Guests who have purchased the Memory Maker photography package now have one less step to take in regards to collecting their on-ride photos at Walt Disney World.
Long-range read technology will automatically associate a guest’s attraction photos (given that they have purchased Memory Maker), to that guest’s My Disney Experience account via the RFID-chip found inside that guest’s MagicBand. This means that guests who have purchased Memory Maker will no longer need to stop at the attraction’s photo sales center to have the images associated with their account.
Attractions that will now automatically associate photos for guests who have Memory Maker are:
- Magic Kingdom: Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain
- Epcot: Test Track
- Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Rock ‘n Roller Coaster, Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom: DINOSAUR, Expedition Everest
It is important to note that a MagicBand is required for this service to function. Guests using the short-range RFID Key To The World card will not be able to take advantage of this perk. Conversely, guests who have a MagicBand but do not have Memory Maker will still need to visit the photo sales counter at each attraction to purchase their photos. Also, MagicBands and Memory Maker cards must be linked in a guest’s My Disney Experience account in order for this process to work.
Guests who have Memory Maker should be able to see their ride photos in their My Disney Experience accounts within an hour of their being captured.
This is just another perk in the MyMagic+ technology.