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Disney is bringing sporks to return to the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, but this time for the sale

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For a long, long time ago, in a galaxy far, far, far, far away, people were obsessed with sporks.

At the start of the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge to land in the Disneyland resort in California, which is one of the most surprisingly popular as a souvenir of the items were metal sporks are used in the on-site restaurants. Because they aren’t available for purchase, and guests were said to have been stealing from them, it leads you to Disney in order for the product to be removed.

This dark period of time, the samsung galaxy s edge, however, seems to be over.

Guests will have the opportunity to purchase their very own sporks at both Disneyland and walt Disney World in Florida, the WDW News Today reports. Passengers can purchase a spork, and a carrying case for $10.99.

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If the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is the first to open in southern California and the sporks were presented to the guests, such as kitchen utensils, before, to deliver a fast, in a mysterious way reduced. At the time, it was reported that the sporks, along with other non-and for-the purchase of items that have been listed for sale online.

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An e-mail asking for $ 190 for any spork, although several of the messages displayed are similar items for well over $100. Other items that are illegal for sale online included maps of the outpost, booking of tickets to Oga’s Court, and the time cards of one of the country’s driving it.

On the basis of the more recent posts, but the sporks appear to be selling for closer to $50 these days.

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It has also been reported at the time, Disney had been stationed in a park employee, in the vicinity of the edge of the Oga’s Court to help stop the rumors about the theft of the plates and menus of the hotel.

Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo, contributed to this report.

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