Walt Disney World Raises Prices on Memory Maker Photo Packages

Walt Disney World Raises Prices on Memory Maker Photo Packages
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Starting today, guests will have to pay new higher rates to obtain a Memory Maker package at Walt Disney World.

An advance purchase of Memory Maker now costs $169 (this purchase must be made at least 3 days prior to use), while same-day purchase will now cost $199.

Advance purchase was formerly $149, while same-day was $169.

Memory Maker allows guests to obtain digital downloads of photos and videos taken by Disney PhotoPass Photographers and on-ride cameras at select attractions for their entire vacation.

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Michael Lillie
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Michael Lillie

So, I’m guessing Disney’s new pricing model is to increase the price of a “Disney Vacation” at margin rate 10X that of average family income growth. Or, is the pricing model based on the income growth of the top five percent of families in the world’s industrial countries?

Kerri
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Kerri

Is this still included in the Annual Pass like it was last year?

Disney Pete
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Disney Pete

I thought it was Photo Pass the one included in the AP. Anyway, my guess would be that AP prices will go up by this same amount or higher.

Typical WDWNT Commenter
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Typical WDWNT Commenter

Shameless money grab…Walt rollin’ in his grave…etc.etc

Disney Pete
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Disney Pete

You’re catching up. Good. There might still be hope for you

Eugene Fitzherbert
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Eugene Fitzherbert

Is Memory Maker 1 Day still available? If so, did that increase in cost as well?

Disney lover
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Disney lover

I am so disappointed with Disney, they are not family friendly anymore. The biggest thing in my opinion is taking the “no expiration” off tickets. We would buy 10 day tickets with that option and could use them for 2-3 years.
Now they want to increase the memories package. They are getting to the point that families cannot afford to go.
I know Walt would not be pleased….