Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort will begin offering park visitors a new way to skip the lines for their favorite attractions after retiring the popular FastPass ride reservation system.

On Wednesday, the company announced plans to launch Disney Genie, a new digital service available through the Disney Parks apps that features a personalized itinerary to allow guests to maximize their park time.  

Disney Genie will be a free service that allows customers to plan their entire day in the theme park and gives them tips to help reduce line times.

Guests will be able to use the app to map out their food experiences, favorite attractions, entertainment, and interests such as Star Wars, Disney princesses, and more.

However, Disney will also offer an additional service called Genie+, which will cost $15 per ticket, each day at Disney World, and $20 at Disneyland.

Genie+ will allow guests to enter the new Lightning Lanes, which will replace the FastPass lines. The service will allow guests to enter virtual lines and choose the time they would like to ride the attraction.

The feature will also give parkgoers access to Disney parks-themed audio experiences, unlimited PhotoPass downloads, and augmented reality photo filters.

Disney Genie and Genie+ are expected to launch this fall at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort.

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