In the My Disney Experience app, select “My Tickets.” 2. Select the “+” sign located on the top right corner and choose “Link Tickets & Passes.” 3. Enter the 12-character ID located on the back of the Memory Maker card you received.
Hereof, can Disney memory maker be shared?
Absolutely, if you’re linked to others in your party through My Disney Experience Family & Friend it is possible to share Memory Maker. Everyone linked will be able to have their photos captured using the account. However only the person that purchased Memory Maker is able to reach the photos and download them.
Moreover, does it matter who memory maker is assigned to?
A. Before you download any photo or otherwise redeem your Memory Maker purchase, you can reassign the Memory Maker entitlement to any person who has a Disney account and who is connected to your Family & Friends list. Once assigned, that individual will become the owner of the entitlement.
How do I know if memory maker is linked to my account?
On the left side next to “Daily Itinerary”, you should see a link to “Tickets & Memory Maker”. Scroll past “Theme Park Tickets and Passes” to view “Memory Maker Purchases”. If you were signed in to your Disney account when you purchased your Memory Maker entitlement, it should have automatically linked to your account.
On your Family & Friends list, locate the Guest you want to share your photos with and select “Edit” to access the photo sharing control. If someone is not on your Family & Friends list and you do not wish to add them, you can also invite people to view your photos through email or Facebook.
For guests who want to capture the magic of their Disney vacation in photo form, Memory Maker could be worth the money you’re spending, especially if you’re making the purchase in advance [at the discounted price]. The same could be said for those who are considering the Memory Maker add-on for Annual Pass.