If you are heading over to Disneyland for the opening of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance on January 17th, here are the details that the Disney Parks Blog have posted in regards to Virtual Queuing (Boarding Passes.)
Make sure you download the Disneyland mobile App.
The Disneyland app* allows you to navigate that land and even utilize the mobile ordering feature at select dining locations when you are in the land. Be sure to download before you go!
Have it ready!
Here’s how you can get into the virtual queue if it’s needed (which we know it will be.)
Starting on January 17, 2020, the “Disneyland app will have a dedicated module, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance – Access by Boarding Group, available from the main page. Here’s how it will work:
- Request to join a boarding group to ride the attraction, once you have entered Disneyland park. The virtual queue will not be available until published park opening hours.
- Boarding groups will be sent a push notification when it is their turn to enter the attraction queue and you can monitor status of boarding groups from the app.
- There also will be the ability to join a boarding group from select locations inside Disneyland park, if you are not using the app. The boarding group is tied to admission that will be scanned upon entry of the attraction.
- Signage throughout the park will also display boarding group status.
- Admission into Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance will be subject to capacity, and having an assigned boarding group will not guarantee entrance to the attraction.”
If it is anything like it’s been at Walt Disney World, you will need a boarding pass to ride. You will likely need to be there early to obtain one.
Hopefully it won’t be as bad as it has been at Walt Disney World. Keep trying to get one. May the Force be with you!
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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