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    Default AP and Memory Maker

    Once I activate my AP, how do I link Memory Maker to it?
    Be still and know that I am God - Psalm 46:10

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    Memory Maker is already part of the AP, so you don't need to link anything. All the PhotoPass photos magically show up on your MDE account page. You may have to scroll down to the bottom of the page to see them, but they will be there. Love that aspect of the AP! Now, I don't worry so much about taking too many photos with my phone camera, even though it takes great ones. If there is a PhotoPass photographer, the phone/camera stays in my pocket!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PopPhan View Post
    Memory Maker is already part of the AP, so you don't need to link anything. All the PhotoPass photos magically show up on your MDE account page. You may have to scroll down to the bottom of the page to see them, but they will be there. Love that aspect of the AP! Now, I don't worry so much about taking too many photos with my phone camera, even though it takes great ones. If there is a PhotoPass photographer, the phone/camera stays in my pocket!
    Thanks! I am glad it is so easy. The Memory Maker and free parking was really what nudged me into the annual pass. Just buying the tickets was about $100 cheaper but the memory maker and free parking pulled the annual pass ahead.
    Be still and know that I am God - Psalm 46:10

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    Technically, you don't get MemoryMaker with the AP. MemoryMaker is a separate product that Disney sells. The AP comes with unlimited downloads of all PhotoPass pictures taken while the AP is valid. While it amounts to basically the same thing, there are a couple of important differences. With MM, you have access to your photos for 45 days. With the AP, you have full access to them for a full year. With MM your photos may not immediately be available depending on when you actually purchased MM and how much you paid. With the AP, you get all pictures starting immediately, and usually (though sometimes not) you'll see photos that may have been taken as much as a year previously show back up in your account.

    Disney doesn't give the AP perk a name, but what you get with the AP is more like MemoryMaker+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fangorn View Post
    Technically, you don't get MemoryMaker with the AP. MemoryMaker is a separate product that Disney sells. The AP comes with unlimited downloads of all PhotoPass pictures taken while the AP is valid. While it amounts to basically the same thing, there are a couple of important differences. With MM, you have access to your photos for 45 days. With the AP, you have full access to them for a full year. With MM your photos may not immediately be available depending on when you actually purchased MM and how much you paid. With the AP, you get all pictures starting immediately, and usually (though sometimes not) you'll see photos that may have been taken as much as a year previously show back up in your account.

    Disney doesn't give the AP perk a name, but what you get with the AP is more like MemoryMaker+.

    Steve
    Sounds even better!
    Be still and know that I am God - Psalm 46:10

    Stops on my quest to visit all 50 states
    AL, AK, AZ, CA, FL, GA, KS, KY, LA, MS, MO, MT, NV, NJ, , NM, NY, NC, ND, OK, OR, PA, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA and WV.

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