WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure Will Utilize Virtual Queue–Here are the Details


When Avengers Campus opens at Disney California Adventure, on June 4th, guests will be able to use the Virtual Queue to ride the WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure attraction.

The attraction will only be accessible by gaining access to the virtual queuing system, just like ‘Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance’ in Galaxy’s Edge.

Guests can try to get a an assigned queue time twice a day and it does allow for park hoppers to gain entry as well.

Here is what the Disneyland website says:

Guests are required to join the virtual queue, only accessible via the Disneyland mobile app. Distribution times for virtual queue enrollment are at 7:00 AM and 12:00 PM each day, subject to availability. In order to give as many Guests as possible the opportunity to sling webs alongside Spider-Man, each Guest can enter the virtual queue no more than once per day.

You will be able to reserve a spot once per day. Using the Disneyland mobile app guests can try for a spot at 7AM and 12PM.

For those starting their day at Disney California Adventure (with a valid ticket and park reservation) they will be able to try for a spot at 7AM they day of their reservation.  Guests do not have to be at the park and can do this from their home, hotel, or other location at that time.

If you can’t get one at 7AM the passes will reopen at 12PM.

Guests who are park hopping, and have already entered Disneyland Park with their valid ticket and theme park reservation can try for a virtual queue spot at 12PM and then hop to Disney California Adventure Park after 1PM for their boarding group.

You must enter Disneyland Park before noon to try for a virtual queue spot.

If you need more information you can visit the Disneyland website to learn more.

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