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If you ordered first-time Season Fun Passes for 2014, or if our system can’t use one or more of your photos from 2013, you will need your certificate to receive your Passes.  (If you’ve received all of your Passes, you no longer need your certificate – your Passes will work right away!)

Do one or more of your 2014 Season Passes need a photo? 
Here’s what you can do:

• E-mail photos
If you gave us your e-mail address when you ordered your Passes, we’ve sent you a link that you can use to send us photos by e-mail.  (Note: this link is unique to your specific order).
If you did not give us your e-mail address, but would like to e-mail photos, please send an e-mail to orders@martinsfantasyisland.com with your certificate number and the name of the person who purchased the Season Passes.  We’ll e-mail you a link for uploading your photos.

• Beat the crowds
Bring your certificate and have your photo(s) taken at Fantasy Island BEFORE the Park opens for the season:
Saturday April 26 & May 3: 12:00 Noon – 5:00pm
Monday April 28 – Friday May 2: 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Monday May 5 – Friday May 9: 4:00pm – 7:00pm

• Come when the Park is open
Bring your certificate and have your photo taken the first time you visit Martin’s Fantasy Island during the 2014 season.  (Note: we suggest that you avoid holidays and weekends – they’re very busy times!)