Disneyland lets solo riders skip the line on Spider-Man without paying extra – Orange County Register
Lone riders looking to save time and money before hitting the webs with Spider-Man can now jump to the front of the line at the popular new Avengers Campus attraction if they’re ready to be separated from their party or s they visit alone.
Disney California Adventure will feature a single-passenger queue starting Thursday, March 24 on Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure for the first time since the Avengers Campus attraction launched in June, according to Disneyland officials.
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Web Slingers uses gesture-recognition technology to track the body and eye movements of cyclists as they launch virtual webs from their wrists on a mission to round up the spider robots that have escaped and been unleashed on the Avengers Campus.
DCA moved from a virtual queue to a hotline in November after the initial surge of interest in Web Slingers waned and a month before the introduction of paid Lightning Lane access for popular route. Access to Lightning Lane for Web Slingers ranges from $7 to $15 depending on the crowd level at the Anaheim theme park. The Spider-Man ride has a queue for those who don’t want to pay extra for front row access.
The Web Slingers debuted with a single-driver lane – but the queue was never used and the entry sign was soon removed. Starting Thursday, Web Slingers will use the single rider line as needed on a regular daily basis.
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Disneyland offers single-driver lines on Matterhorn Bobsleds, Splash Mountain, and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run while DCA offers them for Radiator Springs Racers, Incredicoaster, Grizzly River Run, and Goofy’s Sky School.
Disneyland has quietly ditched single-passenger lines at several popular attractions since launching paid Genie+ and Lightning Lane replacements for the free FastPass line-cutting service in December. Star Tours, Space Mountain, and Indiana Jones Adventure no longer use single-passenger lines.