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Disney World introduces new digital photo option, Memory Maker

by Banks Lee

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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 MyDisneyPhotoPass.com for more information.

See our guide to photo packages at other theme parks.

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4 comments

Debbie C December 16, 2013 - 12:37 pm

These packages are great for some but as a local who goes to WDW frequently but usually only for a few hours or day every week or so, we might only have a handful of photos taken a month. We would rather pay more and have the ability to capture less photos but have them span a year. IMO, none of their photo packages are economical for the way we visit WDW.

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Tara December 18, 2013 - 9:57 am

How do I purchase the attraction+ one from disney? I can’t find it online

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