Fast Passes are history.
Disney has announced the official launch date for its Disney Genie Service, along with its Fast Pass replacement service, Disney Genie+. In addition to allowing some guests to bypass lines, the services will provide a number of other features based on maximizing each visit to the park.
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The Disney Genie Service will launch on October 19 at Disney World in Florida. According to a post on the official Disney Parks blog, the app works in the same way as navigation apps on smartphones.
“Available to all of our guests on the My Disney Experience app, the free Disney Genie service brings new features to help you create your best Disney day,” the post read. These features include a personalized itinerary maker that effortlessly and smartly maps out an entire day, inspired by the things you tell us you love — so you can get the most out of your park time, so you can have more fun to have.”
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The Disney Genie+ add-on is available for purchase for 40 attractions. The feature also allows guests to purchase the add-on for individual attractions.
Attractions such as Space Mountain and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run will have lightning orbits available for the Genie+ at launch.
The regular Genie Service allows guests to plan their days and track rides and attractions that they haven’t experienced yet. It will help create itineraries for guests that reduce the amount of time waiting in line and take into account their favorite rides.
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Disney Genie Service will arrive at Disneyland in California at a later date.