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Using Memory Maker at Walt Disney World

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I firmly believe everyone visiting Walt Disney World should take advantage of Disney’s PhotoPass and Memory Maker. Why be that one person in the family or group that is never in any picture because you happen to be the one taking all the pictures? The “magic” shots alone are worth the cost!

Memory Maker Walt Disney WorldHere are my best bits of information about Memory Maker:

Memory Maker automatically includes all PhotoPass photos that you will be able to download. Character meet and greets, dining photos, ride photos – all there like magic! 

Purchase in advance and get a discount! About $30 to be exact – which is a very nice saving. Purchased in advance the cost is $169 and must be purchase at least three days before first use. To purchase when you arrive, for immediate use, the cost is $199. 

Photos of great family memories that include everyone. Not – everyone except the family member taking the picture! No more handing your phone or camera over to strangers nice enough to take your photo. PhotoPass photographers are everywhere throughout the parks!

Memory Maker lets you download as many pictures as you want. 500 pictures you love – no problem – download them all!

Professional quality photos! When you hand your phone or camera to a stranger, do they really know how to use it. Are half your heads cut-off but you feel bad asking a stranger to take more of their time taking your pictures.

Memory Maker also includes some stock photos from around Walt Disney World property that you can use when putting together your vacation album!

The photos taken on rides are always my favorites! No need to purchase pictures at individual attractions (pricey)!

Don’t forget those magic shots! 

Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog

If used correctly and effectively, the Memory Maker can be well worth the money. Stop at each PhotoPass Photographer you see and you will be amazed at how well your pictures will paint a magical story of your trip!

Don’t forget those FastPasses! Understanding the WDW FastPass+ System or those ADR’s – Understanding the Disney Dining Plan