On your mark, get set, and go get your wallet out because this here is going to cost you. The prices for the Genie+ and Lightning Lane individual attractions have been released and from the looks of it, this is going to add even more of a burden on your wallet during your next trip to Walt Disney World. Here’s what you need to know.
Here’s How Much Genie+ And Lightning Lane Individual Attractions Will Cost At Walt Disney World
The Disney Genie+ service will allow guests to select arrival windows for Lightning Lane entrances to over 40 different attractions at the park. The Disney Genie+ service will be available for $15 per guest, per day and $20 at Disneyland Resort to gain access to shortened wait times using a new Lightning Lane on most attractions, including Haunted Mansion and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Guests will only be able to use the Lightning Lane once per attraction per day.
Also, it’s been noted that guests with Park Hopper access will be able to use this service at any of the Walt Disney World theme parks in one day. So, if you are a family of four and plan on visiting Walt Disney World for several days, then well, you can do the math for how much that’s going to cost you.
While Genie+ will give guests access to the expedited Lightning Lane and a reduced wait for most attractions, it won’t include every attraction. Other “highly demanded” attractions, including Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Space Mountain at Walt Disney World, will be available exclusively as “individual attraction selections.”
According to Disney, all attractions will continue to offer a traditional standby queue or, in some instances, a virtual queue.
“Disney Genie listens to the preferences that guests share with us to help design their best day and deliver an experience that’s made just for them,” Josh D’Amaro, Chairman, Disney Parks, Experiences and Product, said in a statement earlier this year. “Pairing incredible technology with more than 60 years of expertise about how our guests visit the parks, Disney Genie will personalize their Disney day, allowing guests to spend less time planning and waiting and more time doing the things they love.”
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