Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We have a Dec 8 trip planned with 10 adults and 6 kids. How is memory maker different than photopass +? Can we all share one memory maker package or is there a photopass band that you have to have to receive your pictures?
- - Asked by Tracy from Nebraska on 12/30/2013
- Hello Tracy,
How wonderful that you are traveling with a large group so that you can all experience the amazing time together.
The brand-new Memory Maker did recently replace the PhotoPass+ and their are very few differences. The main difference is that Memory Maker is a completely digital package. So, there is no more waiting for a PhotoCD to arrive in order for you to upload your family's pictures after your vacation. Once you have made the edits you choose on your vacation, you will be able to instantly upload those photos. It still includes unlimited images of select attraction photos, select dining experiences and with any PhotoPass photographer around the four theme parks.
For the large group of you, you can all share the Memory Maker. However, only one person can be the designated person to upload the images. You would assign that person in My Disney Experience once you have purchased the Memory Maker. Also, be sure that everyone in your party is linked to your "family and friends" in My Disney Experience. Once you are home, the designated person that is the "owner of the entitlement" (according to the official terms and conditions of this service) can download the unlimited images that were taken between the entire group (as long as they were linked in My Disney Experience) and then share with the others at that time.
Remember if you purchase at least 3 days prior to your vacation, you can get a discounted price for this amazing service. For more information, see this link on frequently asked questions about Memory Maker.
Say "cheese" and enjoy those memories captured for years to come.
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