Question: What is the Disney Visa Character Meet & Greet? Where is it located at Disney World?

Answer: A Meet & Greet in a private location that is reserved just for card members. You get the opportunity to meet and pose with some of your favorite Disney characters in an exclusive private setting, for up to 6 guests per card member. Each card holder receives a complimentary 5 x 7 photo, just for showing their card  as they enter this exclusive event. The event is located at Innoventions West at Epcot® and offered daily from 1pm to 7pm. Characters vary, but commonly seen are Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, and Pluto. Normally you will get to enjoy some special photo time with 2 of the before mentioned characters.  The best part about this perk is that you get a more leisurely meeting with the character meet and greet than normally, which gives you a fun VIP feeling. Although you do not get to choose the characters you get to see, it’s a fun surprise to see who will be waiting for you each visit. After your picture is taken you will be given a slip, which you can take to the photo store near the entrance of Epcot to redeem for your free photograph.

If multiple people in your party are a card holder, they are all entitled to a complimentary photograph. You must show each card to the cast member at the entrance in order to get your redemption slip. It is suggested to pick up your picture before park closing, however it may still be available the next day if you aren’t able to get there in time, or forget because you were having so much fun.

You can learn more about Disney Visa Card perks here.

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