phone up to the Mickey icon on your door to enter. Be sure that your Bluetooth is turned on for this feature to work.

    Here's another pro-tip: On most Apple devices, you can bypass most of those steps to use the My Disney Experience App to open the door. Locate the app on your home screen, then hold it down. A small menu will pop up and one option will be "Unlock Door." When you tap this, it takes you right to your resort reservation and you'll follow the original steps from there! 

    Janice, I'm so excited for you to experience all of the magic at the Walt Disney World Resort. You're arriving in time for The Most Magical Celebration on Earth, a special 18-month long party for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World. Be sure to check out all the pixie-dusted extras, like the Fab 50 Character Collection of Golden Statues in the theme parks and the Disney Enchantment Nighttime Spectacular!

    Until next time,

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Meet the Panelist: Ashley, New Jersey

Hey friends! I'm Ashley, a Disney-loving mom ready to help you plan your next adventure! I am married to my college sweetheart and we have two young, energetic kids who have inherited our love of Disney! As Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members, we spend our time at Walt Disney World Resort in all different ways, from packed park days to relaxing by the pool, our family has developed a love for all Disney has to offer. I'm excited to share the magic with all of you! Learn More About Ashley

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