Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland just opened itself up to all guests. On June 24th, guests of the Disneyland Resort could now visit Batuu with no reservation required. It seems like most are really enjoying the new and immersive land. With Savi’s Workshop, the Marketplace, and the Droid Depot anyone can take a piece of Galaxy’s edge home; that’s with the proper credits, of course. Some visitors to the land, unfortunately, are taking more than they should with no credits. It’s become apparent that some guests of Batuu are even selling some of these exclusive items in order to gain profit.
Oga’s Cantina is proving to be a very popular spot in Galaxy’s Edge. So much so, that their menus have been seen on eBay selling for about 40 dollars. Servers of the cantina are now collecting the menus soon after your order is placed to prevent theft. Even the cards that cast members hand out for your reservation party are going for sale as well. These cards, with the cantina logo on them, are supposed to be returned to the host as you enter. It seems not all make it back. When it comes to the libations at Oga’s, select serving glasses are starting to go missing as well.
Another popular missing item is the Batuuan flatware. The flatware is supposed to be used only within the land, specific eateries. These land-themed sporks along with Galaxy’s Edge maps have all been seen up for sale online.
What do you think about the thievery going on at Star War’s Galaxy’s Edge? Let us know in the comments!
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