Genie+, the paid skip-the-line service that replaced Fastpass+ will now cost different amounts for each of the four theme parks starting June 27th. Guests will have the option to purchase Genie+ for a specific park, or choose a multi-park option. The multi-park option will essentially be the Genie+ service as it is now. Scott Gustin has shared an image of what this new system will look like.
As we recently shared, we are working on ways to simplify the Disney Genie+ service, including offering the ability to plan before the day of your visit, which many Guests have asked for. We plan to share more news in the future, but in the meantime, we also want to improve the experience for guests using the service as it exists today, so we will be making an update as we continue to listen to guests.
Beginning June 27, Guests at Walt Disney World will now purchase Disney Genie+ service based on how they want to visit. Guests will be able to select either a single-park option or a multiple-parks option, subject to availability. With this update, prices may now be lower at some Walt Disney World theme parks compared to others. Guests will continue to be able to purchase Disney Genie+ service through the My Disney Experience app on the day of their visit.
We will continue to listen to guest feedback, and look forward to sharing more information about updates to Disney Genie+ in the future.
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