Although Disney’s PhotoPass has undergone some big changes in recent years (most notably, the addition of dedicated PhotoPass day events at the parks) some additional alterations and enhancements have been made to this essential service in recent weeks. No matter whether you are a seasoned pro or just an infrequent user of the PhotoPass service, you’ll notice these changes immediately the next time you’re at Walt Disney World, as they apply to all guests.
From an interesting new iteration of the Memory Maker add-on to the official unveiling of a reimagined popular photo spot, here are all the PhotoPass changes happening around the resort now that you need to know about!
1. Memory Maker One Day now available every day
Back in 2015, Disney introduced the Memory Maker One Day product, which was available intermittently for special events and during specific seasons, and allowed guests to unlock digital downloads for a single day for a much lower cost. And now Disney has announced that this product is available every day from today onwards, and can be purchased for $69 from the My Disney Experience app, making it (potentially) a much better value than the $199 Memory Maker package that covers the length of a Walt Disney World vacation.
As has been the case in the past, guests don't have to purchase Memory Maker on a specific day or in advance to use it. In My Disney Experience guests can either purchase it for use on a current day or wait up to 30 days to retroactively apply Memory Maker to a single day of their vacation.
Once purchased, guests have 45 days to download all of their photos before the Memory Maker One Day expires and their photos are once again watermarked.
Though Memory Maker One Day has gone through a bit of a price hike since 2015 (it only cost $59 back then) this new, lower cost option is still a good one for guests who focus only one day or two on taking photos and don't need a length of Stay Memory Maker package.