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New Rules for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Announced in Advance of General Opening

Less strict restrictions at Savi's Workshop


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Though the Savi's Workshop experience is very pricey, if you are willing to fork over the $199 fee (which is due upon entry instead of being charged at the end of the experience), you can partake in this hands-on experience just by yourself, or with two additional people who can watch the lightsaber making experience.These additional guests can be anyone, but there is a hard limit of two additional guests in addition to the person who's name is on the reservation, so if you are a family of four, you'll need to pay for two lightsabers in order to get everyone in this experience. 

No hotel guest advantage or standby line available

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DInterestingly, though Disneyland gave hotel guests an automatic reservation for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge during this new land's opening phase, they are making no such provision for hotel guests to get into Oga's Cantina or Savi's Workshop. And in addition, there will be no standby line for either of these experiences either, which means that if you don't get an early-morning reservation, you simply won't get in. 

Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run will have NO reservation system

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Though Oga's Cantina and Savi's Workshop will require reservations to experience, the only ride in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will remain standby only. Disney has cautioned that they may close the line periodically if crowds get too intense, but guests who want to experience this new ride should be able to with no requirement for a reservation, return time, or anything else, as long as they get to the park early and head straight to this ride. 

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