FULL LIST of Pay-Per-Ride Attractions Revealed For Disney World

Disney World’s 50th-anniversary celebrations may have just kicked off, but even MORE changes will be coming to the parks soon!


On October 19th, the brand new planning feature, Disney Genie, will officially launch in Disney World bringing THREE new services to the My Disney Experience app. We’ve been breaking down everything that you need to know about Disney Genie (which is FREE) and the two services that will replace FastPass+, and now we have more details on which rides will be considered Individual Attraction Selection!

As a quick refresher, Individual Attraction Selections will be the new way to “skip the line” at some of Disney World’s most popular attractions that are NOT included in Disney Genie+. But, unlike FastPass+, to access these new Lightning Lanes (aka former FastPass lanes), guests will need to pay an extra cost that will vary by date, attraction, and park.


We previously knew only a few attractions that would be considered Individual Attraction Selections, but today Disney announced the FULL list of rides across all four parks. So, here are all 8 attractions that will have a pay-per-ride option:

Magic Kingdom

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train will be an Individual Attraction Selection option


Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Rise of the Resistance

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Expedition Everest

As far as pricing, it will change throughout the year, with prices rising during busier times of the year and lowering during the “off-season.” But, Disney has shared that when the service launches on October 19th, the maximum pricing will be $15 per person, per ride.

And, more specifically Individual Attraction Selections will cost $7 per person for Expedition Everest, $10-$12 per person for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, $9-$11 per person for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, and $15 per person for Rise of the Resistance.

Frozen Ever After

Individual Attraction Selections must be purchased on the day of your visit with day guests being able to begin making their reservations once they first enter the park that they are visiting and those staying at Disney World Resort hotels being able to make their reservations beginning at 7AM.

Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway

And, don’t forget that each guest will be limited to two Individual Attraction Lightning Lane Selections per day (NOT per park)

Space Mountain

We’ll be sure to update you on everything you need to know about Disney Genie and beyond soon! In the meantime, stay tuned with All Ears for the latest Disney entertainment and news!

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10 Replies to “FULL LIST of Pay-Per-Ride Attractions Revealed For Disney World”

  1. This will get very expensive for families. What is the justification for this extra charge? The park passes are already pretty pricey. My family is fortunate to be able to absorb these fees but alot of people will think twice before making a WDW trip.

  2. I will not be using genie + or the pay per ride. If Walt Disney were alive this would not be happening. WDW is tuning into a not so family friendly place. We are going in November for 10 days and because of all this I think it will be our last trip for quite a while. I had been going every year for over 20 years.

  3. More Expensive and Less Convenient. What Every Family Has Been Looking For. That should be the new slogan to replace the Most Magical Place on Earth.

  4. Yes, but watch how many people fall for it. Disney knows there is nothing they can do to stop the flow of money…and by the way, that’s all they care about. Come and get it, Magic for sale to the highest bidder.

    1. AGREE!! So for 3 people to go to the park and be able to get on a number of rides (or face LONG LINES) You need $90 for the 2 top tier rides, $45 for the “lightening lanes” and the price of a ticket for each person (low end $327). Also need to add at least $25 to park. So 1 day now costs without food, drink, lodging etc. a minimum of $487 for a day.
      I know you could forgo the $135, but no one wants to wait a minimum of 30 minutes for a ride which will only increase as more people buy into the convenience fees.