• On Jul 7, 2021
    Jamee from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am traveling to Hollywood Studios as a group of 14. Can one person get boarding passes for the entire group? Thanks!

    Bright Suns, traveler! 

    We’re honored to have you here joining our family of Jedi at planDisney, Jamee! Rey, Finn, and BB-8 are ready for you and your party to join their fight against the First Order. They need all the help they can get! 

    I’m pleased to tell you that you are more than welcome to have one member of your party log on to try to secure Boarding Passes for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance for your entire party. Just make sure each member of your party is linked to the “leader’s” account! In January, I traveled with a party of 13, and was able to join a Boarding Group one day, and join a back up Boarding Group the next day! (We were able to ride both days!) I would highly recommend trying right at 7am (on the My Disney Experience Mobile App) when the Boarding Groups are released for the first time, and again in the afternoon if you were unable to snag them the first time! 

    While you’re waiting for your Boarding Group to be called for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, wander the streets of Black Spire Outpost market while sipping some blue, or green, milk! Your whole party will love the adventure! 

    If you have additional inquiries before your journey, Jamee, we’d love to see your starship again at planDisney. 

    May the Force be with you! 
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Meet the Panelist: Allyn, Wyoming

Howdy Partners, I'm Allyn! My home has been, and will always be, the Walt Disney World Resort. But, when I'm not "home," I live in the heart of Wyoming. I'm living my fairy tale as a professional fine jewelry designer, fitness instructor, wife, and an extreme Disney enthusiast! Dreams do come true, and I cannot wait to share all of my magical Main Street, U.S.A smarts with you! Learn More About Allyn

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