PhotoPass Memory Maker price increase goes into effect at Walt Disney World

Oct 11, 2023 in "PhotoPass"

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Posted: Wednesday October 11, 2023 8:17am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney PhotoPass Memory Maker packages at Walt Disney World have increased in price effective October 11, 2023.

Advance purchase Memory maker is now $185, previously $169.
Standard purchase, during or after vacation, is now $210, previously $199.
Memory Maker One Day is now $75, previously $69.

Memory Maker includes:

Photos taken at more than 100 locations:

  • Iconic spots at all 4 parks
  • Select character meet-and-greet locations
  • Select attractions
  • Portrait studios

Over 75 unique Magic Shots, including Super Zoom and Tiny World Magic Shots

Capture Your Moment or Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique experiences (sessions booked and sold separately)

Access to create, download, and save your Disney PhotoPass video memories

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Ripken10Oct 11, 2023

I would venture to guess most parents with young kids will not hesitate to still buy even after the increase. Plus with the ability to share/split the cost with others in your group (we always have 2 to 3 groups with us splitting the cost) it is still worth it for many. Disappointed the price went up, but I am definitely one who still believes this is worth the cost when we have kids with us. Now if they ever stop from being able to share with groups in your party, that could be a game changer.

GhostHost1000Oct 11, 2023

It’s so magical.

drod1985Oct 11, 2023

Come on...Glad I bought Photopass for the first time during my family trip two weeks ago. All these price increases + the daily reminder to wake up and buy Genie+ each morning are not doing anything to mitigate the feeling of being nickeled and dimed. But at this scale I guess it's more like being $50'd and $100'd?

GhostHost1000Oct 11, 2023

Very possible. They will be taking more photos with guests cell phones now too

larryzOct 11, 2023

This is clearly an attempt to make PhotoPass so unaffordable that demand will drop to the point where all those Photopass photogs still working will be let go, thus clearing a bunch of headcount off the Parks payroll.

GhostHost1000Oct 11, 2023

Ok Bob…this is just becoming laughable at this point.