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These Star Wars phone chargers are 50% off at GameStop in a Black Friday deal

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This Star Wars Millennium Falcon charger will charge your phone faster than it takes to make the Kessel Run. (Image credit: GameStop)

Two deals on Star Wars phone chargers will literally let the Force (of wireless charging) be with you this Black Friday.

GameStop has two deals available on "Star Wars" charging stations. A Mandalorian-themed charger is available now for $25.00 at GameStop (opens in new tab), while a Millennium Falcon-themed charger is also available now for $25.00 at GameStop (opens in new tab)

Thankfully the choice is not as stark as figuring out whether you support the Dark Side or the Light Side of the Force, as either way it's the same deal and you will be saving 50%. If you have a lot of devices or "Star Wars" fans in the house, you might even want to pick up both.

The charging deal is exclusive to GameStop and will likely hyperdrive away quickly, so be sure to grab the electronics while they are still in stock. Charging pads are far more handy than actual chargers as most modern phones will happily lay on top of the pad to pick up the charge. That means there's no cords and a lesser chance of charging issues, especially if your phone gets a lot of use.

"Star Wars" Millennium Falcon Wireless Charger: $49.99 $25.00 at GameStop  (opens in new tab)

Hyperdrive into charging your device with this "Star Wars" pad featuring the Millennium Falcon. All you need to do to catch this ride is to put your device on top of the pad, and charge away. The deal is 50% off and a GameStop exclusive.

"Star Wars: The Mandalorian" Light Up Wireless Charging Pad: $49.99 $25.00 at GameStop (opens in new tab)
Charging with this "Mandalorian"-themed pad is The Way. Simply lay your phone on top of this bounty-themed helmet shape and watch the Force in your electronics rise. The deal is an incredible 50% off.

Both charging pads are compatible with a range of phones that have wireless charging capabilities, most famously including most modern Samsung and Apple phones. They also have special features when you fully charge your device. The Millennium Falcon's thrusters will glow blue, while the Mandalorian's visors will light up (also in blue) to let you know when you're all set.

Each charging pad includes a USB-C port, a wall-charging cable and the capability to wirelessly fast charge at 10 watts or at 7 watts. To make sure your device stays firmly in place, the pads have rubberized smartphone support. 

The dimensions of each pad are large, but no so large as to take over a moderately sized bathroom counter: the dimensions for the Falcon are listed at 7x5x1 inches (18x13x2 cm), for example. Besides which, it's a nice decoration for "Star Wars" fans in between your galactic smartphone adventures.

Make sure to pick up these chargers quickly before they hyperdrive away, and may the Force be with you as you fuel up your phone on one (or both) of the pads.

Be sure to check out Space.com's Black Friday Space deals, or our guide to Black Friday Star Wars deals.

"Star Wars" Millennium Falcon Wireless Charger: $49.99 $25.00 at GameStop  (opens in new tab)

Hyperdrive into charging your device with this "Star Wars" pad featuring the Millennium Falcon. All you need to do to catch this ride is to put your device on top of the pad, and charge away. The deal is 50% off and a GameStop exclusive.

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Elizabeth Howell, Ph.D., is a contributing writer for Space.com (opens in new tab) since 2012. As a proud Trekkie and Canadian, she tackles topics like spaceflight, diversity, science fiction, astronomy and gaming to help others explore the universe. Elizabeth's on-site reporting includes two human spaceflight launches from Kazakhstan, and embedded reporting from a simulated Mars mission in Utah. She holds a Ph.D. and M.Sc (opens in new tab). in Space Studies from the University of North Dakota, and a Bachelor of Journalism from Canada's Carleton University. Her latest book, NASA Leadership Moments, is co-written with astronaut Dave Williams. Elizabeth first got interested in space after watching the movie Apollo 13 in 1996, and still wants to be an astronaut someday.