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  • On Mar 19, 2022
    Andrea from RCT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How does the DAS pass work with Genie please?

    Hey Howdy Hey Andrea and welcome to planDisney!

    I see you are hard at work planning your trip for September and thank you for your question! Both Disability Access Service and Genie+ with Lightning Lane benefits come with very similar usage in the parks so let's break them down. 

    With Disability Access Service, you can have up to three reservations for attractions in the parks per day. This is possible only if you register in advance. Once you get to the states, you can request registration through video chat. When you are approved, you get a special text-only chat to make these reservations that a Cast Member will help book for you. You are only able to get two advanced reservations per day this way. The other benefit is getting a rolling reservation that you can either use your My Disney Experience account to make these reservations or talk with a Cast Member at the location you would like to set up the pass for. With this benefit, after you use it, you get another and so on throughout your day in the parks. You will have this benefit for the length of your stay and is also something that applies to the Disability Access Services Guest plus five additional party members so six Guests in total. 

    With Genie+, this is an option for anyone visiting Disney Parks. You can purchase this in advance or on the day of. As long as you are staying at a Disney Resorts Collection hotel, you can make your first Lightning Lane reservation at 7:00 a.m. EST. This works similar to Disability Access Service in that you can make reservations for attractions throughout the parks depending on availability throughout the day. You can purchase this for the length of your stay or per day. 

    Both of these benefits will give you access to shorter wait times and minimize the time you are spending in lines. The member of your party could be approved for Disability Access Services as well as the purchase of Genie+, but there will be a lot to manage through your My Disney Experience app. Especially if you get to the states and can get approval for Advanced Disability Access Service, I am not sure if Genie+ will offer that much more of a benefit for you, but is entirely up to you if you want to try and get both. 

    I hope this helps clear up some confusion, but if you do have any further questions in regards to Disability Access Services, I would advise you to get in contact with them by email at disability.services@disneyparks.com or by phone (407) 560-2547. If you do have any further questions about planning your trip, please let us know we are happy to help!

    Have a Magical Day, 

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