At the beginning of the year, Disneyland Paris introduced a new Premier Access program, which basically got rid of the FastPass system and replaced it with a program that allows guests to pay a little more to skip the queues at certain attractions. Sounds like Disney Genie + and pay per trip, right?
Premier Access works like this: a guest can choose to pay a supplement using the Disneyland Paris app to skip the row for each available attraction. Only certain attractions have this feature, but those that cost anywhere From 8 to 15 € (approximately $ 9 to $ 18).
The cost of Premier Access, however, is also subject to a price increase, which means it will cost more on days when parks are busier and demand is higher. However, it appears that Premier Access prices have dropped recently.
As we mentioned, the previous price for the lowest Premier access was € 8 (about $ 9). However, it has been reduced to € 5 (about $ 6). This price was available on weekdays.
The highest price was at the same time € 15 (around $ 17 USD), but it is now € 12 (about $ 10).
And that seems to be the overall price of the most priced Premier Access attractions.
This price change comes just after Disney revealed details about Selection of Disney Genie + and Individual Attraction for both Disney World and Disneyland. Disney Genie + will work similarly to Disneyland’s previous MaxPass system, but the selection of individual attractions will work much like Premier Access at Disneyland Paris. While we don’t yet know how much it will cost to select individual attractions at either park, we’ll let you know when we get to know more.
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