Reservation Process

A Morning of Waiting: How the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Reservation Process Worked for Guests

This morning, the reservation process to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened. Guests everywhere patiently waited at their computer (or in some cases, multiple devices) for their chance at getting to see Batuu. After lots of waiting, we got our chance to reserve our slot but we wanted to walk through the process that we went through!

At 10 a.m., guests were invited to load the reservations page. Someone on Twitter pointed out that it was not a chronological queue for the reservations. It was a randomized loading process, meaning that even if you had loaded up the page right on time, luck may not be in your favor. We were lucky to only wait 30 minutes after the reservation process opened to the public. By this time, dates for the opening weekend for taken but there were plenty of dates and times open until June 23.

It seems that one of the biggest issues for guests was the note about adding friends to the reservation. This was a step that came before picking the date and times to the reservation. Though we were able to add friends on to ours, it seems as though we had many friends that were not able to. This has caused a great deal of confusion in the Disney community as guests are now concerned that their reservations will not be useful. Please note that once you confirm your reservation, you are not able to modify any guests names or the time of your entrance to Galaxy’s Edge. So reserve wisely! Here are the other rules of reservations:

Know Before You Go

Checking In

  • Your entire party must be together and present at check-in.
  • You must present the code above, either on your mobile device screen or on paper. The code also appears on your confirmation email.
  • The Primary Guest must be present and show a valid government-issued photo ID or the entire party will be unable to access Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
  • Each adult (age 18 or over) Guest in the party must present a valid government-issued photo ID or such Guest will be unable to access Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
  • Government-issued photo ID includes, without limitation, driver’s license, passport, military ID, government employee ID and permanent resident card.

Visiting the Park

  • Valid Disneyland Park admission is required for each Guest.
  • All children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by a Guest who is 14 years of age or older.
  • Each Guest who is 3 years of age or older must have a reservation to enter Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
  • You and your party will be required to leave Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at the end of your reservation time period.
  • If you decide to leave Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge before your reservation time is over, you will not be allowed to reenter.

Changes Not Allowed

  • No changes can be made to this reservation, including adding or modifying Guests or changing the date or time.
  • Reservations are void if transferred or sold and have no cash value. Unused reservations are forfeited and will not be replaced.

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