Batuu Sporks Now On Sale at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland Park

Batuu Sporks

If you dined at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge when the land first opened, you may remember some unique utensils being served along with your food. Disney parks fans took these utensils home with them as a special Star Wars collector’s item and Disneyland Resort was not able to keep up with the demand. The sporks quickly disappeared and have been missing from Galaxy’s Edge since May. Now, Batuu Sporks are on sale at Docking Bay 7.

Early this morning, fans noticed that something new had been added to the menu at Docking Bay 7. At the top of the menu, the “cargo” section has been added and the Batuu sporks with travel bags are under there. Fans can bring the spork home for $10.99. The bag is a small canvas bag that says “SPORK” and “PROPERTY OF DOCKING BAY 7” on the outside.

Personally, I am excited to see the sporks back in the land. This is a souvenir quite unlike anything else you could find in Disneyland! Whether you choose to use the spork or simply keep it safe in its carrying case, it is sure to hold special memories.

Will you be bringing home one of these Star Wars utensils from Docking Bay 7? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know!

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