Have you started a countdown yet?!
TRON Lightcycle / Run is opening on April 4th, 2023 in Magic Kingdom, and we seriously cannot wait to experience this new coaster. It’s been a long time coming, and now that the day is almost here Disney has shared NEW details about the ride. Here are all the details you need to know about the TRON Lightcycle / Run virtual queue.
TRON Lightcycle / Run will NOT feature a standby line when it opens — instead, there will be a Virtual Queue. You’ll also be able to ride this attraction by buying an Individual Lightning Lane.
Let’s go over the virtual queue basics:
- You’ll need to use the My Disney Experience app to try to join the virtual queue
- A standby queue will NOT be available
- You can enter the virtual queue only ONCE per day during regular park hours
- Boarding groups are limited, are not guaranteed, and are subject to availability
- NOT all boarding groups may be called to return depending on availability
- You will need a valid park ticket for Magic Kingdom
- You will also need a valid Park Pass reservation for Magic Kingdom
Thus far, Disney has NOT revealed the times at which those Boarding Groups will be distributed. If the Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind ride is any indication, distribution times could be 7AM and 1PM, but thus far Disney has not confirmed that it will be the same for TRON. We’ll be on the lookout for more details.
You’ll want to make sure you download the My Disney Experience app prior to the day you want to join the queue so you can join it quickly when the time comes!
We’ll keep you updated on everything regarding TRON Lightcycle / Run in Disney World, so stay tuned to AllEars for more!
What You Need To Know About TRON Lightcycle / Run’s Opening Day
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One Reply to “VIRTUAL QUEUE Details Announced for TRON Lightcycle / Run in Magic Kingdom”
So am I correct in assuming that staying on park property will have no benefit for getting on this ride? It’s a level playing field for all guests?