Disney PhotoPass Archive USB Now Available to Purchase for Annual Passholders and Guests with Memory Maker

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Disney has made revisiting memories from your Walt Disney World vacation a little easier with the Disney PhotoPass Archive USB.

Guests with Memory Maker or a Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass with a Disney PhotoPass download benefit can now purchase a Disney PhotoPass Archive USB product at Disneyworld.com/PhotoPass. With this new product, all of your Disney PhotoPass photos and videos viewable in your Disney account at the time of purchase are loaded onto a USB drive that’s easy to store and share.

So when you get home from vacation, you won’t have to worry about downloading your photos before they expire or trying to figure out where to store them. No copying and pasting or dragging and dropping! All you have to do is plug in your USB and relive the magic. Well, and unpack, but I can’t help you with that. There’s no easier way to preserve and enjoy your treasured Disney PhotoPass memories.

The Disney PhotoPass Archive USB is available for $34.95, plus applicable taxes and shipping fees, only at Disneyworld.com/PhotoPass and only for guests with Memory Maker or a Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass with a Disney PhotoPass download benefit.

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Austin Ray
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Austin Ray

I really like this idea but the cost is a bit crazy. $35 for a USB stick that takes them a few minutes to copy all your pictures onto when you already paid a minimum of $170? I really like physical media but $35 is a bit extreme. $10-15 and I would be a customer for sure.

Dan
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Dan

*Press on nails*
Wow Disney is cutting every corner they can right now.

Ronnie
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Ronnie

I just preordered memory maker, and I thought you can just download the photos from a website. Why would I buy this?

Austin Ray
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Austin Ray

Just for the convenience of having it on physical media and a backup copy that is easily labeled. For instance, right now you download and have to make a copy in case of a hard drive failure. And if you want a print you would then need a USB or SD card to take to a print shop like Walgreens or Walmart. Much cheaper to buy a $5-10 USB stick and copy yourself. $35 is insane.

Herbie
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Herbie

Does anyone have a link to where to go to purchase this. Can’t find it anywhere at the suggested web page.

Spike Durden
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Spike Durden

When you download the photos certain metadata is missing such as GPS and the date of the photo. If I purchase the USB will the photos contain the date the photo was taken as well as the GPS information?