Disneyland’s Oga’s Cantina raises prices on its intergalactic drinks

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Oga's Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

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Everyone’s favorite intergalactic bar at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland just got a little pricier as most of the drinks at Oga’s Cantina received price increases.

Oga’s Cantina opened on the planet of Batuu as a place for bounty hunters, smugglers, and rogue traders to come and refuel and enjoy space hits from DJ R-3X. However, as the cantina’s menu prices increase, it seems one may have to do some extra intergalactic pillaging and smuggling to enjoy a drink at this bar.

Oga's Cantina
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With these price increases, Disneyland guests are now paying the same amount as visitors to Walt Disney World’s version of the bar. It seems this menu price increase might have been a way for Disney to make the California park’s version to be on par with the identical cantina found at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

As part of the price increase, the majority of the bar’s alcoholic cocktails were raised about $1, including the Fuzzy Tauntaun (now $16) and the Jedi Mind Trick (now $15). For those who spring for the Tub Nub Rum punch in the souvenir Endor mug, you’ll also have to dish out a few extra bucks as it saw an increase of $3 more dollars per drink.

Oga's Cantina Drinks
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Beer prices also saw an increase of about $1. The Rancor beer flight, which comes with four beers in a souvenir stand with Rancor teeth glasses saw a hefty increase of $10. The sampler now sits at $85.

For those who enjoy little bits to snack on while sitting at the bar, it’s worth noting that the cost of Batuu Bit bar snack mix also increased in price. The mix now costs $8, up 33% from its original price.

Drinks that remained at the same cost point included non-alcoholic cocktails with the exception of the Cliff Dweller. This drink increased in price to $35.

What are your thoughts on Oga’s Cantina at Disneyland seeing price increases on most of its drinks? Let us know in the comments!

Source: OC Register

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