Reservations now open for the TRON Identity Program at Magic Kingdom

Mar 21, 2023 in "Tron Lightcycle Run rollercoaster"

TRON Identity Program
Posted: Tuesday March 21, 2023 5:50am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Reservations are now open for the TRON Identity Program - an all-new retail experience coming April 4 to the Tomorrowland Launch Depot.

You can make reservations at the official Disney World website for dates beginning April 4 2023.

The TRON Identity Program offers guests a customizable "Program" action figure and identity chip that can be used to "re-program" other merchandise such as the interactive Identity Discs and Remote Control Lightcycles.

Each action figure will cost $89.99 plus tax, with payment due upon arrival at the Tomorrowland Launch Depot.

Once inside, you will be able to create an action figure, or Program, that looks and sounds just like you.

As a User, you will go through the customization process. Image Capture will scan your facial features. Then, you'll select your helmet, body configuration and team color. Will your Program be an Enforcer or a Combatant? A Scout or a Heavy Sentry? The choice is yours. Finally, you'll visit Command Input, where you will record 6 lines of dialogue in your own voice.

The experience takes about 20 minutes to make your selections and your Program will be ready for retrieval within 60 minutes.

TRON Identity Program Details

  • Price: $89.99 per action figure, plus tax
  • Payment will be due upon arrival at the location.
  • One action figure per User per experience.
  • Packaging included.
  • Additional customizable items can be purchased at Tomorrowland Launch Depot.
  • Recommended age is 5 years and older.
  • The experience area is limited to the User and one Guest—at least one person in the party must be age 14 or older.
  • A Guest accompanying the participant may not customize their own figure, unless they have a separate reservation.
  • Customizable action figures are nonrefundable and are not eligible for Annual Passholder (or other) discounts.
  • This experience is separate from TRON Lightcycle / Run. The purchase of a TRON Identity Program does not include admission or priority access to the TRON Lightcycle / Run attraction.
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Rich Brownn11 hours ago

The commercial lasts longer than the ride :) Plus at the first energy gate you go slower

JohnD12 hours ago

Sorry if I'm late to the party but that is what the SM queue used to do. Now it exits into the gift shop again. Besides, isn't that a staple of WDW rides: "exit into the gift shop"?

DCBaker13 hours ago

The editing was well done!

solidyne13 hours ago

Wow, is Tron opening this weekend?

wdwmagic13 hours ago

I like it!

DCBaker13 hours ago

Disney has released a new TRON Lightcycle / Run promotional video.

Sirwalterraleigh4 days ago

Has somebody said they have financial problems? I don’t think they’re the Johnsons in apartment 3C… What the contention is about is their “problems” And they have those They’re taking losses at the box office…or not making acceptable profits They’re taking losses on the stream as they announce they’re slashing content/production to save money and then forcing people to pay more for a bundle that probably alot do not want. They’re having a hard time getting things made…and now a long writers strike The domestic parks have nothing going in as the competition is being more aggressive. That half empty park gig on Memorial Day was pretty cool though 👍🏻 The debt is higher that “comfortable” And then there’s that stock deal…it’s lagging and well below a market that is just becoming volatile… public companies are a confidence game…and these are “confidence problems” Not the same as missing a rent payment

seascape4 days ago

Disney has no finanial problems. They are profitable and have no problem paying their bills. In fact they will have no problem paying Comcast their 9 billion for their less than 1/3 of the company. Remeber, Comcast could have keot their 1/3 share but decided not to continue to fund Hulu.

MisterPenguin4 days ago

Disney's afraid their $10.2B on hand would look bad if it were only $10.2B.

Sirwalterraleigh4 days ago

Best is still the “boardwalk incident”

Nubs704 days ago

Not a pattern, typical process and part of the project closeout procedure. most likely a fight over change orders. 1.5MM.. not that big of a sum.

lazyboy97o4 days ago

Or part of how disputes regarding construction are handled…

wdwmagic4 days ago

Well there are always two sides to the story in these disputes, and we typically don't publicly hear Disney's take on it.