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10 Best Things You Can Buy In Star Wars Galaxys Edge

Dok  Ondar's Den of Antiquities
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Brady Macdonald
Dateline:
June 12, 2019
Posted:
June 19, 2019
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Join us as we head out on a $1,000 virtual shopping spree in Galaxy’s Edge in search of the 10 best things we can buy in the new Star Wars themed land at Disneyland.

There’s no need to include items most people already know about: Custom-built lightsabers, handmade droids, “thermal detonator” Coke bottles, $25,000 R2-D2s and Mouse Droid popcorn buckets. This retail therapy is all about hunting for the hidden finds in Galaxy’s Edge marketplace shops.

What’s the best way to spend all our earthly cash in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge? With the Batuuan Spira, of course. The hexagonal coin is the ancient currency on the Star Wars planet of Batuu, the setting for the new 14-acre land. The metal credit medallion works just like a Disney gift card that you scan with every purchase in Black Spire Outpost, the Star Wars village in Galaxy’s Edge. You have to start with a minimum of $100, but that won’t be a problem on this shopping spree.

As you’ll see, our top 10 list definitely leans toward the light side of the Force with three items from Resistance Supply but none from First Order Cargo. Toys, creatures and droids snag a majority of the spots on the list while high-end collectibles from Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities are nowhere to be found.

It wasn’t easy narrowing down the nearly 700 items in the new Star Wars land to the 10 best things you can buy in Galaxy’s Edge. But it sure was fun.

Let’s take a closer look at our favorites:

10. DJ R-3X Interactive Droid

$150 at Droid Depot

The remote-controlled droid known as Rex — the former Star Tours pilot turned cantina DJ — talks, moves and wirelessly plays music from your smartphone.

9. Kowakian Monkey-Lizard

$70 at Creature Stall

The rambunctious court jester pet of Jabba the Hutt sits on your shoulder and moves his head and mouth with the help of puppet controls.

8. X-Wing Pilot Helmet

$50 at Resistance Supply

A black, red and silver helmet with the Resistance insignia looks just like the one worn by starfighter corps commander Poe Dameron. There’s also white X-wing pilot helmet with blue insignia and black pinstripes. Let’s get one of each.

7. Droid Light-Up Headband

$30 at Droid Depot

The motion-activated droid domes blink and chirp atop your head. How do you choose between R2-D2 and BB-8? Why bother. Let’s get them both.

6. Rathtar

$30 at Creature Stall

The softball-sized alien beast with octopus-like tentacles and razor teeth shudders when you press one of its golden warts.

5. Rebel Pilot Costume

$250 at Resistance Supply

While Disneyland won’t let adults wear the distinctive orange and white flight gear of the rebel forces in Galaxy’s Edge, there’s always Comic-Con and Halloween. Kids sizes will run you $175.

4. Chewbacca Messenger Bag$90 at Resistance Supply

You’ll look just like the Wookiee co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon when you pull the bandolier strap across your chest — except for all that fur, of course.

3. Cantina Instrument

$30 at Toydarian Toymaker

Why choose between the Kloo horn with the S-shaped mouthpiece and the Fanfar clarinet? We’ll get both the musical instruments played by the Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes alien band in the Mos Eisley cantina during the original “Star Wars” movie.

You can play the instruments yourself or press a button to launch pre-loaded in-universe music like the infectious Benny Goodman-esque “Cantina Band #1” song composed by John Williams.

2. R2-D2 Bowl

$75 at Droid Depot

The blue-and-silver R2-unit dome makes the perfect snack bowl for your next “Star Wars” movie marathon. Everybody eats from the Artoo bowl everytime the astromech droid shows up on the screen.

1. C-3PO Interactive Protocol Droid

$60 at Droid Depot

Rip off C-3PO’s head and the toy cries “What’s going on?” Put his golden head on backwards and he complains that he can’t see. What more could you possibly ask for?

Well, that’ll do it. Not too bad, actually. We only spent $945 on our Galaxy’s Edge shopping spree. We’ve still got a few galactic credits to burn. First round of drinks is on us at Oga’s Cantina.
 
Shops Referenced

Creature Stall

Dok Ondar's Den of Antiquities

Droid Depot

First Order Cargo

Resistance Supply

Toydarian Toymaker

 
Lands Referenced

Star Wars Galaxys Edge

 
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