December 1, 2004 – Disney’s PhotoPass Service Debuts at Walt Disney World
“Capture your magical experiences – and get everyone in the picture – all throughout your Disney vacation.”
On December 1, 2004, the PhotoPass service debuted throughout Walt Disney World’s parks. The service aims to give guests the opportunity to get great family shots in the park through the use of a PhotoPass card. Given to a PhotoPass photographer, the card is scanned after the photo is taken, and guests can order their favorite pictures after they have gone home and entered the card’s code on the PhotoPass website after establishing an account. Photos can be taken by PhotoPass photographers at park entrances, iconic structures, and at character meet-and-greets. The service has since been linked to Disney’s MyMagic+ account, and is available at Disneyland and the New York World of Disney store.