Star Wars is the most popular science fiction movie franchise of all times, created by George Lucas. Ever since the first Star Wars movie, released in 1977, the franchise has gained more and more fans worldwide, and its fanbase does not seem to stop growing yet. In celebration of May 4, also known as Star Wars day, numerous retails are offering deals on Star Wars-related products, from clothes to toys, to action figures, to lightsaber replicas. The sales are any Star Wars super fan’s dream come true.
Here is a list of some of the biggest companies that sell discounted Star Wars products these days.
Star Wars Day Celebrated With Special Offers and Discounts
All Star Wars merchandise, including toys, clothes, R2-D2 screwdrivers, Stormtrooper sleeping bags, and other products are going to be 30% cheaper this time of the year. To save even more money here is a $10 discount code you can use at checkout, to purchase licensed lightsabers: SABERSALE.
Any Star Wars-themed Lego kit is discounted. The deals are available until May 7. Even more, if you spend over $35, you are going to receive a free 10 x 13-inch Star Wars art print. If you spend over $75, Lego will include a Battle of Hoth micro kit.
Games and Apps
Android and iOS users can purchase several discounted Star Wars video games in the Apple Store and Google Play Store. For PC, PS4 and Xbox One, a ton of discounts are available on platforms like Steam, GOG, and Humble.
The website will host an abundance of deals for Star Wars Day. For example, you could catch a sweet deal for toys sold by Hasbro, based on characters from both the original movie trilogy and the new one. Collectors could also save some money on some pieces. For example, a 1978 Star Wars concert movie poster, formerly sold for $61,000, is now available for $3,000, which is still expensive, but relatively cheap by comparison.
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