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  • On May 5, 2015
    Meredith from CT Asked

    I have a memory maker card from my trip last year (feb 2014). It was linked to my disney experience and still is "active." Can I use this same card during my upcoming trip in August 2015? Or do I have to purchase a new card?

    Hi-ya Pal! 

    Welcome Meredith! I hope you are enjoying a delightfully Disney day! Thank you for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel and asking such a great question.

    We adore Disney's Memory Maker and I make sure to purchase one every visit. There is such peace of mind knowing that we can stop and capture as many magic moments as we would like and that they are all included for one price. The service is good for 30-days from activation (or the first picture you take,) so unfortunately it looks like yours is expired. Although the card itself may work to save your Disney PhotoPass photos, it will no longer link them to a Memory Maker account and you would need to purchase them separately.  Bummer!

    Have a wonderful trip, Meredith, and please come see us again if there is anything else we may assist you with.

    Magical Wishes,

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Meet the Panelist: Lauren, Colorado

Hi-ya, Pals! I'm a wife and mother of three who's enjoyed many special occasions at Walt Disney World Resort with my family: graduations, pregnancies, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, reunions, and even our Fairy Tale Honeymoon. I look for any excuse to return "home" often and would love to help add a little extra Pixie Dust to your next magical adventure. Learn More About Lauren

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