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Select Disney guests can get Genie+ for FREE!

Select Disney guests can get Genie+ for FREE!
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Here is your chance to skip the line for free like we used to do with FastPass+. Select guests can get Genie+ at no cost! Find out how.


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We are about to experience an entire new way of park touring with Disney Genie. There is a fee version, Genie, that helps you plan your day by analyzing wait times, optimizing your wants and needs, and so much more.

A paid version, Genie+, will cost $15/person/day at Disney World and $20/person/day at Disneyland. It will essentially allow you to cut the line for almost every attraction in the theme parks. I will get to that list in just a moment.

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And finally, an a la carte option, Individual Lightning Lane Selections, will be available for those headliner rides.

That is the short and sweet version. I wrote up literally everything we know so far about this new feature HERE. You can find answers to your most burning questions and so much more you didn’t even know you needed to know.

How to get Genie+ for free

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D23 Gold Members can sign up on Thursday, October 14 (that’s tomorrow!) to be among the first to use Genie+ when it launches at Disney World. That’s the $15/person/day service.

The service will be free for registered members, but a limited number of them will be offered. Make sure you a are a GOLD Member! Registration opens at 1 pm ET/10 am PT.

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Here is your chance to get the skip the line benefits for free like we used to be able to do. To see a full list of rides that are included in Genie+ and Individual Lightning Lanes (which are not part of the free for D23 members opportunity), see our list HERE.

Hopefully we will see these fun little surprises in the future for other groups like Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members.

Are you a D23 Gold Member? Will you be registering to get Genie+ for free on October 19? Let us know in the comments below and on Facebook.


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