Update: 12/04/2020: As many items sold out of their initial run, when they were brought back in stock these more popular items had their prices increased, the below pricing list does not reflect these changes. As there is such a large number of unique items at Galaxy’s Edge, it’s not practical to keep this list continually updated. Some of the more popular items we know off-hand now have increased prices are many of the Legacy Lightsabers, Kyber Crystals, Sabacc Decks and Chance Cubes. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Disney is also temporarily selling some of their previously land-exclusive merchandise through the new Shop Disney Star Wars Trading Post section where you can find current pricing for those select items.

Been wondering how much money you’ll need to bring on your trip to Galaxy’s Edge? We finally have official Disney pricing for most, if not all of the merchandise to be sold in Galaxy’s Edge! Scroll down to see the full list!

 The keen-eyed Dan-O on YouTube and some of his tipsters found all of the pricing in the Shop Disney Parks app and then Practical WDW compiled it all into this Google Spreadsheet, which we’ve embedded below. Huge thank you goes out to all of them.

Not listed, but also revealed by Disney this week are pricing and details for the Savi’s Workshop Custom Lightsaber Building Experience ($199.99, includes 1 custom lightsaber hilt, 1 kyber crystal which determines lightsaber color, a blade, a carrying case, and 1 of 4 exclusive pins depending on type of saber you build).

The Legacy lightsabers, which are replicas of ones owned by famous Star Wars characters like Luke/Obi-Wan/Vader/etc, are included in the detailed list below and will be available in the Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities shop. Pricing for those starts at $109.99 and goes up from there for more sabers with multiple blades like Ahsoka Tano, Darth Maul and Kylo Ren. Worth noting though the Legacy lightsaber prices do not include a blade or carrying case ($49.99 for a 36-inch blade, $44.99 for smaller 26-inch blade suitable for younglings, and $49.99 for carrying case).

Disney also released Droid Depot pricing and info for the custom remote-controlled BB and R-Series droids you can build there ($99.99 each, with the personality chip and other accessories like backpacks sold separately).

(The below embedded view of pricing list may not work well on mobile devices, instead suggest clicking through to view this Google Spreadsheet)