Oh nice! I'll give that a try. With the wait times right now and with a husband that hates lines, I may go several times a day and try my luck.I think early in the day (like at opening) some walk ons may be possible. However when I went for my build around 10:30/11 on 1/6 people were being turned away for walk-ons.
My appointment was at 10:00, but I may have shown up a little early--not sure; I don't have any photos of my arrival to check for timestamps. At 10:10 I took a photo of my basket o' droid parts after finishing at the conveyor belt and moving to the (substantial) second line to wait for a build station. I didn't have a specific build in mind going in; I felt like I actually took my time at the conveyor because I picked up and put back so many different domes and bodies before I settled on what I wanted, but apparently it wasn't that long. My next timestamp is at 10:42, which was after I had left the shop and found a bench to sit on so I could install my droid's personality chip.How long did the total Droid Depot experience take for you, including the time waiting in line?
Merged you to the right threadMy group has reservations for Savi's in the late morning, and some folks really don't want to carry their lightsabers all day. I really think it would be worth it to carry them to have nighttime pics in front of the MF etc, though. Are there lockers? Will it really be a problem taking them on any other non-SW rides?
@LolaNJoe just going off this. At Galaxy's Edge, you can get them to send the sabers to the front of the park at First Order Cargo, Droid Depot, Resistance Supply and I THINK Dok-Ondar's. However, you can also do so in some stores outside Batuu including Celebrity 5 & 10 on Hollywood Boulevard. As yulilin3 mentioned, you must wait a couple hours before you can get the merch back as it takes them some time to send to front of park. But please note, if you have park hoppers like I did, you can still head to other parks as long as you return to HS before it closes to pick up the sabers. They will NOT send to other parks. The place to pick it up is just within the entrance to the right, behind the big Coca Cola sign. (Or if you're heading for exit, it's to the left of the exit).Merged you to the right thread
The only attraction where it's an issue is RnRC, the cm will take the lightsaber from you when you load and hold it for you at unload
Im not sure if the lightsabers would fit in a locker (maybe someone has done this) but the other alternative is to have them sent to the front of the park and you can pick then up later at night for the night pics. Remember you need to give then about 4 hours to take the merch from swge to the front of the park
merged you to the correct threadI'll be building my Droid next week at the Droid Depot. I have a reservation with cc guarantee booked via MDE. When I arrive, will I be required to present a credit card, or can I pay with my wrist band? I was hoping to leave the wallet back in my room, but I want to be sure I bring it if it's required. Does anyone know the answer to this? TIA everyone!
I’ve seen both. On our day in early Feb we just walked in, but those busy days around Presidents’ Day I saw at least one day with a long line.Does Dok Ondar usually have a wait to get into? I honestly just thought we would walk right in but I’m seeing posts from Presidents week where it was an hour wait to get in a store?!
We could go in and walk around without waiting on Feb 13th. There were lines for holding/purchasing the legacy lightsabers, and the checkout had a little bit of a line.Does Dok Ondar usually have a wait to get into? I honestly just thought we would walk right in but I’m seeing posts from Presidents week where it was an hour wait to get in a store?!
we were in HS twice during Presidents week. Both days had waits of 45-50 minutes.Does Dok Ondar usually have a wait to get into? I honestly just thought we would walk right in but I’m seeing posts from Presidents week where it was an hour wait to get in a store?!