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Major Changes Coming to Genie+ at Walt Disney World

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Disney has announced that changes are coming to Genie+ at Walt Disney World. The most significant of those changes regarding the service’s usefulness on any given day is that Genie+ will now be “subject to availability.” Meaning that Disney will cut off purchases once a set number of users have purchased the service.

Second, Disney will no longer allow guests to pre-purchase Genie+ with their tickets. Instead all guests, regardless of ticket type, will need to purchase the service on the day of their visit.

Both of these changes will go into effect on June 8, 2022.

Here’s what Disney had to say:

With the launch of new bookings, we will also make an adjustment to how guests purchase Disney Genie+ service, which remains popular and in high demand amongst our guests. From the beginning, our goal has been to launch, learn and evolve as we see how guests are using this service. 

Starting June 8, Disney Genie+ will only be offered for purchase through the My Disney Experience app on the day of your visit – we will no longer offer the option to purchase this service pre-arrival as a ticket add-on for dates remaining in 2022 and in 2023.   

This means that, moving forward, whether you have an Annual Pass, multi- or single-day ticket, you may only purchase Disney Genie+ service on the day of your visit via the app, one day at a time, subject to availability. We’re focused on delivering the best possible guest experience, and this adjustment will help manage the incredibly strong demand our guests have shown for Disney Genie+.

We expect that, on average, guests who purchase Disney Genie+ service will continue to enter 2-3 attractions or experiences each day using the Lightning Lane entrance when the first selection is made early in the day.  

  • Does anyone know if there will be issues or obstacles for those who need special accommodations?

  • I’m really not understanding this Genie + thing. There has never been a more complicated situation with getting on rides before. Having already paid over £2000 for tickets I’m NOT paying for any add ones. 3 of our 4 in pur party will have DAS passes. Do these work the same as Genie + where you have to book rides in advance. Disney is getting beyond a joke. This is our 10th time and have NEVER known it so bad and money grabbing. This will definately be our last time

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