My Disney Experience App Tutorial

Right this moment’s video in First-Timers Week is all about know-how. If in case you have ever felt intimidated by all the brand new tech options on the My Expertise , it is time to overcome these fears. On this video I’ll stroll you thru the method of doing issues like on-line check-in, utilizing Magic Cell and on-line meals ordering at your favourite World eating places.

00:00 – Introduction
01:02 – On-line Test-In
03:53 – Further Resort Tech Options
05:53 – Disney Magic Cell
07:40 – Rise of the Resistance Digital Queue
12:45 – Making Eating Reservations
15:47 – Cell Meals Order

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– Rise of the Resistance Attraction Entrance
– Satu’li Canteen

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29 thoughts on “My Disney Experience App Tutorial

  1. Lola Groveman says:

    Hi! Do you have any idea when Disney Minnie Van will be available again?

  2. Jill Fischer says:

    Wonderful video David. Thank you very much for your comprehensive guide. Great to know that you can chat with a Disney staff member before your stay and check the bus schedule as well. Katarina was wondering if you might know, when in the parks can you use the Starbucks app to order or must you use the Disney app instead? Thanks for your help dear. 😘xx

  3. Danny says:

    Great tips even for us non 11st timers you covered a lot especially the new My APP

  4. barbdreams says:

    It's interesting to compare how RoTR passes vary btwn WDW and DL – on the DL side we have 7am (do not need to be in a park but MUST have DL park reservation) and then 12pm where if you have a park hopper starting at DCA you can try too.

    Can't wait for the transportation video, REALLY important topic. Another great video as always.

  5. Marianne J says:

    Do you think WDW will phase out magic bands since the app can open resort room doors and scan park tickets?

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