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  • On Nov 18, 2021
    Francine from MI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I ordered the CD for my Memory Maker . How many people can I share that CD with? (Copies) I was told that only one person needed to buy the memory maker for our family group.

    Hi Francine!

    In not too long, you will be in Walt Disney World in sight of Cinderella Castle ready to fly with Peter Pan and enjoy a Dole Whip!

    Smile and say Mickey! Up to 25 people may share a Memory Maker account. Every picture and Magic Shot captured by a Disney PhotoPass photographer or an attraction camera by any member of your party is included and your family does not have to be together. If all the uncles want to ride Space Mountain while grandma and the grandkids go meet Mickey, no problem. Pictures from both experiences will be in your account. Make sure your entire party is linked on My Disney Experience and that each family member has selected the option to share plans and Disney PhotoPass pictures.

    As the purchaser of Memory Maker, you will be the only one in your group of Mouseketeers who can download the pictures. Once you download them, you may share and use them as you wish. All the pictures will be accessed online; there is no longer a CD of the pictures sent to you.

    Wishing you and your family a wonderful visit to see Mickey!
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