There’s One Way to SKIP Boarding Groups for Rise of the Resistance in Disney World

Right now, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is one of the hottest rides at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! However, the ride’s virtual queue system has left many of us heartbroken and unable to ride the hit attraction!

Rise of the Resistance

However, that all changes now with this new development!

You can now pay to get into the ride! How do you do that, you may ask? Well… .

Rise of the Resistance’s Entrance

Disney recently announced that if you have an official VIP tour for Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can skip the virtual queue and will be able to ride as part of the tour!

Inside the cue for Rise of the Resistance

Tours run between $425 and $750 per hour, so it’s certainly not a cheap option. Rise of the Resistance boarding groups can be really tough to get — we even made a whole guide about it!

Rise of the Resistance

So, if you don’t mind spending a little cash, you can guarantee a seat on one of Disney’s hottest rides! The Cast Member we spoke to said that guests can also try to grab a boarding group if they wish to ride more than once.

Rise of the Resistance

In a similar development, Disneyland Paris is trying a paid FastPass system! We’re always keeping up with the latest Disney news! Stay tuned for more!

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5 Replies to “There’s One Way to SKIP Boarding Groups for Rise of the Resistance in Disney World”

  1. Extra magic hours for Deluxe resort guest. Now the elite can pay hundreds to jump line in the most sought out attraction. I don’t believe this fits Walt’s dream for his theme park. It’s sad to see Disney head in this direction. Soon to be just another theme park instead of an outstanding leader. It’s just a matter of time until the rich grow tired of what Disney can offer and then it will be too late to build generational loyalty that earlier leaders like Eisner built once that happens.

  2. Disney is only catering to the stockholders and the wealthy. Certainly have lost sight of Walt’s original dream. Time to give up DVC, too, as perks have been slowly taken away as well. Trying to get on Rise of the Resistance virtually even once during a week stay is proving impossible to many. Ridiculous !

  3. Disney is fast becoming a place that a middle class family can no longer afford! It’s always been expensive but now it seems to catering to the wealthy.

  4. I really hope this is not the future of theme parks. Only the wealthy/elite will be able afford this access, and it makes me sad it comes down to money. I get that Disneyworld is a for profit business. But I would hate to see “The Happiest Place on Earth” become “the Happiest Place on Earth for the wealthy”.

  5. I have a VIP Toir next week. The paperwork says in no uncertain terms that RoR is NOT a ride that we can do. I got the paperwork today and they 5old me in our initial phone call. So this is weird.