Disney World Advance Lightning Lane Passes Available for Purchase by Canadian Guests

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Princess Fairytale Hall Standby and Lightning Lane sign

Disney World Advance Lightning Lane Passes Available for Purchase by Canadian Guests

Canadian guests are eligible to purchase advance Lightning Lane passes in the same manner as guests in the United States when the new system goes into effect at Walt Disney World Resort.

Canadian Guests Eligible to Purchase Advance Lightning Lane Passes

Princess Fairytale Hall Standby and Lightning Lane sign

Earlier this week, we reported that international guests would not be able to purchase Lightning Lane Multi Pass or Lightning Lane Single Pass before arriving in the United States. However, today Disney confirmed that guests in Canada will be able to purchase advance Lightning Lane passes in the same manner as guests in the United States.

This means that Candian guests who are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel can reserve Lightning Lane passes up to seven days before their stay begins. They can then book advance Lightning Lane passes for their entire trip up to 14 days. Canadian guests who are not staying at an eligible Walt Disney World Resort hotel will be able to make their reservations up to three days before their trip.

For guests who are not in the US or Canada, Lightning Lane purchases cannot be made until they arrive in the United States.

A close-up of a ticket reveals the magic of Genie+, giving you swift access to Lightning Lane at Walt Disney World.

The new Lightning Lane system will go into effect on July 24, 2024. Guests who purchase Lightning Lane Multi Pass will be able to make up to three reservations in a single park each day of their trip. The new system will categorize each attraction into one of two tiers. Guests may select one option from Tier 1 and two options from Tier 2 before arriving.

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