Memory Maker is the name for a new photo package at Walt Disney World that gives you access to download all the photographs linked to your MyMagic or My Disney Experience accounts.
2 – How Does Everything Tie Together?
You must use your MagicBand or a standard PhotoPass card that is linked to your Memory Maker account. The package include photos taken by a Disney PhotoPass photographers, photos taken at dining events, and photos taken on attractions.
3 – When Do I Need To Sign Up?
You need to purchase the Memory Maker package at least four days before you have any photos taken. More on that later.
4 – What Are The Advantages Of Memory Maker?
You get professional photos that will include everyone in your party (nobody has to be missing from your pictures because they are taking the pictures). Disney has stationed hundreds of photographers around the theme parks, water parks, and selected resorts.
5 – What Are The Disadvantages Of Memory Maker?
You will spend at least $149 on the service, which might be a lot of money per photo if you aren’t staying very long or if you don’t take advantage of having your photos taken. The cost only includes downloading photos, so you will need to pay extra to print photos. If your purchase Memory Maker less than four days before photos are taken, you need to pay for those photos individually.
6 – What Does Memory Maker Cost?
If you purchase Memory Maker before arriving on Disney property you pay $149, which is a discount to the $199 price you will pay if you purchase it after your arrive on Disney property. Remember that you need to pay for individual photos taken within three days of signing up for Memory Maker.
7 – How Can I Purchase Memory Maker In Advance?
You can add Memory Maker to your Disney vacation reservation either online or by speaking with a Disney reservation agent on the phone. If you are going to use this service, you will want to purchase it advance to get the most value.
8 – Where Can I Purchase Memory Maker On-Site?
You can purchase Memory Maker at the PhotoPass locations in Disney Springs and at the parks.
9 – Can I Purchase Memory Maker If I Don’t Have A MagicBand?
Yes. Go to a PhotoPass location and get a PhotoPass card. Be sure to write down the number from the card since it is the only way you can access your pictures. If you have multiple people linked to your My Disney Experience account, they can also add your PhotoPass card numbers.
10 – How Long Are The Photos Available?
You have 30 days from when the first photo is taken to log into your account and start downloading photos. Photos are available for 45 days from when they are taken.
12 – How Do You Associate Ride Photos With Your Account?
The person who paid for Memory Maker must visit the attraction’s photo center within 24 hours of when the photo is taken. They need to give them the photo number from the ride and ask that it be associated with their MagicBand, Memory Maker card, or PhotoPass card. Some rides seem to be reading the RIFD code from MagicBands and automatically associate your ride photo with your account – but always check to be sure that happened.
13 – Are There Legal Restrictions On The Photos?
Yes. You receive a limited license to reproduce the photos only for personal use. If you get that perfect shot of yourself to place on your company billboard – too bad.
Do you like the idea of unlimited photo downloads with Memory Maker?