Photopass equivalent at Seaworld/BG

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  1. spencer77

    spencer77 Earning My Ears

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    Hi, My family & I are visiting Orlando for the first time in October. I want as many souvenir/ride photos as I can afford. Could anyone give me any information about photos at Seaworld, Aquatica & Busch Gardens please? Is there a system similar to Photopass? Thanks guys :)
     
  2. angelmom27

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    Not sure if they have a photopass option like disney. I haven't looked into that much. At SW there are some photographers at the entrance that will take your pic. The three big rides and the kiddie roller coaster all take pics. Also there are photographers at the dolphin feeding that take pics. If they take your pic they give you a card for you to see and buy the pics.

    BG all the rides pretty much at least all the coasters have pics. We did the bird feeding and there are photographers in there too. And they will give you a card if they take your pic. I am sure there are more spots we just didn't get to them or I don't remember seeing them.

    We haven't don't aquatica so I don't know about them.
     
  3. Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

    Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina DIS Veteran

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    At SeaWorld, each time you get your photo taken, you are given a little card.

    At Aquatica, its the same system, but you get a wrist band.

    As long as you don't exceed a 7 day period, you can collect all your SW photo cards and Aquatica photo bracelets, and get a CD made of all the pictures for about $40 ($40 is their base price, apparently it goes up if you have a lot of photos). This is done at the adventure photo desk just inside the SW gates.

    We purchased the CD on our Christmas trip, and ended up getting about 35 pictures in total, including snowglobe photos and Polar Express photos.

    There were a couple of photo lcoations that couldn't be included on the CD. The photos taken at the SkyTower is one example. But the adventure photo rep said we could take the CD, once burned and paid for, back to the SkyTower photo kiosk and they could add those pics to the CD for another $10. We didn't bother, as we had the photos we really wanted, but apparently it was doable.

    I don't know about Busch Gardens, unfortunately, and whether or not you can include them on the SW/AQ CD. That's one park that's still on my to-do list!
     
  4. spencer77

    spencer77 Earning My Ears

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    Thank you, that's helped with my budget. Can't wait...in 8 months time, I'll be soaking up that Florida sunshine:cool2:
     

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