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Park Passes & Lightning Lane ‘Experience Redemptions’ Being Distributed for Guests Staying at Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

With the launch of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser just weeks away, Park Passes and Lightning Lane reservations are being assigned to the resort’s first guests.

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As part of the experience, an offboard excursion to Black Spire Outpost on Batuu is included. For those who aren’t fully versed in the world of the Halcyon, this means that Park Passes are included for a visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios to experience Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

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Also included in the package is front-of-the-line access to both Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.

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Technically, these are called “experiences,” since unlike Lightning Lane, these don’t have an assigned timeframe.

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The inaugural voyage of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser begins March 1.

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  1. I get using “Experiences” to some extent, but when the excursion bus pulls up, they’re going to essentially dump a ton of people into SWGE with passes and anyone else who bought a ILL will suddenly be waiting in a massive line and standby will just freeze up while they clear the Lightning Lane. If you think that most of the hotel guests won’t just head to their special attractions right away, you’ve never seen a rope drop. ;-)
    The problem is that there’s no longer a smoothing out of the people in the ILLs for attractions and the regular guests won’t have a clue when the hotel guests arrive. This has the makings of bad Disney planning again. Disney used to be good at people and queue management until they became slaves to the data.

    1. I don’t think there’s enough capacity in the StarCruiser for this effect to even be all that noticeable.

      I also am not sure the rope-drop comparison is all that relevant. The point of people running to attractions at rope-drop is that they don’t have a pass to bypass the line, and they want to get there before the lines get long. That won’t have any applicability to this.

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