The ride opened in December 2019, and since then it’s used a virtual queue to admit guests. Using the My Disney Experience app, guests can try and reserve a spot starting at 7AM on the day of their visit. These spots are usually gone by 7:01AM, but today there were still available spots WAY later!
While we were in Disney’s Hollywood Studios today, we checked on the boarding passes (the name for ride reservations on Rise of the Resistance) to see if any were available. To our surprise, there were still some available after 8AM — an hour after the virtual queue opened!
These passes generally run out FAST in the mornings, but guests can try again for a boarding pass at 1PM on the same day. We’ve seen these afternoon passes remain available for a little longer lately, but we’ve never seen such a long opening window for the morning passes.
Disney World crowd levels are REALLY low right now, which likely accounts for the increased availability of boarding passes. We even saw a stand-by line for Rise of the Resistance a couple of weeks ago!
We’ll keep an eye on the passes and let you know how long they’re staying open! Keep following DFB for more news about the crazy low crowds in Disney World.
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