Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge virtual queuing system: What you need to know

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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When it opens at Disneyland, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will offer food and drinks fit for an entire planet of hungry smugglers, bounty hunters and droids.

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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