Published On: Wed, Aug 18th, 2021

Disneyland Scraps Fastpass Service, Offers New ‘Lightening Lane’ Access

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ANAHEIM—Disneyland fans: Say goodbye to Fastpass. Say hello to Genie. The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim and the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida will introduce a pair of new digital services for park visitors this fall, offering planning tips and—for a $20-per-ticket fee plus additional costs for some rides—access to newly dubbed “Lightning Lanes” allowing people to skip the long lines at select popular attractions. The services will replace the free traditional Fastpass service that gave visitors a time window to skip lines at popular attractions, and the $20 MaxPass service, which was a phone-based Fastpass system that also included unlimited photo downloads from park photographers. Under the new system, visitors can choose from the free Disney Genie app, which helps people plan their day by recommending the best times to visit selected activities and attractions, while also displaying current and anticipated wait times at rides and other experiences. The … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

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