Galactic Starcruiser Now Booking Dates October-December

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[Source: Disney]

It seems that the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is now booking for the Fall and into Winter. Disney Vacation Club and Annual Passholders can book starting today, March 3, 2022.  Everyone else can book as of tomorrow, March 4th.

Here is a post from Instagram from Far Beyond Infinity Travel:

October through December, 2022 Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser dates are now available. You do not want to miss this! Over the last few days, available dates have booked up so fast. If you would like to experience this amazing immersive adventure please message me immediately or send an email to info@farbeyondinfinitytravel.com. You can also visit the link below for more information and see the most up to date availability calendar.

Beginning today Thursday, March 3, Disney Vacation Club Members and Annual Passholders are eligible to book Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser reservations for dates October through December 2022.

Availability for all other Guests will open on Friday, March 4, 2022

If you are interested in booking this experience and dates are listed as sold out, keep checking back because availability keeps coming back as people cancel.

Yesterday April/May were booked up. Now there is availability:

June-August also has plenty of openings:

Here we have it moving into the new dates:

There is plenty of availability for September-December.

If you are interested in this remember it starts at $4,800 – $6,000 for a standard cabin. Those prices will change due to demand. There are suites but you need to grab them early. Those run $1,000 – $3,000 more at the low end.

To book you need to contact your preferred travel partner (Far Beyond Infinity is a friend of ours and a good option) or contact Disney directly.

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