The best deals for ‘Star Wars’ day
Star Wars fans get their own vacation, a cross between a pun-fueled inner joke (“May the 4 be with you”) and Black Friday for nerds. You can celebrate Star wars Day as you wish; for some people, just snuggle up with a Baby Yoda plush toy and see their favorite again Star wars movie (the correct answer is New hope). For other fans, it’s a good time to treat yourself to a Star wars deal – there’s a world of games, collectibles, clothing and more to choose from.
It is worth pointing out that for real Star wars fans, it’s not even the only big party on the calendar; many people also celebrate the day of life, the wookie party that served as a catalyst for the abominable Star Wars 1978 holiday special. (If you want to celebrate that, it’s November 17, the day the TV show premieres.)
But if Life Day has some geeky appeal, it’s May 4th which is not only fun to wish others, but also captures the attention of retailers. We have gathered a handful of Star wars Day deals you may want to consider. So buckle up and browse the list – these are the Star wars Today’s deals you are looking for.
Propel the Tie Fighter drone
When these highly detailed, high-performance quadcopter drones from Propel debuted, they cost $ 150 each. Expensive, but you can use them for real air combat. Now the Tie Fighter costs just $ 40. Buy two or get it X-Wing for $ 89 you will therefore have an opponent to knock out from the sky using a mobile application as a remote control.
Emperor Palpatine Force FX Elite Lightsaber
Lightsabers are the ultimate Star wars toys, and this recreation of Emperor Palpatine’s personal weapon might just be the coolest lightsaber ever sold. It features authentic LED lighting and sound effects, and the blade is removable for an authentic look when seated on its stand.
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Play an updated sci-fi version of Clue set on the Death Star, where you must find the secret blueprints to win. You can play as Luke, Leia, Han, Chewbacca, R2-D2, or C-3PO, and the game board has a surprisingly cool 2-level layout that adds an exciting 3D element to a tabletop board game. Do you prefer to play Star Wars themed Monopoly? Get Monopoly Star Wars: The Child Edition for 32% off ($ 13.59).
Lego Stormtrooper Helmet
This 647-piece Lego building kit is a faithful, Lego-style recreation of the Stormtrooper helmet from the original trilogy. It is part of a series of helmet kits including Boba Fett’s (also on sale for $ 52) and Darth Vader ($ 70). Completed, it is seven inches tall.
EA Star Wars Triple Set
Now is the perfect time to be a Star Wars fan who is also a gamer. Star Wars: Squadrons is an outstanding space combat game – even better if you can play it with a VR headset. Then there is the superb Jedi: fallen order and Star Wars Battlefront II, a game as vast as the Star Wars universe. Right now, you can get all three games for $ 45.
If you are a fan of The Mandalorian TV show, it’s hard not to fall in love with this detailed hoodie. It’s made of polyester and is suitable for everyday use, but you’ll want to keep it handy for conventions, cosplay, and larp as well. Just be aware that it’s not as 3D as the promo photo – the design is screen-printed on the hoodie.
Baby Yoda Plush
At around 11.8 inches tall, this Grogu is roughly ‘real’ size and has many thoughtful details that make it a fairly authentic recreation of The Child from The Mandalorian. It is cute, flexible, fluffy and easy to carry.
Polaroid Originals Now i-Type Mandalorian Edition
Instant cameras are all the rage these days, and Polaroid is back with its popular i-Type instant camera. It works with two types of film (i-Type and 600) and can take ordinary photos as well as double exposures. And the camera itself is finished with a touch of Beskar.
Tauntaun sleeping bag
Snuggle up in your recently deceased Tauntaun for a warm night’s sleep on your next camping trip. It has a built-in head pillow, printed intestines on the inside, and a plush lightsaber puller. Best of all, no Tauntauns have been injured to bring you this tremendous tribute to The Empire Strikes Back.
Sphero BB-8 brought into combat with force band
Objectively speaking, BB-8 is the best Star wars robot, and while it seems impossible, Sphero did a working version that rolls around while his head stubbornly stays on top. It’s not cheap, but this remote controlled droid with its own wireless charging base, a top speed of 5 mph, and a holographic projector is the ultimate. Star wars toy.