Update: Back in stock!
When it comes to Star Wars trilogies, this is the trilogy you’re looking for. If you don’t already own these films in one form or another, $20 for all three is as good as it gets.
Align yourself with the right side during Star Wars: The Black Series Risk and you’ll know the power of the Dark Side. For $23, this board game comes fully loaded with Jedi and Sith vehicles and you get to choose where you fall. It is your destiny.
If you hate the Star Wars prequel trilogy more than Anakin Skywalker hates sand, you can get a Blu-ray combo with just episodes IV-VI for $28 today, an all-time low.
Own the fastest piece of junk in the galaxy for just $23. Let’s just hope that the hyperdrive’s been fixed properly because without precise calculations, you could float right through a star or bounce too close to a supernova and that’d end your pool day real quick, wouldn’t it?
The Star Wars “Complete Saga” Blu-ray isn’t actually complete anymore, since it doesn’t include The Force Awakens or Rogue One, but $70 is still a great price for the first six films. You also get audio commentary on each movie, 45 deleted scenes, and three bonus discs full of extra featurettes. Just order yours…
Alter your own deals with the Star Wars: 40th Anniversary Edition Monopoly for just $18. Here’s hoping you can
do the Kessel Run pass Go in under 12 parsecs, and don’t end up getting taken out by a rogue dianoga in a trash compactor.
The Star Wars “Complete Saga” Blu-ray isn’t actually complete anymore, since it doesn’t include The Force Awakens or Rogue One, but $55 is still the best price we’ve seen on the first six films. You also get audio commentary on each movie, 45 deleted scenes, and three bonus discs full of extra featurettes. Just order…
There may not be a real Force of July celebration, but that won’t stop Amazon from bringing the deals. Right now, choose from Star Wars Favorites like apparel, toys, art, and more, during their one-day sale. But you’d better not have plans to pick up power converters down at the Tosche Station, because this sale ends…
Now that the Star Wars franchise is alive and well again, you can get caught up with the two original trilogies on Blu-ray for $30 each, complete with a bunch of special features. Place your bets on which one will sell better in the comments!
Yesterday may have been May the Fourth, but the Star Wars deals seem to be like Sandpeople, walking single file to hide their numbers. Amazon has a ton of Star Wars toys and board games marked down, and you don’t need to be Force-sensitive to see that these prices aren’t ones to pass up.
If The Hallway Scene rekindled your Darth Vader love affair, all four volumes of his new comic series are on sale on Kindle today. The first three volumes will only set you back $5 each, while the fourth is marked down to $10. Once you purchase, you’ll be able to read them on basically any device via Comixology.
Never tell me the odds that Amazon would host an incredible sale on signed Star Wars memorabilia to celebrate May the Fourth. Everything from a Kenny Baker/R2D2 photo all the way up to a Dark Horse comics and glossy photos signed by all the big names (Jar Jar Binks, notwithstanding) is there. These prices will set…
Star Wars Episode VIII is only seven months away, so prepare yourself with this discounted LEGO Rebel U-Wing Fighter. For $54, you’ll get an awesome vehicle with working blasters, plus a mini-fig of Jyn Erso and Cassian Andor, and more. Death Star plans and cheeky British droid to save the day, not included.
Just in time for May the 4th, you can plan your own aerial assault with these discounted Star Wars screen prints from Inked and Screened. Today only, choose between the blueprints of a TIE Bomber or and infographic of the Death Star, for under $20. Now if only Jyn Erso had known that she could just buy the plans from…
May the 4th is basically the Star Wars fan’s Christmas. Rewatch the original trilogy with even more geek cred during ThinkGeek’s May the 4th Star Wars sale. Get 40-60% off a ton of Star Wars gear, from apparel, to accessories, to collectibles. There’s enough to fill a sandcrawler two times over.
The Force Awakens has been basically immune to discounts since it came out on Blu-ray last year, but if last week’s The Last Jedi trailer release made you want to rewatch it, $18 is a solid price for the Blu-ray/digital combo.
This best kind of Star Wars stuff is the kind of stuff you save money from. Search your feelings, you know it to be true. Fill your landspeeder with Target’s deal on tons of Star Wars swag. Spend $50 and get $10 off or spend $100 and get $25 off with the code STARWARS.