ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Have you checked out Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland yet? The massive new land has been open for a few weeks. And now, Disneyland is unveiling changes to how you can check out the galaxy far, far away.
Here's what you need to know.
Starting June 24, a new "virtual queuing system" goes into effect.
Basically, on the day you're going to the park, you can use the Disneyland app to join a boarding group to save a virtual spot in line.
When it's your turn to enter - you'll get a push alert.
From that time, you'll have two hours to go inside Galaxy's Edge, and stay as long as you want.
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The system won't be in place every day, but when it is, you'll need to join a boarding group.
Another change - you'll now be able to use your credit card to make reservations the day of your visit for Savi's workshop and Oga's Cantina.
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Those reservations will also get you into Star Wars Land.
If you don't have the Disneyland app, you can still join a boarding group with your park admission ticket.
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