The Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser has been a fascinating topic to follow in recent weeks. Disney’s marketing of the mega-hyped immersive experience has been met with negative reactions, which led to Disney pulling down their most recent promotional video.
Ahead of the experience’s March 1, 2022 opening, we can see a lot of available dates on the reservation calendar. Below is what the first three months look like as of the date of this article.
The dates in black are full and the dates in gray have availability. Voyages begin every two days as indicated by the small orange underline.
The opening month is almost fully booked up at this time, but we have seen some March dates occasionally appear. Then things open up, with April and May having a bunch of open dates. Even the unofficial Star Wars holiday, May 4th, has availability.
It’s important to note that though there’s a lot of dates open, it’s difficult to assess how many rooms are actually available. Let’s take May 4th as an example. The date appearing on the calendar indicates at least one cabin is open for that voyage. It could also mean 20, 30 or even more are available. Only Disney knows the actual number.
However, we can see that the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser may have to prove itself before it regularly sells out. Disney has priced this experience aggressively ($5,000-$6000) and its marketing hasn’t shown anything justifying that cost. The proof will be in the reviews from the first paying guests.