“The Nightmare Before Christmas” PhotoPass opportunities at Disneyland Resort

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Nightmare before Christmas photo pass

Can’t get enough of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” this season? Neither can we! And to help us all get our “Nightmare” fix, Disney has unveiled new PhotoPass opportunities coming to Disneyland Resort.

Celebrate the spirit of the season just in time for the 25th anniversary of Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” before Halloween Time ends at Disneyland Resort with these new PhotoPass options. Disney parks are known for their creative “Magic Shots,” photos that contain a magical overlay and a special touch of pixie dust. And this week, new “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Magic Shots will become available. From October 26-31, guests can visit a Disneyland PhotoPass photographer to enjoy these frightfully festive photos.

The first Magic Shot is this wickedly wonderful photo featuring Oogie Boogie. Guests can visit any PhotoPass photographer on Buena Vista Street in Disney’s California Adventure to get a photo featuring the Oogie Boogie man himself.

Also at this Buena Vista Street location, guests can pose with a special prop declaring the 25th anniversary of our favorite seasonal film, “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”

Over in Disneyland park, guests can head over to the iconic Mickey Mouse pumpkin, the centerpiece of Halloween Time at the front of Main Street, U.S.A. Here, a PhotoPass photographer can snap a Magic Shot including none other than Zero, our favorite canine sidekick. Zero may not be as wickedly fun as Oogie Boogie, but he sure is adorable.

Photos taken with Disney PhotoPass photographers throughout Disneyland Resort can be loaded onto the Disneyland mobile app. From there, guests have the opportunity to purchase photos for digital download. Guests who have purchased MaxPass on the Disneyland app receive complimentary unlimited PhotoPass digital downloads of the photos taken the day the MaxPass is used. Guests who are existing holders of the Disney Signature Plus Passport or the Disney Premier Passport also receive unlimited digital downloads of PhotoPass photos. Disney PhotoPass photos must be linked to your Disney account to be able to be downloaded.


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