Genie+ is Disney’s pay to skip-the-line service that allows guests to enter through a special line called the Lightning Lane rather than the standby line. The service allows guests to skip the line at the included attractions, once per ride per day and costs $15 plus tax (USD) per person per day.
The problem with Genie + was that not all the rides in the park were included in the new Genie+ system. The most popular and newest rides were gated behind a standalone system called Individual Attractions, which is a pay-per-attraction system.
In February 2020 Disney announced that it was temporarily adding some of the Individual Attractions to the Genie+ service. The rides added were “Frozen Ever After,” “Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure,” “Space Mountain,” “Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway” and “Expedition Everest.” And Disney said they would remain available as a part of the Genie+ package through Aug. 7.
What Is Disney Changing in Genie+?
Disney has decided to keep all these rides (“Frozen Ever After,” “Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure,” “Space Mountain,” “Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway” and “Expedition Everest,”) on Genie+, meaning guests will not have to pay for the Individual Attractions after August 7.
As of today, (August 4, 2022) the only rides that require the Individual Attraction booking are: “Seven Dwarfs Mine Train” at the Magic Kingdom, “”Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind” at Epcot, “Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance” at Hollywood Studios, and “Avatar Flight of Passage” at Animal Kingdom.
Keep in mind that Genie+ offerings can vary by date and are subject to change (or close), and are limited in availability — meaning they’re not guaranteed for the date/time of your visit.