Walt Disney World Renames Special Charitable Pass to ‘Disney Wishes Pass’ to Avoid Confusion With Disney Genie Service

Walt Disney World has renamed its special passes given out to charitable wish-granting organizations to the “Disney Wishes Pass” beginning January 10.


The pass had previously been known as the “Genie Wish Pass,” meaning that the name change is likely to avoid confusion with Disney Genie, the trip-planning feature that attempts to help guests maximize their time, and Disney Genie+, the upcharge offering that allows guests to skip the line at select attractions.

Starting January 10, Disney Wishes Passes will be given to all families checking into Give Kids the World Village, though the offerings will remain the same. The special privileges include:

  • Express and/or alternate entry to all theme park attractions
  • Free wheelchair or single stroller rental
  • Stroller and wheelchair access through attraction queues
  • Access to the Disney Wish Lounge at the Magic Kingdom

Prior to the launch, Genie Wish Passes will continue to be accepted as official credentials for wish families.

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