The price of Disney World’s skip-the-line service, Disney Genie+, has matched the all-time high of $29 per person today. This price matches high-crowd periods like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Presidents Day weekend. The price bump comes as Disney World braces for Spring Break crowds.
Keep in mind that Disney Genie+ can sell out for the day, and we have seen that happen twice before. Disney doesn’t give notice of when it’ll sell out, so guests are encouraged to buy it and start utilizing it at or around 7am.
Prices for single-day tickets are set at the $149+ mark for almost every day from now through the end of April. As a reminder, not only is Genie+ dynamically priced but so are theme park tickets. Late last year, Disney World took the dynamic pricing of theme park tickets to a new level by pricing single-day tickets per park instead of just a single price for all four parks on a single day. For example, a single-day ticket tomorrow starts at $149 for Disney’s Animal Kingdom but jumps up to $164 for Magic Kingdom.
Earlier this week, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that he believes that Disney’s pricing is too high. Iger said that “in our zeal to grow profits, we may have been a little bit too aggressive about some of our pricing”. That said, Iger says he’s making changes. Iger said that it is important to “maintain that brand value of accessibility”.
It’s unlikely that Disney Genie+ will cease to exist in Iger’s quest for financial accessibility for the theme parks, but we will continue to keep an eye on the product and any changes that may occur.
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