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  • On Oct 26, 2013
    Jamie from TN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    I have read that you can link your photopass+ to your magic band. I have received my voucher for my photopass+. Can I go ahead and link my photopass+ to the magic bands or have to wait until we receive the actual card at the parks when we arrive? Thanks

    Hi Jamie! I would suggest you wait until you redeem your voucher at Guest Services before attempting to link your PhotoPass+ card.  I was told by a cast member not to however, they may be be further along in testing that.  I was told I could use my MagicBand for regular PhotoPass pictures but would always need my lanyard for the pictures taken at dining locations and attractions.  Note: if you don't have your PhotoPass lanyard with you at an attraction, write down the number of the picture.  You can return to that location with your lanyard within 48 hours to have it added.  Enjoy your vacation!
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Meet the Panelist: Diane, Connecticut

Hello! I’m Diane from Connecticut. I am a retired project manager and I'm married with three grown children.  My family enjoys traveling to Walt Disney World and believe Disney vacations are like snowflakes in the Northeast, no two are the same! Learn More About Diane

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