ORLANDO, FLORIDA - AUGUST 27: General view of the Millennium Falcon at the Black Spire Outpost at the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Walt Disney World Resort Opening at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on August 27, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

The Disney World Star Wars resort will be opening early next year and Disney has released the rates and you’d better start saving your Galactic Credits now.

Disney World has revealed the price sheet for their upcoming Galactic Cruiser resort, and it starts at  $4,809 for one room that can be shared by up to two people for two nights. That’s in dollars.  Wow. Got kids?  A family of four needing two rooms for the two-night package, you’ll  wind up only paying $6,000.


It is a lot more than just a room. Here’s what you’ll be getting, according to the Galactic Starcruiser website:

“You and your group will embark on a first-of-its-kind Star Wars adventure that’s your own. It’s the most immersive Star Wars story ever created — one where you live a bespoke experience and journey further into a Star Wars adventure than you ever dreamed possible… Throughout the ship, you’ll interact with an eclectic collection of characters, sit down to exotic galactic cuisine and perhaps even plot a secret mission together… As the itinerary continues, you’ll take the story further and deeper. Choose your path. Seek out the inner workings of the legendary starship, learn the traditional art of wielding a lightsaber, and even jump on a transport to the planet Batuu — where your mission continues at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!”

Disney is very, very, good at making sure you don’t have enough time to do everything so you’ll want to keep coming back. Those room rates come with all meals included, the experience in the paragraph above, valet parking, and tickets to Disney Hollywood Studios, where Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is located. Also, you’ll be getting a Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Databand instead of a regular Magic Band. I’m not sure what the difference is, but it sounds cool.



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