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The Best Star Wars Deals And Products Still Available After Star Wars Day

Star Wars Day is over, but you can still save on a nice selection of Star Wars games, movies, and more.

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For years, Star Wars fans have been celebrating the story of a galaxy far, far away on May the 4th. The punny holiday is probably the most well-known of the many media franchise celebration days. Star Wars Day is the perfect time to watch the entire Skywalker Saga on Disney Plus, but it's also traditionally a day where manufacturers unveil new Star Wars toys and retailers offer numerous deals on games, movies, toys, and more. Star Wars Day 2020 is no different, as Hasbro, Lego, and more popular toymakers have revealed new Star Wars products. Plus, you can save big on a whole lot of games, movies, and more. [Update: While Star Wars Day is officially over, you can still grab some great Star Wars products at discounted prices.]

We've rounded up the best Star Wars Day deals and merch reveals. If you're only interested in Star Wars game deals, we have a separate roundup that focuses exclusively on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC deals--it includes an extremely good Star Wars Steam bundle compiling 26 classic games.

Best Star Wars Day deals

Disney+ subscription

Disney+
Disney+

Though not technically a deal, paying $7 per month for access to the entire Skywalker Saga plus a ton of great Disney, Pixar, and Marvel content feels like a deal. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker lands on Disney+ on May the 4th, too, so it's never been a better time to subscribe to Disney's streaming service if you're a Star Wars fan.


Star Wars game deals

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

There's no shortage of Star Wars game deals floating around this week. Digital storefronts like the PlayStation Store, Xbox Live, and Steam are offering great markdowns on classic Star Wars games, and you can also find excellent deals on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for console and PC if you've held off on picking up that game.

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Star Wars movie deals

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Disney Plus is a great option for frequent Star Wars watchers, but if you'd rather own your Star Wars movies, there are tons of deals on both digital and physical editions of every Star Wars film. Amazon has digital HD versions of each film available for $10 each (the newer movies normally go for $20); meanwhile, Best Buy is offering steep discounts on its Star Wars Blu-rays.

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More Star Wars Day deals

Baby Yoda Funko Pop | $9.59 ($12)

Baby Yoda Funko Pop
Baby Yoda Funko Pop

The first Baby Yoda Funko Pop, which is the best-selling Pop figure of all time, has finally arrived. You can save a couple of bucks on the figure at GameStop.

More Funko Pop deals


Star Wars Arcade Cabinet with Riser and Stormtrooper Robot | $350.22 ($536.33)

Walmart's Star Wars arcade cabinet and Stormtrooper bundle
Walmart's Star Wars arcade cabinet and Stormtrooper bundle

Walmart has an awesome bundle available for Star Wars Day that includes Arcade1Up's Star Wars arcade cabinet and a Stormtrooper robot that's powered by a companion app. The cabinet plays the Original Trilogy arcade games with a replica flight yoke. The artwork is based off of the same art you'd see in the arcades, and the cabinet comes with a riser, too. The cabinet is normally $449, while the robot is $87.33. Today, you can grab them together for just $350.22.


Millennium Falcon wireless charger | $40 ($50)

Millennium Falcom wireless charger
Millennium Falcom wireless charger

If you're looking for a wireless charger for your electronics, GameStop has a pretty cool one on sale. The Millennium Falcon wireless charger is $40 for Star Wars Day. It comes with a USB-C wall charger and cable, too.


Razer BlackWidow Lite Stormtrooper Limited Edition keyboard | $62 ($100)

Razer BlackWidow Lite Stormtrooper Limited Edition keyboard
Razer BlackWidow Lite Stormtrooper Limited Edition keyboard

Razer is offering deals on a variety of Star Wars-themed PC peripherals, including this sleek tenkeyless Stormtrooper themed keyboard. A mechanical keyboard with white key lighting and Razer Orange switches, it's part of Razer's immensely popular BlackWidow lineup. You can get it for just $62 at Amazon right now.


Razer Atheris ambidextrous wireless mouse | $40 ($60)

Razer Atheris ambidextrous wireless mouse
Razer Atheris ambidextrous wireless mouse

You don't want your Stormtrooper keyboard to get lonely; pair it with the Razer Atheris ambidextrous wireless mouse. It's equipped with Bluetooth and comes with a USB dongle, too. This mouse is great for gaming thanks to the pair of side buttons and adjustable 7,200 DPI optical sensor.


Razer Kraken Stormtrooper gaming headset | $75 ($110)

Razer Kraken Stormtrooper headset
Razer Kraken Stormtrooper headset

The stellar Razer Kraken wired gaming headset also received the Stormtrooper treatment. It looks great and is on sale for $75 for Star Wars Day.


New Star Wars products

Baby Yoda Funko Pops | $8.78-$30

New Baby Yoda Funko Pops
New Baby Yoda Funko Pops

Funko has unveiled new Baby Yoda Funko Pops ahead of next month's release of the record-breaking first figure. The three new Funko Pops are shown above and feature some of Baby Yoda's best moments in Season 1 of The Mandalorian.

Lego A-Wing Starfighter | $200

The latest Ultimate Collector kit
The latest Ultimate Collector kit

In celebration of Star Wars Day, Lego has unveiled a new Ultimate Collector kit for the A-Wing Starfighter. The 1,673-piece set costs $200 and is available now. Additionally, all orders $75 and up placed at the Lego Store between now and May 4 come with a free Death Star II Battle set.


Monopoly: Star Wars The Child Edition (Baby Yoda) | $20

The cutest version of Monopoly
The cutest version of Monopoly

The best part about Baby Yoda-themed Monopoly is that everyone will get to play as Baby Yoda--all four player tokens feature the most perfect baby. Baby Yoda Monopoly doesn't release until October, but it's available to pre-order now for $20.


New Hasbro toys, including Black Series figures

Luke Skywalker and Yoda (Jedi Training) Black Series figure set
Luke Skywalker and Yoda (Jedi Training) Black Series figure set

Hasbro is adding to its popular Black Series lineup with a handful of new figures, including a new-look carbonized Darth Vader ($25) and a deluxe set featuring Luke and Yoda ($45). There's also a new 3.75-inch figure of Luke in the Vintage Collection based on his appearance in A New Hope and a Boba Fett prototype armor electronic helmet up for pre-order. GameStop also has an exclusive Shadow Stormtrooper Black Series figure from The Force Unleashed. All of the new figures are available to pre-order now.

Star Wars face masks | $20

Star Wars face mask set
Star Wars face mask set

As we continue to practice social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, companies have begun manufacturing novelty cloth face masks for when we have to go out. Disney just unveiled its own collection of face masks that release in June, including this Star Wars set that comes with four masks--including Baby Yoda--for $20.

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All those old star wars games are such crap. They haven't aged well. Ugh.

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@Dilandau88: You're out of your mind. TIE Fighter, X-Wing Alliance, KOTOR 1/2, Empire at War, Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy are still great. Just because you don't like them, doesn't mean they are crap.

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This franchise is dead, thanks to Disney.

Very dead. Disney deserves it, but we dont..

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They should really change the date of this 'festival' In Netherland they thake this day to remember those who have died during world war two.

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Star Wars died the day the rights were sold to Disney.

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May the force? which force?

disney? no ty

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George Lucas? yeah

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Would not mind that Lego A-Wing. Got the Y-Wing and the Death Star II, and every time I see one of the advanced Star Wars Lego sets, I get the itch to buy more.

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Nope nope nope.

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