PHOTOS: Local Grocery Store in Alabama Selling Pallets of Themed Coca-Cola Products From Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge During Parks Closure
Since their big reveal during Star Wars Celebration 2019 (Remember conventions?) leading up to the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the land’s exclusively themed Coca-Cola products have made headlines more times than you’d expect for a sphere of soda. First came the overall mystery and intrigue of these themed beverages, designed to look like thermal detonators from the Star Wars universe with names even written out in Aurebesh. Then came the controversial, yet very short-lived TSA ban. Now that the parks are closed, these refreshment orbs have been relegated to a local grocery store, and it’s not a cutesy Trader Joe’s. It’s not even in Florida.
Nearing expiration, entire pallets of Coca-Cola products originally destined for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios have been sent to a small, family-owned grocery store in Alabama.
Interesting find of the day… this random little store near where I live has whole 12 packs of Galaxy’s Edge drinks for $6.99😂😂 pic.twitter.com/M79vMxdLZQ