Disney Parks Retires FastPass For Good, Launching 2 New Programs

Disney Parks Retires FastPass For Good, Launching 2 New Programs

Disney Parks‘ popular ride queue system “FastPass” and “MaxPass” are officially gone forever!

The “FastPass” was of course a ticket to skip longer lines to avoid waiting so long in order to go on the rides.

They were phased out during the pandemic when the parks reopened and many park goers have been anxiously awaiting the return of them, especially as park capacity increased. Now, there will be TWO new programs replacing the “FastPass.”

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The Disney Genie and the “Lightning Lane” are coming in as new alternatives. Disney Genie will be incorporated into the My Disney Experience and Disneyland apps as a way to help plan your day.

The Disney Genie feature is a service that acts like a personalized itinerary, mapping out your day with rides, dining and more, in order to maximize the fun on your trip to the park.

A few of the features include getting itinerary updates throughout the day, finding your favorites at a glance and bringing existing features together all in one place.

Disney Parks are also adding the “Lightning Lane” entrance that will work much like the FastPass. For $15 per ticket, per day at Walt Disney World, or $20 at Disneyland, guests can get the Disney Genie+ service, where you can “choose the next available time to arrive at a variety of attractions and experiences using the Lightning Lane entrance.”

With the Lightning Lane, you can only choose one selection at a time, throughout the day. The Lightning Lane selections will be made same day of your visit and can be used across multiple parks.

For more info on Disney Genie and Lightning Lane, check out the video below, and visit the Disney Parks Blog!

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