Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance Opening Day at Disneyland – How I Failed, and Succeeded, At Getting On The Ride (Spoiler Free)

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  1. Ema Nymton says:

    This boarding system seems terrible.

    What about those people (like me) that don’t take their phones with them to a park? or who don’t have a local sim/roaming plan.

    I certainly don’t want to have to keep checking on my phone all day to board a ride.

    • Eric says:

      There are a couple places to get physical boarding passes in Disneyland. I think there’s one spot at Buzz Lightyear Astroblasters, and spot over near Splash Mountain. I don’t know how likely it is you’ll get one there, but if you run over to one of them as soon as the park rope drops and get in line, you might be able to. As for checking whether your group is called, there are a few signs posted throughout the park that say which groups have been called. Unfortunately you’ll have to keep coming back to them to check, so you can’t venture too far away (but know that even at their best they get through about 12 groups an hour, so you can make a little bit of a guess when your group might be called).

      – Eric

  2. Ari says:

    Hi! I went on January 22nd and got scanned into the park shortly after 8am and got group 104. I was disappointed when I received a notification around 5:30pm that we weren’t going to be able to ride it that day. They ended up accepting up to group 90, as the park was closing at 9pm that day (a Wednesday). Will try to get there a bit earlier next time to try to get in. Good luck to everyone who haven’t already been!

  3. Michelle says:

    Wish me luck, going on March 11th, hoping the crowds have decreased! Thanks for the info! Been saving my pennies to take my daughters. Really hoping to get on, visiting from Arizona

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