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It now costs how much to enjoy Rise of the Resistance?

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It now costs how much to enjoy Rise of the Resistance?
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Yesterday we announced big price increases at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Today we see these new price increases take effect. Would you now be willing to pay this much per person to enjoy Rise of the Resistance?

Big Price Increases

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Yesterday was one for the Disney News record books, but not in the best way possible. We have seen big price increases for several experiences including:

Disney Genie+ & Individual Lightning Lanes

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In October 2021, Walt Disney World unveiled the Disney Genie. This provides guests with a free tip board.  Disney Genie+ is a one-day fee add-on where you can access even more attractions with shorter wait times. Each day guests pay to use Genie+. 

Finally, the third option is Individual Lightning Lane where guests can purchase return times for select attractions. We have seen some change over the past year for Individual Lighting Lane attractions at Walt Disney World.

Yesterday we shared that variable pricing is coming to Disney Genie+ and this morning we have seen this new variable pricing take effect at Walt Disney World. Check this out HERE.

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In addition to variable pricing for Disney Genie+, we now see an increase in the price of Individual Lightning Lane attractions. Here is the breakdown in cost for each Individual Lightning Lane: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is $11, Avatar Flight of Passage is $14, and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind is $15.

Today we see a price increase of Disney Genie+ along with prices for Individual Lightning Lanes. The price for Rise of the Resistance is now $20 to enjoy this attraction today.

Rise of the Resistance continues to be one of the most sought-after Individual Lightning Lanes. The price for this Individual Lightning Lane is typically the same price as Disney Genie+.

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Today for one person to purchase an Individual Lightning Lane for Rise of the Resistance is $20. This price will continue to fluctuate as will the price of Disney Genie+ from $15 up to $22 depending on the day. This is quite a jump for large families hoping to enjoy this attraction.

Would you be willing to pay these prices for Disney Genie+ and Individual Lightning Lane? Would you choose to rope drop to enjoy your favorite attractions rather than to pay these prices? Share your thoughts with us on our Facebook Page.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Enough is enough already!! You ate making people go broke to be able to enjoy a vacation they already paid an arm and a leg for, and are making it only for the wealthy to enjoy! Such BS!

  2. Had no problems rope dropping Rise on Sept 19th. Rode Skyliner from Pop Century and even though some of the C. Beach Skyliner riders beat us there (we beat all the bus people) we were still close to the front to tap in (2nd family in our line) and one of the first groups to ride. We did not get Genie+ at all on our trip and did not feel it was needed. Even though early entry is only a half hour it still helps to get a short line on a headliner. Hollywood and Epcot both let us us start riding rides before official early entry. Magic did not. Animal we missed the early bus so we got there just after early entry so I’m not sure if they allowed people to ride before early entry.

  3. They raised the price on just about everything else in the parks too and didn’t even bother to stagger it just did them all at once because they don’t even respect us enough to lie. They know enough people will be ignorant and gladly go into debt on their next trip. Bob Chapek and co. make the vultures on Splash Mountain look like a couple of good samaritans.

  4. This is rediculous! No ride is worth that much to us. Disney has become a greedy vulture. We will be skipping rides on our trip in December.

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