Many of the items that make the experience so special, such as the menu from Oga’s Cantina, the sipper cups for the blue and green milk and the “ship operation credentials” that visitors receive have shown up on eBay and other resale sites.
The Orange County Register reports that Disney is no longer offering certain items, such as a detailed map of the area and metal sporks. However, both items are available to anyone willing to pay a hefty price, without the bragging rights of having actually been to the theme park.
The maps handed out for free when the park welcomed its first visitors are priced at $7.50 each.
A cup that was filled with blue and green milk at Galaxy’s Edge is up for grabs for more than $13, although it doesn’t come with a drink. Warning: Without the themed beverage, it just kind of just looks like... a cup.
A set of four Galaxy’s Edge-themed water and soda bottles — albeit sealed — run $61.99.
And the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run credentials will set Disney fans back a cool $400.
A metal spork costs a whopping $80.
According to the Register, Oga’s Cantina has now assigned an employee to watch the exits and make sure guests don’t leave with their cocktail glasses, while servers are being more selective about handing out and collecting menus.
Yahoo Entertainment has reached out to Disneyland for comment.
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