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Walt Disney World Announces New Limited-Time Memory Maker Offer for Spring 2021

Memory Maker has a limited-time offer available now through May 19 that will give guests more time to capture memories.

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There are two Memory Maker options and each has its own limited-time offer. Guests purchasing the $69 Memory Maker One Day will be able to download one extra day of photos if they purchase their Memory Maker from today through March 11. This effectively makes it a two-day option.

The standard Memory Maker can be purchased for $169 at least three days in advance or for $199 later. If you activate your Memory Maker from January 4 through May 19, you will also be able to download any photos captured through June 18, extended the window an extra 30 days.

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Note that these extensions are for when the photos are captured and not for the download window. Guests must download photos within 45 days of having them taken. Click here to learn more about how PhotoPass is currently operating at Walt Disney World.

Will you be taking advantage of this offer on your next Walt Disney World trip? Let us know in the comments.

  1. The current offer for the Memory Maker says that if you purchase the single day pass you get the next day free. However, I’ve seen two explanations of this and wanted to verify before I purchase. When the fine print says activate from 1/4 – 3/11 is this:

    1) purchase it between 1/4 – 3/11, link it to my reservation for my visit in April and then I will get 2 days worth of photos?

    2) or does it have to be activated within the 1/4 – 3/11 time period and you have to be in the parks those days, which I will not be???

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