- Dec 31, 2005
It is worth leaving your MagicBand on for automatic ride photos, if you want them.I’m going to make a wild guess that he is more computer / mobile phone savvy than you. If not, forgive me.
if he is 13+ yo, he can have his own Disney account. Looks like he’ll need to use a phone for ordering food at quick service restaurants - and trying to get a spot for Rise of the Resistance at Hollywood Studios. Most people I know have a phone attached to their hand most of the time.
i have a Mickey Band from a prior resort stay and will use it this week, but will probably take it off after entering the park, as there would be no further use for it that day. I, also, am staying offsite. And then I will attempt to be contemporary and use my phone to navigate the parks. Without the help of my twenty-something yo nieces. (My ticket is supposedly tied to my Magic Band; I‘like find out Sunday).
And tickets are never “tied to” a MagicBand. All the band does is access whatever is in your MDE profile. That’s why any active band will work to access any valid park ticket. so you should be all set.
I’m 62, but pretty techy for a grandma. I really like mobile ordering, especially now that you can use Disney gift cards to pay.