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Select guests now blocked from the opening of TRON at the Magic Kingdom

Select guests now blocked from the opening of TRON at the Magic Kingdom
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We hope you grabbed your Park Reservations yesterday. Park Reservations are now unavailable for select guests.

Opening Date for Tron

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Tron Lightcycle Power Run roller coaster was first introduced to guests at Shanghai Disneyland Resorts. In this thrilling attraction, riders hop aboard motorcycle-style ride vehicles as they speed through the dark ride. It’s even more exciting because it is one of the fastest indoor coasters in the history of Disney’s parks.

We recently learned the confirmed height requirement, and Disney teased the opening date for the coaster! Yesterday, we finally have an opening date. Tron will open on April 4, 2023. See the official announcement HERE.

Park Reservations Unavailable

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Guests will need both a valid ticket and a park reservation to be present for the opening day of this attraction. Since the phased reopening of the theme parks, park reservations have been required for all four theme parks.

Although Disney makes more park passes available at times, it’s a good idea to secure them as soon as you book your vacation. This is especially important during busier times of the year.

In the past, limited Park Reservations mainly affected guests with park tickets and those staying at Disney Resorts. Now a new group of guests is unable to make a Park Reservation.

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Currently, all Annual Passholder groups are unable to make a Park Reservation for April 4th for the opening of TRON. Additional Park Reservations are added sporadically so this availability may open up once again. There are new changes for Annual Passholder Park Reservations at Walt Disney World. More on that HERE.

Currently, all Annual Passholder groups are unable to make a Park Reservation for April 4th for the opening of TRON.

Annual Passholders and a select group of other guests will be able to climb aboard TRON prior to the opening date. Read more about this HERE. There is so much to look forward to at Walt Disney World, be sure to grab your Park Reservations as soon as you can to enjoy all the fun.

What do you think of the Park Reservation system? Do you think the Park Reservations should be removed? Will you try to be at the official opening of TRON? Share your comments below.

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  1. These complainers are laughable. They really think they’re hurting Disney with their petty griping and “woke agenda” (eyeroll) claims. Yes, do stay away, like you’re always claiming you’ll do. Less people like that in the parks would be great! Disney is a for profit entertainment company. They have to find a balance between customer satisfaction and making money. I hope they can get there again. They can’t please everyone, but no one can. Fewer intolerant negative people, and fewer people at Disney in general would be wonderful.

  2. We TOTALLY agree. It’s no longer a vacation destination for our big family & friend group. It’s more like going to an unwanted high school class to learn how to access all the ridiculous systems. Too much trouble, no value for the money, resorts have turned into a money grabbing state fair feel. We aren’t taking our families to the “woke agenda” parks any longer. They can have it.

  3. Why do I need to be an expert on Disney junk policy just to visit? They’ve got reservations, passes, tickets, and special times to buy each. The last time I was at Disneyland was in 1985. I understand increases in price as an economic necessity, but the policy changes are confusing and unwelcome. Nevertheless, I plan to visit one last time in the Spring. Can anyone point me to a handbook on the current Disney bull?

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