Memory Maker is amazing! It allows you to have all of your PhotoPass photos in one place – it includes photos taken around the park by PhotoPass photographers, ride photos, and dining photos! It is a great investment and having the photos scanned right onto your Magic Bands makes it so that you don’t have to rummage around for a card each time you get a photo taken. But, how do you connect your Memory Maker to your band, especially if you’re staying off site? Let’s find out.
If you are staying onsite in a Disney resort and purchase Memory Maker in advance or if you are staying off site and purchase your Magic Bands before you arrive at the parks you can link them to your My Disney Experience account and they will automatically be connected to your Memory Maker. However, if you purchase your bands, or even memory maker, in the parks you will need to connect the two. This can be done by connecting the bands to your account, if you purchase Memory Maker beforehand, this can be done using My Disney Experience and entering the number on the back of your band.
If you have the bands in advance, but purchase Memory Maker in the parks, a cast member will connect the Memory Maker to your account and it will then be linked to your Magic Band.
You can also link any Memory Maker or PhotoPass cards that you used before you had your bands, if you bought them while on your trip, to your account.
Do you use Memory Maker? Let us know why you love it in the comments!
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