Walt Disney World Parks & Resorts Senior Vice President Jim MacPhee talks about the rollout of "next-generation" park experiences, during a preview tour of MyMagic+, at the Magic Kingdom, Tuesday, March 18, 2014. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
Disney World has expanded its MyMagic+ program to include theme-park guests not staying in a Disney hotel, a Disney spokeswoman said Monday.
The program -- which allows visitors to make advance reservations for rides, attractions, show, meals and more -- has been in a been in a "test and adjust" period for months. Guests staying in a Disney resort were among the first try the program, followed by Disney World annual passholders.
Most MyMagic+ users are armed with MagicBands, a chip-embedded wristband, that doubles as admission ticket, reservation keeper, charge card and hotel-room key.
Now guests who are visiting just for a day can also register to make reservations -- known as FastPass+ -- via the My Disney Experience website app. Currently, users can make three reservations per day, and those must stay within just one of Disney's four theme parks.
MagicBands are reportedly on sale at some park locations for $12.95.