Walt Disney World’s MagicMobile Pass-It’s Here, Now How Does It Work

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It’s here! Disney’s new MagicMobile Pass has finally arrived to your iPhone and Apple Watch.

This morning while we were adding reservations to our My Disney Experience app we were able to set up the new MagicMobile Pass.

Here’s how it works:

The MagicMobile Pass is used as you would use your park ticket or MagicBand. Once you download it to your Apple Wallet you are given a unique QR code that you can use to scan at the gate to gain entry to the park. This same QR code is available on your Apple Watch. Instead of scanning your MagicBand, you’d scan your Apple Watch!

With the MagicMobile Pass you can:

  • Enter theme parks with valid park reservation and ticket/pass
  • Connect your Disney PhotoPass images to your account
  • Use at touchpoints throughout the park without unlocking your phone


Quick Tips:

  • For your MagicpMobile Pass you do not have to unlock your phone. Just tap at the touchpoint
  • For Friends/Family unlock your phone and open Apple Wallet, then swipe to their pass.

While you do not have to manually open your Apple Wallet on your phone or Apple Watch to use MagicMobile, inside your Apple Wallet, you will see your badge and in your Apple watch it will be displayed like below:


Before you get upset about “getting rid of MagicBands,” keep in mind that Disney announced they will use this service IN ADDITION to the MagicBands we all love. As a matter of fact, they said we can expect many new band designs coming this spring and throughout the year.


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Photos Courtesy: Melissa Sundbye, KTTW Travel for the photos!