If you’ve ever been to Disneyland, chances are you can agree that it is quite a magical experience. You can also probably agree the lines for the rides are pretty insane and that you would need to be willing to spend hours queuing up for a ride that will be over in quite literally minutes.

However, if you love Disneyland but hate the queues, Disney has the answer for you. The company has announced a new app called Genie which will let parkgoers skip the queue if they’re willing to pay for it. It will also replace the current system, Fastpass and Maxpass, that let parkgoers pay to reserve a time slot at an attraction.

So how much will it cost? Turns out it will be the same as the previous pass, where it will cost $20 a day at Disneyland, or $15 a day at the Florida parks. It will be similar to Fastpass and Maxpass where users can reserve a time slot, and users of the app will also be able to access a new “lightning lane” just for them.

That being said, not all of Disneyland’s rides and attractions will let users skip the queue, but if you’re hoping to save time and get the best experience possible, then this could be worth looking into.

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