Disney’s Photopass, a cautionary tale

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Meghan posts a short cautionary tale about relying on Disney’s Photopass Service to keep your vacation photos.

I just logged on to Disney’s PhotoPass to buy our vacation photos. But they’re gone. They expired on the 17th, not the 19th. Uh-oh. This makes me very sad.

They do have an expiration date of 30 days after the original photo was snapped. So make note of that if you’re hemming and hawing about your purchase.

Disney’s Photopass is a system where professional photographers take pictures of you throughout your vacation, and track you via personal card they can. You can buy them in the park as usualy or wait until you’re back home and can log on the internet and see your pictures then purchase prints of the ones you like.

Luckily for Meghan, her story turned out well.

In what I can only call a miracle, I just got a call from a certain
someone letting me know that they’d alreay bought all of the photos in
my shopping cart for me. They were going to be a birthday present, but
since I was so obvously upset, they wanted to let me know now that they
were coming. I am so completely thankful.

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