Disney announced today via the Disney Parks Blog that Disney World guests will soon have a new option for conveniently using their tickets. The Disney MagicMobile service will give smartphones and Apple Watches “access to MagicBand features” through the device’s digital wallet.

Unlike Disneyland’s digital ticket integration which requires scanning a barcode, MagicMobile will utilize your smart device’s NFC chip. This will make it possible to just tap your phone or your watch at a turnstile or access point to use your ticket to enter the park or redeem a FastPass+ reservation (once that system comes back online).

Guests won’t have to choose between using MagicMobile or a MagicBand, as you can seamlessly alternate between these systems during your Disney World vacation. MagicBands used to be an included freebie until Disney stopped giving away free MagicBands last year.

What does this mean for MagicBands? The wearable ticket isn’t going anywhere. You can still purchase MagicBands from Disney, and they announced that they will “soon be introducing more MagicBands in trendy new colors and fun designs featuring favorite Disney characters and stories.”

MagicBands will still have one advantage over MagicMobile when it comes to acting as your room key. Disney Parks Blog clarified that “our existing digital room key feature will continue to be available specifically within the My Disney Experience app.” This means that your phone will still be able to work as your room key, but you will have to open the Disney World app in order to access it, as the room key won’t be accessible via the integrated digital wallet. The smartphone will still be convenient, but not quite as convenient as just tapping your MagicBand on your door to enter your hotel room.

MagicMobile will launch in phases for Disney World guests later this year and will be available first on iOS.