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The 15 best Star Wars gifts for fans of all ages — on sale and at your door by Xmas

T-shirt, lightsaber, Lola, Darth
You've just enterd a galaxy of Star Wars gifts for fans of all ages — and they're all on sale! (Photos: Amazon, Walmart)

The Star Wars films may be finished (for now), but Star Wars lives on thanks to Disney+ shows like Andor, The Mandalorian and The Bad Batch. It also lives on in the hearts and minds of your young Jedi-in-training, your teen collector and your fan-since-'77 spouse — especially come gifting season.

Quick Overview
  • Funko POP Star Wars: Rey

  • Star Wars L0-LA59 (Lola) Animatronic Edition

    $47 $90
    Save $43
  • Chewbacca Life Day Plush, 20-Inch

    $22 $27
    Save $5
  • Plush Grogu

    $16 $25
    Save $9
  • Amazon Essentials Star Wars Tees, Pack of 2

  • 3D Illusion Star Wars Night Light

  • Lego Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter

    $48 $60
    Save $12
  • Lego Darth Vader Helmet

  • Star Wars: Year By Year, New Edition

    $24 $40
    Save $16 $26.49 with coupon
  • Star Wars: The Life Day Cookbook: Official Holiday Recipes From a Galaxy Far, Far Away

    $7 $25
    Save $18 $9.99 with coupon
  • Millennium Falcon Waffle Maker

  • X-Wing Miniatures Game

    $40 $48
    Save $8
  • Ful Darth Vader Embossed Hardside Carry-on

    $135 $300
    Save $165 with code
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  • Star Wars, The Black Series: Kylo Ren Force FX Deluxe Lightsaber

  • Disney+ Basic Membership (for Star Wars and more!)

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As the wise Yoda once said, "Always pass on what you have learned." Well, we've uncovered some amazing deals we can't wait to share on fan-favorite gifts for the SW nerds in your life to hold, build, wear and play. (Don't forget to wrap them all up in themed paper, of course, like this cool three-roll pack for $17!)

May the force be with you ... through this holiday shopping season and beyond.

This strong female hero has earned a spot on their shelf. The bobblehead Rey may stand a mere 4.5 inches, but she's 50 feet tall in their eyes.
$15 at Amazon

Funko Pops are wildly popular right now with kids, teens and grown-ups alike — especially Star Wars Funko Pops. "Another fine addition to my collection," wrote a happy shopper. "The figure is well-made and the lightsaber color contrasts well with my other Pop figures. Would definitely recommend for collectors and Star Wars fans, especially if you like the Sequels."

Also, do not miss dark Rey, who has a five-star fan base of over 2,600 Amazon reviewers!

Inspired by the 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' series, this animatronic droid toy is a newcomer and was a 2022 Toy of the Year Award finalist in the action figure category! Ages 4+.
$47 at Walmart

This little 6-inch-tall buddy known as Lola keeps play interesting with over 45 movement, sound and light combos and three modes of play! And Lola's range of facial expressions are sure to delight any child. Comes with two stands and lots of charisma.

Who wouldn't love a cuddle with this special guy? The soft, squishy Chewbacca wears his Life Day robe and proudly holds a blue satin orb.
$22 at Disney

Finally, they can celebrate Wookiee culture and values, and galactic harmony with their favorite copilot. This plushie is newly marked down on the Disney site, and we don't expect it to last.


Plush Grogu

$16$25Save $9
We've had our eye on this sweet Grogu, last year's Toy of the Year Award Winner, and lookee — it's marked down in time for the holidays!
$16 at Walmart

Standing at 11 inches, "The Child," aka Grogu, from Disney+'s The Mandalorian has a sturdy base (which makes him an excellent tabletop buddy) and a plush body for impromptu snuggle breaks. Those adorable eyes and ears have the power to melt hearts.

One fan has a confession: "Soooo adorable. Was giving it to my grandchild but ... I'm keeping The Child. Love it!"

You'll get two stylish nerdy shirts (click to see the "Force" tee). Keep one, gift the other!
$28 at Amazon

You don’t have to don a costume to let people know you’re a Star Wars fan; a T-shirt can do the job nicely. These brightly colored tops are comfortable and affordable. There are three femme sets, with varying designs ranging from Baby Yoda to an old-school image of the original Star Wars cast. Plenty of men's and children's styles as well.

One happy shopper wrote, "These were better than I imagined! The quality of the fabric is good, they are soft and the thing I liked the most is that they fit a woman's body quite well! Meaning they fit my curves very well and didn't stretch on the chest or hang super loose on my tummy. Really recommend these!"

Kids will love having a nightly sleepover with the bright Baby Yoda, young Chewbacca or kid Darth Vader. Remote control and 25 stickers included!
$10 at Amazon

Light up their nights with this holographic wonder that's fun and functional. Change up the level of brightness, the three characters and the 16 colors with ease!

A five-star reviewer wrote: "Bought this as a gift for our nephew who loves Star Wars. He absolutely loved it! You get all 3 forms. It comes with a remote and is USB- and battery-operated! You can also control it by touch!" Another added that her 10-year-old grandson "loves it" and "brings it to my house when spending the night."

Build and pilot the Mandalorian’s famous starship to protect the skies around Naboo! Ages 9+.
$48 at Walmart

Of course, when you talk about “building” and “Star Wars” there’s really one brand that comes to mind: Lego. This iconic kit, which lets builders put together the Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter, will please fans of all ages. The play will continue even after the build, thanks to the charming mini figures of the Mandalorian, Peli Motto, Grogu and a BD droid. With 412 pieces, it’s a nice mid-range challenge, and the finished 15-inch model will look great on a shelf when not in use.

A fan shared that the "beautiful ... N-1 Starfighter exceeded my expectations. ... Bigger than I thought and it looks awesome from every angle."

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You can just hear the Imperial Theme as you build this helmet.
$80 at Amazon

Teens and adults looking for more of a challenge will find it in this 834-piece replica of Darth Vader’s helmet. It’ll take a few hours to put it together, and then you'll have an amazing conversation piece for a desk. Lego also makes kits featuring other bad guys like a Stormtrooper and the infamous Boba Fett, but Vader really is the most intimidating, don’t you think?

One shopper says, "My husband has begun a collection of the Star Wars busts for his desk and this was another great addition. It is a very sturdy build, and with kids took him three nights to construct. Will definitely be buying the rest!"

It's definitely an all-ages product; this woman bought it for her retired sister: "She [...] loves to build LEGOs. She has so many, and it’s a great hobby for her that she enjoys."

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Star Wars: Year By Year, New Edition

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Everything you need to know about over 40 years of Star Wars.
Save $16 $26.49 with coupon
$24 at Amazon

Whether you’re feeling nostalgic for the old days or just need to know exactly what the heck is going on with Star Wars right now, this 384-page hardcover tome (DK, 2021) takes you through the franchise year-by-year, from the original film back in 1977 to the shows now running on Disney+. It even goes into the various toys and tie-in books, which should make future gift planning a snap!

Shoppers have given this top seller an overall 4.9-star rating on Amazon. One thrilled gifter wrote, "I bought this for my 23-year-old grandson that is a certified Star Wars geek and he LOVES it! It should have been the last gift he unwrapped since he couldn't/wouldn't put it down, LOL. The book is so well done. I love SW too and I wanted to keep it for myself. Maybe he'll lend it to me."

Forget gingerbread men, we've got Wookiee cookies.
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$7 at Amazon

Pop culture tie-in cookbooks used to be really cheesy, and not in the dairy way. These days they’ve gotten a lot better, with food that’s both in-universe-appropriate and something you’d actually want to eat. So why not celebrate the unique Star Wars holiday of “Life Day” that’s full of delicious recipes that would fit in at your very own winter celebration? If someone in your life both loves Star Wars and loves to cook, they’ll love trying out recipes like “Bantha Milk Hot Chocolate” and “Bantha Surprise.”

That's no moon — that's the Millennium Falcon swooping in to save the day with cool, yummy waffles. May the forks be with you.
$60 at Amazon

Waffles made in this maker look so awesome, they may hesitate to eat them — for a millisecond. Too yummy. Thanks to the waffle makers's weighted top, temp regulation and foolproof indicator light, they'll come out great every time.

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Once you get the hang of it, starship battles are child's play in this two-player game. Ages 14+.
$40 at Amazon

This miniatures game based on the iconic starfighter that Luke Skywalker pilots in the original trilogy of films. The pieces look great and the gameplay is pretty easy to pick up — and it can be played in as little as 45 minutes! It’s a great thing to do when you’re taking a break from a family Star Wars marathon.

Board game veterans love this game: "I've played a lot of different tabletop games and this one is my new favorite. The movement system is innovative, easy to learn and brings tremendous depth to the game." And newbies can join in since "it is very easy to learn the basic rules, and even beginners can appreciate watching competitive games after reading the notably short rulebook. Overall, X-Wing is now one of my all-time favorite games."

How fun would it be to pack secrets and disguises (or just basic travel gear) into this suitcase?
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$135 at Kohl's

They can travel to the dark side in style with this high-quality, durable carry-on. It's easy to handle, thanks to wheels rotate 360 degrees and a no-fail telescopic handle.

One parent wrote: "Nice quality carry-on suitcase. ... Exterior is shiny black. The handle is a grippy silicone. There are several zippered pockets inside. Kind of jealous that my kids get to use it!" While another happy shopper reported, "My husband loves this. Great case! So happy we got one and can now hum the theme song to star wars when we roll out for trips!:

For a fun spin on this, check out the R2D2 version!

Real collectors will go gaga for this realistic prop lightsaber, which is loaded with lights and sounds. There's no assembly required, and it even comes with a stand. Ages 14+.
$199 at Amazon

Shopping for someone whose seen every movie, read every book and pretends to move things with their mind? This replica of the hero-turned-villain-turned-hero-again Kylo Ren is gorgeous, movie-accurate and most definitely not for kids. The hilt is made with real metal, and the long blade is thin and bright: perfect for a costume, a comic convention or even a Jedi wedding.

This blown-away fan included a video demo: "It’s super badass in person! It subtly emulates the instability of Kylo’s lightsaber in the movies, and when you 'ignite' it, the main blade is first and the cross guard blade is on a slight delay. It’s heavy in a way that makes it feel believable."

More than anything else, what Star Wars fans want is unlimited access to their fave films and shows. With a basic Disney+ account, it's theirs — and so is Disney, Pixar, Marvel and National Geographic! A Premium upgrade gets them ad-free access plus free downloads for shows on the go.
$8 at Disney

Whether they're in the mood for the acclaimed new spy thriller series Andor or taking a deep dive through every single film, a Disney+ membership will get them there. There are no free trials at the moment for Disney+, but Verizon customers in the U.S. who sing up for Unlimited plans can get 6 months of Disney+ free of charge! Otherwise, simply click here and enter the wonderful world of Disney+.

More Holiday Gift Ideas

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