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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Virtual Queue Boarding Pass System

With the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studio’s we also were introduced to the Virtual Queue Boarding Pass system. This was used most recently in Disneyland for the initial opening of Galaxy’s Edge, here is a look into how it works.

The boarding passes will only be available as the park starts to fill up so you will want to check your My Disney Experience App after entering Hollywood Studios and while headed towards Galaxy’s Edge.

If there is still room available for guests to enter the land, your app will look like this:

Your MDE App will note that the land is OPEN and that Boarding Groups are not required.

If Boarding Groups are required, the “Join Boarding Group” button turns red and you simply click it to join a Boarding Group for your party. The App will tell you which Boarding Group is currently “boarding”, so make sure you have downloaded the most recent version of the My Disney Experience App and have turned on your Push Notifications.

While you are waiting for your turn to enter, you can enjoy the rest of Hollywood Studios.  

Just a reminder, you will need reservations for Savi’s Workshop to build a lightsaber, Droid Depot to build a droid or for Oga’s Cantina. If you have a reservation for one of these locations, you SHOULD be able to enter Galaxy’s Edge at least 15 minutes before your reservation time, a Cast Member should be able to answer any questions regarding that while you are there.

There is so much to see and experience at Walt Disney World and even more new and exciting things to come. Contact me today for your FREE, NO OBLIGATION quote for your next Walt Disney World vacation!http://www.facebook.com/kristieryan.travel

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