Walt Disney World is making a significant tweak to its recently-launched Disney Genie+ system — albeit for a limited time. Through August 7th, three popular attractions will forgo offering Individual Lightning Lane and instead be added to Disney Genie+.
- Beginning tomorrow, February 25th through August 7th, three Walt Disney World attractions will temporarily be offered as Disney Genie+ selections instead of offering Individual Lightning Lane purchases.
- These attractions include:
- During this time period, these attractions will not be available for purchase a la carte. This is to help give guests more options during the busy spring and summer seasons.
- During the past holiday season, this change was also implemented with the additional inclusion of Expedition Everest. However, Expedition Everest is currently closed for refurbishment through mid-April. It’s unclear whether the attraction will return to Individual Lightning Lane when it does reopen or whether it'll be added to Disney Genie+ like it was in the winter.
- Meanwhile, the following attractions will remain the only Individual Lightning Lane options during this period:
- More information about Lightning Lane can be found on the official Walt Disney World website.
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