The ever popular photo package at Walt Disney World (aka Memory Maker) saw a price increase today! If you have it already added to your Walt Disney World reservation..the “old” rate is locked in. For all new purchases, the following pricing takes effect 6/7/17.
What is Memory Maker?
via The Walt Disney Travel Company is is:
“… an incredible new way to enjoy unlimited digital Disney PhotoPass photos captured at hundreds of locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort—including select attraction and dining locations. The photos are conveniently connected to your online Disney account with a touch of your MagicBand or card. You can conveniently view, download and share your Disney PhotoPass memories on MyDisneyPhotoPass.com and on the My Disney Experience Mobile App. There’s no need to purchase each photo individually. You can simply enjoy your vacation knowing that your memories are being captured for you.
Memory Maker includes photos taken during the Memory Maker window and linked to the Memory Maker Guest’s Disney account. Photos will expire pursuant to the expiration policy. If Memory Maker is purchased at the advance purchase price, any photos taken within 3 days from the date Memory Maker is purchased will not be included and must be purchased separately.”
What is the new pricing increase?
The pre-purchase price is now $169 and $199 if purchased during your visit to Walt Disney World.
Did military pricing change for the Memory Maker package?
Military discounts are still available. They are 50% off of the “purchased at the park” price – not the pre-purchase price. Military members may purchase Memory Maker at the discounted rate once they arrive to the Walt Disney World Resort.
What do you think of the Memory Maker product? Do you think it is worth the rate hike we saw today?