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Breaking: Pricing Revealed for new Guardians of the Galaxy attraction at Epcot

Breaking: Pricing Revealed for new Guardians of the Galaxy attraction at Epcot
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We now have a better idea of how much pricing will be for Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. See the Individual Lightning Lane Selection cost per person right here.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind

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Disney’s newest attraction at Epcot actually takes us back in time and across the cosmos to save the galaxy! This family-friendly (yet thrilling!) coaster is not found at any other theme park in the entire world! Plus, it is also the first-ever reverse launch coaster at Disney.

Dare I say it’s even more exciting?! Yes, Imagineers really went above and beyond by making the ride vehicles rotate 360 degrees so you can experience all the action around you. It is also one of the largest fully-enclosed coasters in the entire world.

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You can absolutely see why Cosmic Rewind will be the headliner at Epcot. The attraction will be in high demand for several months – much like Rise of the Resistance at Hollywood Studios.

And just like Rise of the Resistance, Disney has a plan to manage crowds and keep waiting to a minimum. There are two ways Disney will load Guests onto the ride: virtual queue and Individual Lightning Lane Selections. You can read all about how to join the virtual queue HERE.

Individual Lightning Lane Pricing

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As a quick reminder about how Individual Lightning Lane Selections (ILLS) work: you can select up to two headliner attractions per day in any park. They are not included in the $15 Genie service but are based as a la carte options.

Pricing for ILLS varies based on the attraction and date. Generally speaking, the ILLS are the most popular rides in the park. We have seen as low as $7 or $8 for Expedition Everest and as high as $18 for Rise of the Resistance.

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Since Cosmic Rewind is the only coaster in Epcot and the newest ride in all of Disney World, it is the understatement of the year to say that it will be a very popular attraction. Therefore, pricing will be more competitive.

According to theme park journalist Scott Gustin, from May 27-30, ILLS for Cosmic Rewind will be $17/person. Beginning May 31, the price drops to $14/person. However, it will fluctuate after that and you will not know pricing until you go to purchase it.

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will move to Genie+ on May 31, so after that Cosmic Rewind will be the only virtual queue option at Disney World.

What do you think of the pricing? Too high or not high enough? I personally was expecting it to be more! Share your thoughts with us in the comments below and on Facebook.

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