May the Fourth has arrived, and with it, more Star Wars Day deals than you can shake a bantha at. Now's the perfect time to buy those Ewok pajamas, stock up on Rebellion-themed Christmas ornaments or get some Death Star sneakers to sport at the December premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Not wanting to splurge? There are plenty of practical gifts out there in the galaxy, from travel mugs to immersion blenders, all of them on sale today. Read on for the best toys, gadgets, collectibles and Wookiee-wear this side of Batuu.
It's the perfect gift for your personal hero: the medal that Princess Leia gave to Luke Skywalker and Han Solo at the end of A New Hope, which also makes an appearance in the trailer for this year's Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. The limited-edition Christmas ornament goes on sale Saturday, when all Hallmark Star Wars gifts will be 20% off, including the adorable itty bittys plush characters.
Shop It: The Medal of Yavin retails for $19.99 at Hallmark.com.
Through May 5, Build-A-Bear workshop is offering up to 50 percent off its Star Wars-inspired plushies, including a cuddly Kylo and a sassy teddy-bear Rey. Buy them some accessories (a detective costume? a guitar?) and the fan fiction basically writes itself.
Shop It: Customizable Star Wars plushies are on sale for $15-$30 (normally $30-$47) on the Build-a-Bear website.
From sleek Millennium Falcon-patterned slip-ons to rugged Endor-themed camping boots, Inkkas' handcrafted Star Wars footwear is 20% off with the coupon code "maythe4th."
Shop It: Inkkas Star Wars shoes retail from $68-$149 at Inkkas.com.
Fans of Lego’s Star Wars building sets will be drooling over their latest offering: the Tantive IV, aka the ship where the beginning of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope takes place. Two feet long and full of tiny details, the 1,750-piece set includes detachable escape pods, gun turrets, a radar dish that doubles as a carry handle, and mini-figures of C-3PO, R2-D2, Princess Leia, Bail Organa, Captain Antilles, and a Rebel Fleet Trooper.
Does your underwear drawer need a galactic refresh? MeUndies is introducing three new Star Wars prints for 2019 — Death Star Disco, Yub Nub and Lightsabers — which can be purchased in three-packs of undies (men's and women's styles), plus lounge pants and onesies.
Shop It: Items in the MeUndies Star Wars Disco Collection retail from $45-$78 (with discounts for members) at MeUndies.com.
For the kid who's always losing their coat (i.e. all of them), or can't bear to leave their favorite stuffie at home, Cubcoats has soft fleece hoodies that can be folded into cushy plush toys of Chewbacca and Vader. They're $10 off for May the Fourth.
Shop It: Star Wars Cubcoats are on sale for $40 (normally $50) at Cubcoats.com.
Darth Maul, Boba Fett, BB-8 and more fan-favorite characters grace the faces of Invicta's limited-edition 52mm Grand Pro Diver quartz silicone men's watches. The Japanese-made timepieces are 57-70% off until Sunday — but if you're feeling splurgey, pricier Star Wars styles are available too.
Shop It: Invicta Star Wars watches are on sale from $97.99-$989.99 (full price: $229-$2,499) at Evine.com.
If you're in the market for a water bottle that says "Wookiee Hair Don't Care" or "Yoda Best Dad Ever," or a travel mug with Lando Calrissian on it, Tervis is the shop for you. On Saturday, the whole Star Wars beverage-container collection will be 20% off, including some limited-edition offerings that Tervis will debut on Star Wars Day.
Shop It: Tervis Star Wars tumblers, mugs and water bottles retail at regular price for $18.99-$49.99 on Tervis.com, with discounts on Saturday.
Darth Vader finds your lack of kitchen gadgets disturbing. Fortunately Uncanny Brands is selling this extremely useful immersion blender, which will look like you're making soup and smoothies with Luke Skywalker's lightsaber, for 40% off on Saturday. Less practical but just as fun: a Darth Vader toaster that brands your bread with the film's title.
Shop It: The lightsaber hand blender ($34.99) and Darth Vader helmet toaster ($49.99) are available for purchase online at Uncanny Brands.
Funko certainly got in the celebratory spirit for this year’s Star Wars Celebration, releasing multiple waves of exclusive Pop figures. Classic Original Trilogy favorites like Darth Vader, Yoda, Leia Organa and Chewbacca received makeovers in blue and gold chrome, while The Phantom Menace fans can take home Darth Maul and Watto. And if you weren’t in Chicago for Celebration, don’t worry—these figures can still be found separately via other sellers like Box Lunch, Ebay, Game Stop and Hot Topic.
Turn the clock back to the 1978, when the very first Star Wars leapt off the big screen and into your bedroom courtesy of Kenner’s first wave of action figures. Hasbro is reviving those early designs as part of its new retro collection, which features ace Rebels Luke, Han, Leia and Chewbacca — alongside Dark Side villains Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper — in their ’70s plastic glory. Disco shoes not included.
Shop it: $9.99 each, available exclusively at Target.
Whether X-Wing, Shadows of the Empire, Star Wars Episode I Racer or Knights of the Old Republic was your introduction to the wide, wild world of Star Wars video games, there’s a game for everyone this May 4. There are major cross-platform sales on the enormous library of mobile, console and PC games. Pick up Star Wars: Commander for your iPhone, Star Wars: Battlefront on Steam and X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter on Humble.
Shop it: Visit Star Wars.com for the complete list of deals and games.
The company that makes those amazing paper-sculpture greeting cards will be debuting the two new designs above for May the Fourth — and offering five Star Wars cards for $50, rather than the usual $75.
Shop It: Star Wars pop-up cards retail for $15 on Lovepop.
If you prefer playing game on your tabletop rather than your TV, Fantasy Flight’s latest Star Wars game, Outer Rim, lets you experience the thrill that comes with being a far, far away galactic outlaw. You can also get your RPG on with FF’s 30th anniversary edition of the classic Star Wars roleplaying game.
Shop it: Star Wars: Outer Rim sells for $64.95 and Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game 30th Anniversary Edition sells for $59.95 on Fantasy Flight.
The comfy kid-and-baby-wear brand Rags just launched its new Star Wars collection, and items are already selling out. Get 20 percent off selected styles with the code STARWARSDAY and show up to your next baby shower with a Darth Vader onesie in hand.
Shop It: Star Wars clothes retail from $32.50-$49.50 at Rags.com.
You’ve seen The Last Jedi — now hear the story of the lost Jedi. Prequel villain Count Dooku’s history is explored in this new audio drama, written by Doctor Who stalwart, Cavan Scott. Featuring Tony winner Euan Morton in a role originated by the late, great Christopher Lee.
Shop it: $24.50 on Audible.
Cue up the John Williams track, and re-enact the epic lightsaber fight between Darth Maul and Obi-Wan. These signature pieces from Hasbro’s Black Series collection are going to be hard to come by, but they’ll make a Force-ful showing on your toy shelf.
Shop it: $24.99 each, available at upcoming conventions like San Diego Comic-Con.
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