Although Memory Maker is one of those extra Disney World services that guests often have to decide if they want or not, it’s a great way to get access to a ton of professional — and magical — photos from the parks.
Disney PhotoPass photographers are found throughout Disney World, and they will take a photo of you that you can later access through your Disney World account or the My Disney Experience app. But if you want to download all those photos, you’ll need Memory Maker.
Memory Maker costs $169 when purchased in advance or $199 at the parks. And the service expires after 30 days, so if you revisit the parks after the 30-day window, you’ll have to purchase it again, and that’s certainly pricey.
However, Disney just introduced a new deal for those who purchase Memory Maker. The prices are the same, but everyone who buys Memory Maker now through November 30th will have the service until the end of 2020. So you can visit the parks as much as you want over Halloween and the holiday season and have access to all your photos until the end of the year!
This makes Memory Maker a better deal, especially now that park photographers are no longer allowed to take photos with guests’ cameras and phones.
However, this does not apply to those who purchase the One-Day Memory Maker, and the 45-day expiration still applies to all photos and videos (so make sure to download everything before the first 45 days of 2021).
This is a great chance to visit the parks and get all those great Halloween Magic Shots, as well as have access to all the holiday Magic Shots coming soon! We’ll keep you updated on all the latest Disney deals for your upcoming vacation!
Do you usually purchase Memory Maker when visiting Disney World? Let us know in the comments.
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