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  • On Jan 16, 2024
    Michael from NC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    If two people in my party want to use Genie+ for one ride and two other people want to use Genie+ for a different ride at the same time, is it possible to book both?

    Hi Michael. Welcome to planDisney, where all of your burning Disney vacation planning questions get answered!

    Ever since the Disney Genie+ Service launched at the Walt Disney World Resort, it has been a must-purchase for me. While I love to have the option to stand in the standard standby queue if I want to for most attractions, I also love the option of purchasing this service to get access to Lightning Lanes for a shorter wait time. In fact, I'm usually doing a combination of both: reserving a Lightning Lane for the more popular rides and standing in lines for ones that don't rack up as high of a wait. Or I'm snacking while I wait. And with Virtual Queues and the ability to purchase Individual Lightning Lanes, there are so many options and because of this, there's ultimate flexibility!

    Anyone who has purchased the Disney Genie+ Service can reserve rides however they see fit (subject to availability). They can make a reservation just for them, for one other person, or any other combination (including the entire group) as long as they are connected through the My Family & Friends list. So yes, if 2 people want to ride one attraction and the other 2 want to ride a different attraction at the same time and there's availability, that's totally allowed...and encouraged if that's your heart's desire!

    Keep in mind that when making Lightning Lane reservations through the Disney Genie+ Service, each Guest can make one at a time (or another member of the party can make one reservation for them one at a time). Once the reservation has been used, you can make another. If the reservation you make is for much later on in the day, you don't have to wait until you've used that reservation to make another one. Instead, you can make a new reservation 120 minutes after you made your last one (or, if you made it at the beginning of the day at 7 a.m., you can make a new one 120 minutes after the park opens). 

    Michael, I hope you enjoy each and every attraction you experience at the Walt Disney World Resort. If you have any other questions, you can reach out to me and I'll get them answered!

    This here’s the wildest ride in the wilderness,
    Matt
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Meet the Panelist: Matt, New Jersey

Well hello there! I'm Matt and I'm a Disney-loving husband, teacher, and uncle from New Jersey. You can often find me tasting my way around an EPCOT festival, rope-dropping Magic Kingdom Park, or conquering all of the Disney Mountains. I can't wait to help you reach out and find your happily ever after on your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Matt

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