• On Dec 7, 2020
    Sai from Essex Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    If we have a member with a das card do we still require to try to get a boarding group for rise of resistance or do we go up to the cm and ask for a time to come back? Please let me know

    Welcome back to planDisney, Sai! I'm so glad that I get to answer another question for you today. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is one of the most popular attractions at Walt Disney World Resort right now and when you ride it next November it won't be hard for you to see why. You'll be dropped right into the ongoing battle between the Resistance and the First Order and I promise that you'll be picking your jaw up off the floor when it's all over!

    Guests using Disability Access Service who want to ride Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance do still need to join a Boarding Group using the My Disney Experience app. When your Boarding Group number is called, you'll let a Cast Member at the front of the attraction know that you're using DAS and they'll take it from there and tell you how to proceed through the queue. To join a Boarding Group, have your My Disney Experience app open and ready at 7 a.m. and click on the "Join" button on the home screen, which should be one of the first things you'll see when the app opens. You can join a Boarding Group from anywhere nearby as long as you have a ticket and a Disney Park Pass reservation for Disney's Hollywood Studios. My friends and I were recently lucky enough to join Boarding Group 5 while we were still in our pajamas at Disney's Pop Century Resort! It felt really good to celebrate with coffee and Mickey Waffles after that early morning success. Boarding Groups go very quickly in the morning, sometimes in minutes or less, so if you don't get a number in the first round make sure that you're inside Disney's Hollywood Studios when the second round drops at 2 p.m. Only guests in the Theme Park are eligible for the 2 p.m. release, so make sure you're inside and connected to wi-fi or mobile data service at that time if you want to try again. The Boarding Group process has evolved a bit since the debut of this attraction in 2019, so stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog in the time leading up to your vacation so you're up-to-date on all of the current methods at the time of your trip.

    Have a magical day, Sai!

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I'm a personal stylist and I live in Texas with my husband and our three rescue animals. We are Disney Parks-obsessed and love enjoying all the magic that's out there especially for grown-ups. In fact, we even opted out of a tropical honeymoon to spend a blissful week at Walt Disney World Resort instead! I'm thrilled to be on the planDisney Panel and I'm excited to share everything I've learned from all of our trips and help you plan a memorable family vacation.  Learn More About Jessica

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