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Is Memory Maker Worth It?

Is Memory Maker Worth It? We give a summary of the benefits and how it can enhance your Disney holiday.




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The day's of going to a theme park, getting your picture taken on a ride, and them trying to flog you a printed copy for £20 are over. We live in a digital world now, and Disney are totally on board with that.

They have a photo pass service called Memory Maker. Memory Maker gives you access to all your ride photos, and photos taken by Disney photographers around the parks.

On the rides, simply touch your magic band to the magic band reader below the monitors to save the image to your my Disney experience app. If you have your picture taken by a Disney photographer, they will scan your magic band.

Memory Maker is a great product. You no longer have to worry about missing any ride pictures, and what's even better, some rides also include a video of you on the ride. There are Disney photographers everywhere. They're usually located at great spots, too. For example, Cinderella's castle. All you have to do is go up and ask for a photo, you do your thing, and snap! There is no limit to how many photos you can have. So if you enjoy getting lots of photos, it'll be totally worth it for you. It's also a great way to get the whole family in the photo.

The price for Memory Maker is usually below $200 for your entire stay. But from time to time, Disney will include Memory Maker with your ticket purchase.



This article was posted on 21-Feb-2017
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