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  • On Sep 7, 2022
    Cheri from CT 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 you share magic mobile pass with iMessage?

    Hey There, Hi There, Ho There, Cheri!

    You're as welcome as can be here at planDisney –– thanks for stopping by with another question!  Can you believe that you're just over a month away from your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation? Before you know it, you'll be strolling down Main Street, U.S.A. and enjoying all the frightful fun of "Spooky Season" at The Most Magical Place on Earth.  I have a feeling that you're in for a devilishly delightful time!

    I love the ease and convenience of the Disney MobileService service, so I'm excited to hear that you're planning to give it a try during your upcoming visit.  Last year, I started using Disney MagicMobile in place of a MagicBand and I've never gone back.  Not only does it offer most of the same features of a MagicBand –– with the exception of unlocking your Disney Resorts Collection hotel room door, which can be done through the My Disney Experience mobile app –– but it means one less thing to remember (and forget!) as I'm heading to the parks each day.

    One of my favorite features of the service is that you can even create Disney MagicMobile passes for other members of your traveling party.  Then, if you're using an iPhone, you can send that pass through Messages so another Guest can access it, even if they won't be using the My Disney Experience mobile app.  We used this feature during our most recent visit when my oldest daughter wanted to try using Disney MagicMobile, but she wasn't old enough for her own My Disney Experience account, yet –– it worked perfectly!  If you'd like to try this feature out for yourself during your upcoming stay, here's what you'll need to do:

    1. Open the My Disney Experience mobile app, tap the three lines in the bottom-right corner, and select "Disney MagicMobile" from the main menu.  
    2. Tap the blue "+" in the top-right corner, select the Guests you'll be creating passes for, and tap "Add to Apple Wallet".
    3. Tap "Add" to create the pass and add it to your digital wallet.
    4. Once the pass has been created, tap "Select Passes to Share" from the Disney MagicMobile screen.
    5. Select the pass(es) you'd like to share and tap "Share via Messages".
    6. Continue following the onscreen prompts to send the pass via Messages. 

    And that's it!  You'll be able to send a Disney MagicMobile pass to anyone connected to your Friends & Family List. Pretty cool, huh?

    Thanks for visiting planDisney, Cheri.  I hope this helped to answer your question, but if you need more information or think of something new as your Walt Disney World Resort visit gets closer, feel free to stop by again –– we're always here to lend a helping hand!

    See Ya Real Soon,
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