Disney's Premier Access is Disneyland Paris' version of a paid for FastPass service which debuted back in July 2021. This service allows guests to purchase individual tickets to FastPass the top twelve attractions at the Disneyland Paris Resort. It has just been announced that Disney will launch a new Premier Access option this summer which will include access to all twelve rides for one price.
We already know that the cost for individual premier access attractions can fluctuate depending on the time of the year and how busy the park is just as the Individual Lightning Lane selection at Walt Disneyland and Disneyland do.
In the recent press release, Disney said; “Following the introduction of Disney Premier Access last year, Disneyland Paris will launch this summer Disney Premier Access Ultimate, an optional digital service that provides guests with one-time expedited access to 12 of our most popular attractions across both parks, starting at 90€.
This new option will be called, Disney Premier Access Ultimate, and enable guests to pay one price and then skip the line for each of the following attractions:
- Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast
- Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain
- Star Tours: The Adventure Continues
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- Big Thunder Mountain
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
- Ratatouille: The Adventure
- Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril
- Phantom Manor
- Crush’s Coaster
With prices having just increased for the individual Disney Premier access this may work out a more cost effective way if you want to skip the line of a number of attractions from the list and you can afford it.
It currently says that this all in one Disney Premier Access Ultimate ticket will cost from 90€ but we are guessing this price will increase considerably at busy times.
With the introduction of this new option at Disneyland Paris Resort it makes us ask the question whether we will see something similar coming to Walt Disney World which has a high price point but guarentees the guest can skip the line for a set amount of attractions from the Genie+ selection. We are expecting that Disney will be forced into doing something soon to try to improve the current Genie+ service at Walt Disney World. Could this be an option?
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