Disney confirms registration for TRON Lightcycle Run passholder previews will begin February 16

Feb 13, 2023 in "Tron Lightcycle Run rollercoaster"

Posted: Monday February 13, 2023 11:22am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Registration for Annual Passholder previews of TRON Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom will begin February 16, 2023.

Disney has started notifying passholders via email to be on the lookout for registration emails later this week.

According to WDWMAGIC sources familiar with the preview plans, Disney will begin Annual Passholder previews for TRON Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom in early March 2023, one month before the official opening on April 4, 2023.

Approximately nine days of Annual Passholder previews are expected beginning around March 4, 2023.

The length of previews is consistent with recent attraction openings, including Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind, which had eight days of passholder previews, and Remy's Ratatouille Adventure, which had twelve days of passholder previews.

Signups for Passholder previews will use an online registration process, allowing guests to choose timeslots until they reach capacity. Notification of preview registration is typically sent via email, and as always, stay tuned to WDWMAGIC for the latest. Go here to join our preview registration notification service.

Other TRON Lightcycle Run previews will include members of Disney Vacation Club, D23, and Club 33. Cast Member previews will also be held.

In addition to the guest previews, various media events are planned throughout March leading up to the official opening.

TRON Lightcycle Run will officially open to guests on April 4, 2023.

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CorylancasterSep 06, 2023

Not going until the second week of Oct. So still a few weeks out, but trying to get the decisions out of the way. I plan on watching the threads continuously until we get on the plane 😂

gerararSep 06, 2023

Are you going anytime soon? The virtual queue has been pretty good in the mornings recently (and especially in the afternoon 1pm drops). I recommend to always try for the VQ then if you dont like you BG, can always purchase ILL later. If your BG is less than 30, you should have a pretty short wait in the first 2 hours of the park opening. Last 7 days: Including today (9/6):

CorylancasterSep 06, 2023

Whats the average time you spend in line for tron once your boarding group has been called for the VQ vs time in line for ILL? Trying to plan out if it would be better to pay for the ILL at 7am vs trying to get in the VQ at 7am

cjkeatingSep 06, 2023

I don't think their was any hype for Iron after most people had watched the Shanghai videos. Personally I preferred Tron as it felt more physical/real whereas GOTF disappointed me as I just felt like I was watching a movie on a 4D chair.

James AlucobondSep 06, 2023

Wish they'd do, like, a much taller set of billboards with lattice underneath and lighting that mimics the lamps in other areas of Storybook Circus to help block the TRON show building. Something like the below image, but on a larger relative scale.

WaltsTreasureChestSep 06, 2023

The thing is that the train looks better as the new replacement and I’m glad the tron one is gone, get that ugly tron poster out from the train, yeah?

Sir_CliffSep 06, 2023

JohnDSep 05, 2023

Now I get it.

danlb_2000Sep 05, 2023

Disney own's Simpsons now, so I guess it's not plagiarism.

JohnDSep 05, 2023

Clever reference to "Tomorrow!"

SirwalterraleighSep 04, 2023

The hype never equals the investment But that’s the point…spend 5+ slow rolling “coming soon” when they should be adding/reinvesting on a 1,2,3 year schedule at all times…

The Moles FamilySep 04, 2023

Ride Tron last week for the first time. Great ride and a welcome addition to Magic Kingdom but Guardians is still my fav. I don’t see what the 6 years of hype from Disney was for Tron?

IncomudroSep 04, 2023

I know this reference! :D

Sir_CliffSep 04, 2023

And there's a picture of a train!