Monday, December 16, 2013

Disney introduces Memory Maker, a new digital photo option

A new digital photo option has debuted at Walt Disney World, replacing the former PhotoPass+ service and doubling the time to download your photos.
With Memory Maker, guests can get unlimited digital downloads of their PhotoPass photos for 30 days after purchase. This includes photos from photographers all around the parks and resorts, at character meet and greets, certain dining locations and all attractions that feature on-ride photos.
Guests can purchase Memory Maker both online or in the parks, but the price varies. If purchased in person at the parks, it’s $199. If you purchase online at the Memory Maker website, you can save $50, but if you make your purchase online, you have to wait three days before being able to start downloading your photos.
The Attractions+ package is still available for $49.95, which gives guests two weeks of digital downloads for on-ride photos at select attractions. Individual digital photo downloads are $14.95. Visit for more information.
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Imagine if your vacation magical moments were captured for you and available for digital download. The Memory Maker product does just that, preserving those special moments for you so you can relax and simply enjoy the fun of being with your family and friends in the most magical place on Earth.

It starts with the team of Disney PhotoPass™ Photographers who'll preserve magical memories for your family at hundreds of photo locations throughout Walt Disney World® Resort. All those great shots are magically captured: posing in front of Cinderella Castle, screaming down Splash Mountain® attraction, enjoying breakfast at Chef Mickey's and so much more.

An unlimited array of the photos taken by Disney PhotoPass Photographers during your vacation, PLUS photos at select attractions and dining locations, will be captured. Forget about having to purchase each photo individually - with Memory Maker you get digital copies of them all to download! You can relive all their memories and share them with family and friends.
The advance purchase price for Memory Maker is $149 on the Memory Maker website, or by calling the Disney Reservation Center, or have your Travel Agent take care of it for you. It may also be purchased for $199 at select Theme Park, Resort hotel and Downtown Disney® area merchandise locations

With Memory Maker*, there's never been a better way for you to capture and relive magical memories of their Walt Disney World vacation.

*Memory Maker includes photos taken during the Memory Maker window and linked to the Memory Maker Guest's My Disney Experience account. Photos will expire pursuant to the expiration policy at If Memory Maker is purchased at an advance purchase price, any photos taken within three days from the date Memory Maker is purchased will not be included and must be purchased separately. Valid theme park admission required. Family and Friends photo sharing is subject to the My Magic+ Terms and Conditions. Not responsible for missing, lost or damaged photos. Subject to Memory Maker terms and conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How is the Memory Maker product different from Disney PhotoPass+?

While similar to Disney PhotoPass+, Memory Maker is 100 percent digital and allows unlimited downloads during the Memory Maker window (a period of 30 days from the date the first photo download or when Memory Maker is otherwise redeemed (whichever comes first)).

What happens to Disney PhotoPass+ now that Memory Maker is launching?

Disney PhotoPass+ will no longer be available for purchase, but, please note that all previous purchases of Disney PhotoPass+ will be fulfilled as normal.

How much does Memory Maker cost?

The advance purchase price for Memory Maker is $149. If Memory Maker is purchased at the advance purchase price, photos taken within three days from the date Memory Maker is purchased will not be included and must be purchased separately. To include photos taken beginning date of purchase, the price is $199.

Where can Guests purchase Memory Maker?

Memory Maker can be purchased in several different ways. It can be purchased separately or as part of a Magic Your Way room and ticket package through travel agents, ticket sellers, online at and through the Walt Disney World Resort call center prior to arriving at Walt Disney World Resort. It may also be purchased separately at the $199 price only at select Theme Park, Resort hotel and Downtown Disney area merchandise locations. Please note, there is no commission or net pricing available for this product.

How is Memory Maker connected with MyMagic+?

Memory Maker is integrated with MyMagic+ using My Disney Experience. Guests will see photos that they've associated with their MagicBands, PhotoPass card or Memory Maker cards in their My Disney Experience accounts.

How do Guests collect photos with Memory Maker?

Memory Maker allows Guests to collect, view, download and share all of the Walt Disney World vacation photos linked to their My Disney Experience accounts:
  • When taking photos with a Disney PhotoPass Photographer, Guests will associate their photos by touching a MagicBand or Memory Maker card to a device that the photographer uses.
  • For attraction photos, the Memory Maker Guest will link the photos at the counter with the help of a Cast Member.
  • The Memory Maker Guest can also download photos from Family & Friend connections in My Disney Experience who choose to share photos with the Guest.
  • For each Memory Maker purchase, Guests can collect photos during a 30-day window that begins the date of the first photo download or the date Memory Maker is otherwise redeemed (whichever comes first).

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