Mobile Ordering Coming to ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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For all of you headed over to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Walt Disney World, keep in mind that you can now use mobile ordering for select eateries in the new area.

As of today you can use mobile ordering at the Milk Stand and Ronto Roasters.  Starting tomorrow, September 6, you can use it at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.

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If you want to use this feature just log into the My Disney Experience app. You can browse the menu, order and pay for your selections. When you arrive at the location just tap the “I’m Here” and go to the Mobile Order pick-up area and a Cast Members will fetch your food.

Disney does indicate “that using the mobile order service does not guarantee entry to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.” If it gets to busy you can’t just order food to get in, but the way it’s been I really don’t think they need to worry too much about that yet. It could possibly be and issue when the Rise of the Resistance attraction opens in early December.

Do you use Mobile Order? What do you think of it? Any tips or tricks you would like to share? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Food Blog

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