MagicBand+ To Launch At Walt Disney Word On July 27th
News - WDW 21-Jul-2022
MagicBand+ will launch on July 27th at The Walt Disney World Resort. MagicBand+ can do everything a MagicBand can do, like opening your hotel room, entering the parks, and more. MagicBand+ will include colour-changing lights, haptic vibrations, and gesture recognition. Magicband+ will be available starting at $34.99. More than 25 MagicBand+ designs will be available at launch from these locations:
Magic Kingdom Park: Emporium
EPCOT: Pin Traders – Camera Center
Disney's Hollywood Studios: Celebrity 5 & 10 and Tatooine Traders
Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park: Discovery Trading Company
Disney Springs: Disney’s Pin Traders
Select merchandise locations at Disney Resort hotels
Disney Fab 50 Quest
You can interact with the Disney Fab 50 Character Collection throughout all four theme parks with the "Disney Fab 50 Quest." Raise your Magicband+ close to any of the 50th anniversary gold statues and they'll come to life and speak to you.
On Batuu, MagicBand+ is your guide to seeking numerous virtual bounties hidden across Black Spire Outpost with the Star Wars: Batuu Bounty Hunters experience. Vibrations and lights on MagicBand+ guide you down the right path. When you find your Bounty, you can use the Play Disney Parks app's augmented reality thermal viewer to reveal who's hiding in the shadows.
During "Disney Enchantment" at Magic Kingdom Park and "Harmonious" at EPCOT, MagicBand+ complements the magic in the skies, lighting up and vibrating in sync with fireworks, visual effects, and music. Your MagicBand+ will also engage as all four theme park icons transform into Beacons of Magic!
Disney say the battery on MagicBand+ will last between 1 and 3 days. So it's likely these need to be charged every night. Although, even if your MagicBand+ has ran out of battery, it can still used at touch points such as park entry, Lightning Lane entry, room entry, and at Photopass locations.
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