Disney Announces It’s Closing Another Florida Property After Fans Complain About High Prices

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Walt Disney World has announced it is decommissioning its Galactic Starcruiser, a two-day “immersive experience” for “Star Wars” fans that came with an out-of-this-world price tag.

Billed as something far more than a two-night hotel stay, the attraction brought participants aboard as fellow passengers who interacted with costumed sci-fi characters, took lightsaber training and chose between the good Force and the evil Dark Side, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

The attraction’s final two-day “voyage” will be Sept. 28-30, less than two years after its March 2022 opening, according to the report.

CNBC described the attraction as an “experience” that “blends elements of the company’s resorts, cruise lines and theme parks into a 48-hour romp in space.”

During the two-day “voyage,” CNBC explained, “a First Order officer and several stormtroopers board the ship to root out Resistance spies. Alongside these villains there are spies, musicians, rebels and reluctant heroes, everything that makes up a Star Wars story.

“And, of course, some familiar faces also appear, including Chewbacca, Rey and Kylo Ren.”

The 24/7 immersive entertainment format did not come cheap; a family of four could expect to pay close to $6,000 for standard quarters or up to $20,000 for a spacious “tricked-out suite,” the New York Post reported in February 2022, shortly before Galactic Starcruiser opened.

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