Disney’s Memory Maker Introduces new way to preserve your Photos.

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You are just gotten home from your magical vacation with 100s of photos and videos on your camera. Having to Remember to download them to your computer so you can save and share them years from now. Don’t forget about all your PhotoPass photos set to expire soon.

Are you are the kind of person who worries about your computer crashing and losing all your photos, that you were saving to embarrass your kids with at your weddings? Disney just introduced a new feature that will preserve your PhotoPass photos without you having to do any additional work. No more having to download them.

For those that have spent the $169 or $199 on Memory Maker, you will no doubtably take 100s of photos taken with characters or iconic landmarks throughout the parks. When you get home you will have to remember to download them all from Memory Maker before they are lost within 45 days.

Imagine being able to arrive at home from your vacation and have disney send you all your photos already downloaded. Disney’s Memory Maker has introduced the Disney’s PhotoPass Archive USB. Which you can purchase from your Memory Maker account and will arrive at your home. The USB drive will include all your PhotoPass photos from the last 45 days.

The Disney’s PhotoPass Archive USB will cost you $34.95 plus tax and shipping. You can purchase the USB at disneyworld.com/PhotoPass and log into your account. This service is only available for guest who purchase a Memory Maker package or Annual Passholders who have the PhotoPass download benefit.

Source: Disney Parks Blog

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