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Best Star Wars gifts and deals

Cyber Monday Star Wars gifts and deals 2021
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We've scoured the galaxy for the best holiday Star Wars deals and highlighted a great selection below. There's a wide range of Star Wars deals on the internet right now so we've made sure there's something for everyone and every budget. 

We've got you covered on everything from games, to apparel to Lego Star Wars. This page isn't the only place you'll find great Star Wars deals, so make sure you check out our Lego Star Wars and deals for space fans guides. Whether you're looking to treat the Padawan in your life or become the Jedi Master you were born to be, there's a top Star Wars deal for everyone in this guide. 

After all, with movies and TV shows having been regularly released since 1977, the love of Star Wars is now spanning across several generations, meaning that everyone in the family can be delighted with a gift inspired by George Lucas’s famous space opera. And thanks to Disney’s new developments, fresh Star Wars content is still appearing despite all nine episodes of the Skywalker saga now being complete, so we get to enjoy tales like Disney Plus's brand new The Book of Boba Fett, The Mandalorian and stand-alone movies like Rogue One and Solo.

We’ve narrowed things down to give you the best Star Wars gifts and deals available online right now. 

Best Star Wars deals

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Star Wars Force Link 2.0 Tie Fighter & Tie Fighter Pilot Figure: $39.99 $27.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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on this awesome TIE fighter toy that plays sounds and voice lines when paired up with the Force Link starter set (which is also on sale for just $6.88 (opens in new tab)).

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Lego Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Millennium Falcon: $159.99 at Barnes and Noble (opens in new tab)

This iconic Millennium Falcon set is a must have for any Lego Star Wars fan, this 1,351-piece set comes tons of play options thanks to the opening top panels and spring-loaded blasters.


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Lego Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child $79.99 $63.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab).

Save $16 on this Lego Star Wars The Child model when you get it from Amazon. If you're a fan of The Mandalorian then this could be for you, a massive 1,073 pieces means this will provide hours of fun when building. 

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MONOPOLY: Star Wars The Mandalorian Edition Board Game: $41.99 $36.89 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Save over $5 on this stylish Mandalorian Monopoly set. Unlike some themed monopoly sets, this one actually has special new rules including battles with the empire and protecting Grogu, which makes it a must have for any Star Wars board gamer out there.

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Monopoly: Star Wars The Child: $19.99 $16.91 at Walmart (opens in new tab)

Collect your bounty by reeling in this deal for a cool Monopoly edition featuring The Child from the Disney Plus live-action series, The Mandalorian. Players use game pieces depicting amusing poses by The Child, AKA Grogu or Baby Yoda. The vibrant gameboard showcases themes, scenes, and destinations from the show that fans will immediately recognize.

Best Star Wars gifts and deals

If you need something seriously impressive then these are the best Star Wars gifts you can buy right now. Best doesn’t have to mean pricey, so we’ve included a few budget friendly options to suit every wallet, though for some truly iconic gear you’ll need to splash the cash. 

From replica X-wing flight uniform helmet to cool clothing, there’s something for everyone so even the most die-hard of fans won’t be disappointed.

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Star Wars The Black Series Luke Skywalker Battle Simulation Helmet: $200.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This premium helmet is a replica of Luke Skywalker’s iconic X-wing flight uniform, complete with soft padding and electronic sounds and lights, with the visor simulating enemy blasters.


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Star Wars Death Star Mug: $24.99 $21.12 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
You won’t be blowing UP the Death Star any time soon, but you can blow ON a hot coffee in this charming mug inspired by the planet destroyer itself. It's microwave-friendly, so you can even bake your favorite mug cakes into it.

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Jabba’s Throne Room 3S Tee: $35 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
For your more fashionable friends and family who prefer to wear branded gear, this official Star Wars collaboration piece would make the perfect gift. It features an embroidered Star Wars logo and a full back graphic print featuring Boba Fett.

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Star Wars Ultimate Millennium Falcon 75192: $799.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This might be the most expensive kit you’ll ever buy, but for fans of both the Star Wars franchise and Lego, this is the most epic bucket of bolts in the galaxy. The legendary Millennium Falcon contains 7,541 pieces and is designed for expert builders. It was originally released by Lego for $800 but has since been retired, so you can normally only find it at big markups from third-party sellers.

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Assorted Star Wars Metal Posters: from $44 at Displate (opens in new tab)
Wall art has evolved beyond cheaply printed posters, and these Star Wars-themed metal plates come in so many designs that you’ll be spoilt for choice. There’s a style for everyone to enjoy, from Galactic Propaganda to Vehicle Schematics. Prices start at $44 for the smallest sizes.

Use code NY22 to get 1-2 posters at 19% off or more than 3 posters at 25% off.

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Star Wars Ahsoka Tano Color-Block Hoodie: $59.90 $29.95 at Her Universe (opens in new tab)
No lazy design choices here! This unisex hoodie is inspired by the legendary Ahsoka Tano, featuring the same print as her montrals and lekku (horns and head-tails). You’ll look just as awesome as the fierce Padawan herself. Plus, it includes a very handy central pocket flat with a zipper underneath.

Star Wars game deals

Star Wars games are incredibly varied, from video games for the latest consoles, to special edition board games featuring the likeness of our favorite characters. Beyond familiar titles like Clue and Monopoly, though, Star Wars even has its own tabletop roleplaying systems and miniatures for wargaming, making for a collectable hobby. Regardless of age, there’s something for everyone in our list of the best Star Wars games.

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Star Wars X-Wing 2nd Edition Miniatures Game (Core Set): $39.95 $30.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Build your own squadron of iconic ships with this fantastic tabletop wargame. This 2nd edition core set contains two TIE fighter miniatures and one T-65 X-wing miniature, along with everything else you need to play this game of interstellar combat.

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Nintendo Switch): $14.99 at Target (opens in new tab)
There have been more recent games than Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, but nothing has come close to its level of success. This is the Nintendo Switch version, so now you can relive ancient Star Wars lore on the go.

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Star Wars Imperial Assault Board Game Core Set: $109.99 $87.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This beloved strategy game has a range of expansions to keep the fun going, but all you need to get started is this core set. Suitable for ages 14+ and between 1-5 players, it’s versatile and highly variable regarding gameplay and potential outcomes.

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Hasbro Clue Game: Star Wars Edition: $45.99 $39.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you need something the whole family can play, and you don’t want to learn an entirely new game system, then the official Star Wars version of Clue is for you. Sneaking around a 3D gameboard of the Death Star as Luke, Leia, Han, Chewbacca, R2-D2, and C-3PO, you’ll need to solve mysteries to help save the galaxy.

Star Wars book deals

Star Wars books can be incredibly confusing for those who have never looked them up before, with updates often rendering previously canonical stories as part of Star Wars Legends, an alternative timeline to that seen in the movies and TV shows. 

Besides these expansive novels are those still considered to be canonical, as well as comics, illustrative histories, and more, so you’re sure to find something to captivate you.

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Star Wars: Thrawn Series Books 13: $34.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The critically acclaimed trilogy documenting the rise of Grand Admiral Thrawn, this series is well regarded as one of the best in all of Star Wars literary history. Better yet, the content is regarded as canonical, so you’ll be expanding your knowledge of the franchise’s lore.

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Darth Vader and Son: $14.95 $13.49 at Barnes & Noble (opens in new tab)
This adorable collection of comics answers the question of what would happen if Darth Vader took an active role in raising his son. An ideal gift for any Star Wars-loving dad.

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Star Wars Year By Year : A Visual History, New Edition: $40.00 $33.99 at Barnes & Noble (opens in new tab)
Discover this beautiful hardcover book with its well-documented history of the Star Wars franchise, illustrating everything from the movies themselves to the toys, books, and theme parks. This up-to-date timeline even includes stand-alone movies like Rogue One and TV shows such as The Mandalorian.

Star Wars Funko POP! deals

Funko POP! Vinyls are everywhere these days, and it’s little wonder why. Collectors will hunt high and low for figurines that are missing from their shelves, which often means that older runs are difficult to track down.

Thankfully, as new Star Wars content is currently being released fairly frequently, we’re seeing new batches and series appearing for the adorable plastic figurines, so you’re almost guaranteed to be able to find a specific character you have your eye on. Just make sure you snap them up quickly before the run finishes, or else you’ll need to track them down from resellers.

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Darth Maul Funko POP! Vinyl: $12.00 at Funko (opens in new tab)
A menacing figure from the prequel movies, Darth Maul quickly became a fan favorite thanks to his badass style and cool lightsaber skills. Thankfully, this POP! figurine is much less intimidating.

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Training Luke with Yoda Funko POP! Vinyl : $11.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Who can forget Luke’s grueling training to become a Jedi? You certainly won’t thanks to this POP! figurine capturing his exhausted expression, complete with a mini Yoda upon his back.

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Ahsoka (W/ Two Lightsabers) Funko POP! Vinyl: $12 at Funko (opens in new tab)
Ahsoka is one of the most beloved characters from the critically acclaimed Clone Wars animated TV show, so it’s little wonder people were so excited to see her appear in The Mandalorian. This POP! figurine has her displaying her famous twin lightsabers.

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Yoda (Clone Wars) Funko POP! Vinyl: $12 at Funko (opens in new tab)
Sure, Grogu is cute, but nothing quite compares to the original green, impish Force user. Styled after his appearance in the Clone Wars TV series, this Yoda POP! figurine is an ideal addition to any collection.

Star Wars toy deals

Who doesn’t have a memory of swinging around a toy lightsaber as a kid? Even if it was only a stick and our imagination was doing most of the work, Star Wars toys are amongst the most successful of all time, helping to drive sales for the original trilogy and make it the legendary franchise we all know and love.

There is more to toys these days than a simple pop-up lightsaber though, so if you want to battle with Jedis or build your own Millennium Falcon, there’s something to suit everyone's play style.

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Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75257: $159.99 at Barnes and Noble (opens in new tab)
This 1,351-piece set is perfect for getting your Lego Star Wars fix. Better yet, with a recommended age of 9+ kids can also get in on the fun. It comes with minifigures and playable features like rotating gun turrets and spring-loaded shooters so not only is it a great centerpiece item but it has playability potential too. 

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Star Wars Mandalorian Darksaber: $29.84 $24.86 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
This replica of the Darksaber that featured in the hit show The Mandalorian is perfect for younger fans of the series. Complete with reactive lights and sounds, you’ll feel like you’re ready to rule the Mandalorians and take on the galaxy.

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Star Wars The Child Animatronic Edition: $56.77 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
You too can be the protector of Grogu, otherwise known as The Child, thanks to this 7.2 inch animatronic figure. It moves its head, makes happy cooing sounds, and harnesses the power of the Force, providing hours of adorable entertainment.

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Kylo Ren Lightsaber Toy: $32.99 at Shop Disney (opens in new tab)
Feel the power of the fearsome Supreme Leader with this replica lightsaber, complete with motion sensor-controlled light effects and sounds. Suitable for ages 3+, so even the smallest member of the family can practice sparring.

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Star Wars The Vintage Collection Imperial TIE Fighter: $92.49 $79.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Use the Dark Side! This is one of the most famous ships of the Empire. Your kids will have a lot of fun flying this vehicle around and trying to replicate the distinctive vacuum-cleaner sound it makes it space.

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Star Wars The Vintage Collection Luke Skywalker X-Wing Fighter: $105.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Whether you want to fly to the Death Star or Dagobah, this Luke Skywalker X-Wing Fighter will get you there in style. Just make sure you be careful of any swamps upon landing, although you can always use the Force to rescue your ship if necessary.

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Star Wars The Vintage Collection R2-D2:$34.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

We know better than to trust a strange computer, but we'll always trust R2. The iconic droid from all three of the movie trilogies (prequel, original and sequel) appears ready for action in its rugged form from A New Hope. 

Star Wars kitchen deals

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 Star Wars Lightsaber Hand Blender: $34.99 at Uncanny Brands (opens in new tab)
Feel the Force as you wield this immersion blender to whip up soups, smoothies, and more. With its striking appearance, the Star Wars Lightsaber Hand Blender would look fantastic in the kitchen of any sci-fi pop culture enthusiast. For those who lean more towards the dark side, there’s a Darth Vader Lightsaber Hand Blender (opens in new tab) too.

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Star Wars R2-D2 Deluxe Toaster: $79.99 at Sideshow (opens in new tab)
Have you ever wanted your toaster to sound like R2-D2? Probably not, but thanks to this incredible appliance, your breakfast is about to get a lot less boring. With blinking lights, chirping, and beeping noises, there really is nothing that energetic droid can’t do.

Star Wars clothing deals

Star Wars clothing is so prolific that you won’t just find it at a Disney theme park, but likely on the racks at any retailer such as Target or Walmart. From T-shirts emblazoned with stormtrooper helmets, to some funky sleepwear, you can wear Star Wars clothes day and night if you really wanted to.

Even large brands such as Adidas are happy to collaborate with Disney, creating designer threads inspired by the beloved characters and movies so you won’t have to sacrifice style to represent your favorite franchise.

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Official Star Wars Boba Fett Legend Kids Short Sleeved T-Shirt: $17.99 at Just Geek (opens in new tab)
The must-have wardrobe essential for any budding bounty hunter. Available from ages 7 through to 13, this cool, distressed-style shirt is great for younger fans of the franchise. As well as the stunning graphic on the front of the T-shirt, you’ll find iconic Star Wars logos printed on the sleeves and on the back too.

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Star Wars Jedi Fleece Bathrobe: $69.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This soft, fleecy bathrobe is almost certainly more comfortable than anything a real Jedi would have to wear. The large pockets are perfect for keeping your phone or spare lightsaber safe and the belt not only keeps your robe secure, but includes some fun, realistic details Star Wars fans will love.

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Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child Union Suit: $49.90 $39.92 at Hot Topic (opens in new tab)
For the ultimate cozy experience, you can kick it back like Grogu with this one-piece union suit, complete with oversized ears – you’ll look just as cute and cuddly as Baby Yoda does. Ideally, try snacking on popcorn rather than frogspawn though.

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Star Wars Classic Icons Open Cardigan: $49.90 $24.95 at Her Universe (opens in new tab)
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This unisex knit cardigan features iconic emblems and symbols from the entire franchise in a monochromatic white and black with classic wooden button that’s easy to style with just about anything. Did we mention that it comes with pockets?

Other Star Wars gifts

If you want something a little less obvious then there are still plenty of Star Wars gifts that are perfect for your loved ones. Have you ever wanted to camp out in a Death Star tent, or have a lunchtime picnic on the Millennium Falcon? Probably not, but we’ll chalk that down to the fact you likely didn’t know you could. 

Here are some more Star Wars deals that would make an ideal gift for the creative and adventurous people in your life.

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Official Darth Vader 3D AirPods Case: $17.99 $11.99 from Just Geek (opens in new tab)
Let your AirPods feel the power of the dark side by tucking them away inside the infamous Sith Lord’s helmet. Compatible with both gen 1 and gen 2 AirPods, this case also comes with a carabiner to hook on your belt for safekeeping.

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Official Star Wars The Mandalorian 3D Powerbank: $23.99 at Just Geek (opens in new tab)
This 5000mAh powerbank can store enough juice for an additional full charge on most mobile phones, and its funky Mandalorian design will ensure you never get it confused with someone else’s.

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Star Wars Death Star Tent: $299.95 $209.96 at Barnes & Noble (opens in new tab)
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You likely wouldn’t want to sleep in the real Death Star, but this 3-man tent makes a great alternative. Equipped with insect netting, extra strength pegs, and a carry bag, you’ll be ready to pitch up on even the most remote of worlds.

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Millennium Falcon Picnic Blanket and Chewbacca Messenger Bag: $66.99 at Shop Disney (opens in new tab)
The perfect 2-in-1 gift, inside this stylish Chewbacca shoulder bag there’s a picnic blanket shaped like the Millennium Falcon. So, get together with your favorite scruffy-looking nerf herders and have a Star Wars-themed picnic. Blue milk and Wookiee cookies, anyone?

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Darth Vader 8-inch Phone and Controller Holder: $24.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Level up your home displays with this Darth Vader-inspired holder. Instead of leaving your remote control, phone or game controller lying about, hang them on Darth Vader's hands. 

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eKids Millenium Falcon Portable Bluetooth Speaker:  $39.99 $33.99 on Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Enjoy the 33 foot (10 meter) connectivity range of this bluetooth speaker. The lights and detailed design of this Millenium Falcon-inspired gadget makes it a great unique gift for any Star Wars fan. 

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Jess Weatherbed
Contributing writer

Jess is a freelance writer for Space.com, and also serves as TechRadar's Computing writer (@Zombie_Wretch on Twitter), where she covers all aspects of Mac and PC hardware, including PC gaming and peripherals. She has been interviewed as an industry expert for the BBC, and while her educational background was in prosthetics and model-making, her true love is in tech and she has built numerous desktop computers over the last 10 years for gaming and content creation. She also likes to dabble in digital art and 3D printing, and can often be found playing games of both the Video and Tabletop variety, occasionally streaming to the disappointment of everyone.