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Disney's PhotoPass+ changing to Memory Maker

Leah Zanolla | Posted: Dec 5, 2013 | Updated: Oct 19, 2014 - 9:25:27 AM
Beginning Friday, December 6, the MyMagic+ program at Walt Disney World will include the PhotoPass+ system. "Memory Maker" will combine photos taken by a PhotoPass photographer, attraction photos and any of your own photos linked to your My Disney Experience account. Photos will be available the day they were taken and can be accessed for 45 days. Photos can be downloaded an unlimited amount of time during your stay and for 45 days after. Before downloading, guests will have the option of editing the photos or adding specialty borders.

PhotoPass+ will no longer be sold. If you have a current PhotoPass+ reservation, it can be changed to Memory Maker. This can be purchased online, by phone with Disney Reservations or at on-site PhotoPass locations.

Memory Maker can be purchased in advance for $149 and on-site for $199. If it is purchased in advance, any photos taken within 3 days of purchase will not be included.

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