Here Is How You Can Get Tickets From Disney's Fully-Reserved Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

The "Star Wars" craze continues as the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is about to open at Disneyland.
The "Star Wars" craze continues as the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is about to open at Disneyland. (Photo: allstarwars/Facebook)

The Star Wars craze continues as the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is about to open at Disneyland or Disney World. Unfortunately, the place is now fully-booked ahead of its opening date on May 31. If you are one of the many hopefuls that want to see the new attraction at the earliest date possible, here is what you can do.

There is nothing that visitors, who want to experience Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, can do but to wait for when they can buy available tickets patiently. If they plan to see the attraction before July, they probably cannot do it due to the reservations are all taken.

However, Disneyland offers a chance to those people who can shell out a minimum of $559 a night by staying at one of its resort hotels. "At this time, reservations are no longer available, but if you stay at a Disneyland Resort hotel between May 31 and June 23, 2019," the park noted on its blog, via Fatherly. "You can receive a designated reservation to visit Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge during your stay [one reservation per registered guest; valid theme park admission required]."

So, if you want to book a room at Disneyland Resort Hotels, you can click this link. Or, you can wait after June 23 when you may be able to get reservations to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge the usual way. Here is the link.

Ever since Disneyland started to accept online reservations from people who want to see Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge first, it quickly got fully booked after two hours. According to CNBC, the $1-billion expansion is expected to draw large crowds that the company has to begin a free reservation process for the first month of its opening, which will be on May 31.

After June 23, Disneyland visitors can see Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge without reservations. But if there are too many people, the park has to restrict some experiences or make it unavailable to control the crowd. Anyhow, a second attraction with the same theme will be open in Orlando, Florida, in August.

Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is set on Batuu, a planet that is yet to be revealed in the movie franchise. It is a port filled with rogue traders, droids, and different alien species. Here, Disney visitors can explore the planet's Black Spire Outpost and shops.

Disneyland park goers can also have the chance to fictionally fly the Millennium Falcon on the Smugglers Run ride at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. They can also join the epic battle between the First Order and the Resistance on the Rise of the Resistance ride. Of course, there are shops and eateries that are ready to serve the visitors.

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