TSA bans themed Coke bottles from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge from checked and carry-on luggage

Update: The ban has been reversed!


You may have a hard time bringing your themed Coke bottles home with you from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. The TSA has banned the “thermal detonator” Coke and Sprite bottles sold at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge because they’re considered a replica of an explosive item.

The Orange County Register reached out to the TSA and confirmed that the bottles aren’t allowed in either checked or carry-on luggage. The TSA stated that there could be confusion with the bottles and they might be mistaken for the real thing.

The TSA issued a similar response on Twitter.

This is a fairly disappointing development as the unique bottles were created specifically for the land. They’re similar to other themed bottles Coke has rolled out, but these ones in particular were the result of a partnership with Disney. They were supposed to be a unique and affordable souvenir guests could bring home after their visit to Batuu.

While the bottles are no longer permitted, guests will be allowed to travel with their new lightsabers and droids from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

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