New Exclusive Pins Available for Star Wars: Datapad Achievements

New Exclusive

When you enter into Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you are immediately immersed in the world of all things epic! One of the things that help transports guests into a galaxy far, far away is Star Wars: Datapad! Guests are able to use their phone and the Play Disney Parks App to take on jobs to make themselves part of the Star Wars universe. Now, guests can get their own new exclusive pins to commemorate their in-app achievements!

To earn these special achievements, guests need to open up the Play Disney Parks app and enter Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. This will grant users the “Black Spire Explorer” achievement. Once guests take a ride on Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, they will earn the “Flight of the Falcon” achievement.  Finally, take a ride on Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance and earn the “Hero of the Resistance” achievement. Once you’ve earned all three, take your app to the participating merchandise locations to purchase these new exclusive pins!

Guests at the Disneyland park can purchase these pins at:

  • Little Green Men Store Command in Tomorrowland
  • Westward Ho Trading Company in Frontierland

Guests in Disney’s Hollywood Studios can find the pins at:

  • Keystone Clothiers
  • Celebrity 5 & 10

Will you be adding these pins to your collection? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know!


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