A joyful family riding Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom. They laugh and scream as they plunge down the thrilling drop.
  • On Jun 27, 2024
    Phusuda Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi I was wondering if I can share Disney passes with family if they do not have my Disney experience app.

    Welcome back to planDisney, Phusuda. Keep those questions coming because we love them!

    Great news! If you and those with whom you are sharing theme park tickets have iPhones and they are a part of your contact list, you can easily share their theme park tickets with them through the Disney MagicMobile Service and iMessage. Once your tickets are linked, click the 3 horizontal lines (☰) in the bottom right-hand corner of the My Disney Experience mobile app, scroll down, and select "Set Up MagicMobile Entry." Then, click the plus sign (+) in the upper-right-hand corner and follow the prompts. After that, navigate back to the Disney MagicMobile screen, click "Select Passes to Share," and follow the prompts to share them. If you are using Android devices, this is currently not an option. But don't worry, you can ask for a card (sometimes referred to as a "Key to the World" card) at a Guest Relations location outside of one of the theme parks. This card will give them the access they need. Of course, you can also purchase a MagicBand, link that to them, and they can use that instead. In other words, you've got options!

    I'm taking 2 of my very best friends to the Walt Disney World Resort next week. One is a "Disney Pro" and the other is not...and she also isn't too interested in the technology. So needless to say, she will not be downloading the app. And that's totally fine! For me, I prefer to have it all at my fingertips, and a MagicBand+ on my wrist! I love it when my magical little accessory, which this time will be Wish-themed, lights up and vibrates with different elements throughout the park. And personally, I love the convenience of just being able to tap into my Disney Resorts Collection Hotel room, charge items back to my room, and tap into those Lightning Lanes...all with a flick of my wrist. Is it a flick? Maybe a wave? A flourish? I'll leave that up to you! Just as long as you hold it against the reader at the entrance to the park long enough and use the same finger to scan, you can call it whatever you want!

    Phusuda, be sure to stay cool at the resort and check out the newly opened Tiana's Bayou Adventure and the soon-to-be-opened Country Bear Musical Jamboree, both of which are in Magic Kingdom Park! If you have any other questions, I'm here to answer them!

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