Though Disney Genie Service and Genie+ are not yet available, we’re now seeing our first sign of the FastPass+ replacement in Walt Disney World.
The FastPass+ sign at Magic Kingdom’s “it’s a small world” has been “replaced” with a Lightning Lane sign.
It’s just a poorly-matched decal.
Genie+ will allow guests to pay for access to an attraction’s Lightning Lane, where they can skip the stand-by line.
Of course, the lane is not yet available and Cast Members standing in front of it were directing guests to the main entrance. Disney Genie is set to launch this fall.
The FastPass+ line at Tomorrowland Speedway has also become a Lightning Lane.
From a distance, this sign matches a little better than the “it’s a small world” sign.
Up close, however, we can still see the debossed “FastPass+ Entrance” beneath “Lightning Lane.”
Jungle Cruise—no stranger to new signage—also has an updated Lightning Lane sign.
It has yet to be yellowed and weathered to match the stand-by entrance, but that will happen with time no matter what.
Flat signage is being completed first, as three-dimensional FastPass+ signs will need more than just an updated decal. Many signs will need to be replaced entirely.
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