If you’re looking to get a custom name tag from a galaxy far, far away at Disneyland, you should make the jump to lightspeed and hurry.
Reports are emerging that the resort will stop selling customized Star Wars name tags soon, and are selling out their current stock, while supplies last.
This may be your last chance to have your name, written in Aurebesh (the in-world written language of Star Wars), on a name tag.
One theory as to why sales are ending is that the personalized name tags look somewhat like the name tags that cast members will be wearing in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, which opens at Disneyland later this month, and Disney may be looking to avoid confusion.
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The Star Wars Personalized Name Tags will no longer be sold at Disneyland. As of now, it’s while supplies last! I highly recommend getting one. You get to pick the design, planet, and have your name written in Aurbesh on it! ✨✨✨Thank you @mousepire @allthingsdisneyandbeyond for the tip!
We have yet to determine whether or not the end of name tag sales will also extend to Walt Disney World, or if sales will cease closer to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’s opening at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens at Disneyland on May 31st, and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on August 29th.