Want to save the most amount of time in line at Disney World? In our Guide 2 Lightning Lane at Disney World, we share our best strategies and ride recommendations to help you get the most out of your Genie+ purchase. In each section, we go park by park and let you know if Genie+ is worth it and if you should consider buying Individual Lightning Lane for attractions like Rise of the Resistance and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. If you’re looking to make the most of your time at Disney World, don’t miss this guide.

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The Guide 2 Lightning Lane at Disney World

Part 1: Magic Kingdom Lightning Lane Guide

Is Genie+ worth it at Magic Kingdom? Which rides should you prioritize, and which rides can you skip for Lightning Lane? Find out in our Magic Kingdom Lightning Lane guide.

Race around Disney World’s second park with our Epcot Lightning Lane Guide. With only 9 attractions included, we let you know if you should buy Genie+ if you go to Epcot.

With some of the most in-demand attractions, we share strategies on how to make the right Lightning Lane picks at Hollywood Studios to ride all the biggest rides in one day.

Taking a trek to Pandora? Our Animal Kingdom Lightning Lane Guide will let you know the best way to spend your money to save time in line at Disney World’s wildest park.

Also be sure to check out our Guide 2 Disney Genie, which will tell you everything you need to know about Disney World’s FastPass replacement. Don’t miss our strategies on how to maximize Genie+ Lightning Lane reservations, which will let you know how to best manage your Lightning Lane times and stack reservations in the app.

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James is a lifelong Disney Parks fan. While at the parks, he loves finding new details, learning more about Disney World history, and taking pictures. His favorite WDW attractions include Spaceship Earth, Tower of Terror, and Star Tours.
James is a filmmaker and writer based in Los Angeles.

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