The new Disney Genie service launched this week at Walt Disney World. There are three different options for this new service and one is the Individual Lightning Lane Selections. Certain rides are not included in the Disney Genie+ service and access to the Lightning Lane needs to be purchased separately.
The price for those attractions is based on the park it’s located in and the date. Today, we noticed that the prices for those individual attractions increased for the first time.
At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway is now $10 per person. The price has increased by $2.
At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Avatar Flight of Passage has increased by $3 to $14.
At EPCOT, both Frozen Ever After and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure have increased to $11 from $9.
And at Magic Kingdom, Space Mountain is up by $2 to $9, and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is up by $2 to $12.
It is the weekend so it can be assumed that prices for these individual Lightning Lane attractions will be more expensive during a weekend rather than during the week. Also, make sure you note that the price does not include tax. Tax will be applied to your total before you finalize the purchase.
The same goes for purchasing Disney Genie+. The price is $15 per person per day plus tax. Keep that in mind so you aren’t surprised when you go to purchase the new services.
Have you used any of the new Disney Genie services? What did you think?
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