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Online reservations to see Disneyland's Star Wars land fill up within hours

Two hours after Disneyland began accepting online reservations Thursday from people who want to be the first to experience the newest attraction, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, the coveted slots were all filled.

Disneyland began at 10 a.m. Pacific time to accept online reservation requests to

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