Star Wars fans are in luck as this Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Cyber Week means plenty of savings for those who want to increase their Star Wars memorabilia collections. Whether looking for Star Wars toys, movies, DVDs, action figures, light up toys, novelty items, clothing, posters, prints, games, furniture, décor, and more. No matter what type of Star Wars items you want, you’ll find that now is a great time to take advantage of Black Friday sales and get your Star Wars gear at discount prices. You’ll find there are plenty of Star Wars Black Friday sales and deals at Amazon and Walmart. Keep in mind that the prices listed at both Amazon and Walmart are not guaranteed and stock may sell out.
Star Wars Black Friday Sales at Amazon
First, there are some great Star Wars Black Friday sales at Amazon. Those who want to buy the entire series from Star Wars Episode I to Star Wars Episode VI can get the complete saga on Blu-Ray for $84.99 Prime. The list price is normally $139.99 making this a 39 percent savings.
Those who want the Blue Ray plus DVD combo can buy Star Wars Trilogy Episodes I-III for $34.96. Normally the Blu-Ray and DVD is $59.99. The same price is effective Star Wars Trilogy Episodes IV-VI Blu-Ray and DVD combo.
Also marked down is the Star Wars Playskool Heroes Jedi Force Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi & Captain Rex Figures gift set. This is a three-pack bundle that is normally $59.95 and is now $22.95.
The Star Wars Command Death Star Strike Set has been marked down to $8.76 from $16.99. The Star Wars Command Final Battle Set is normally $16.99 but has been marked down to $9.39 for the Black Friday sale.
The Star Wars 4 Pack 18 Inch Figures: A New Hope is selling out fast at Amazon. Normally, the set costs $239.00 but has been marked down to $110.99 for Amazon’s Black Friday sale. There’s an even better deal for the Star Wars Rebels Exclusive 12-inch Action Figure 6-Pack Heroes & Villains. The set normally costs $221.36, but has been marked down to $59.90.
The Star Wars: The Force Awakens Storm Trooper Pillow Buddy (Large-26″) has been marked down from $99.99 to $28.85.
The Star Wars Clone Troopers Bust-Ups Armada 2 Set has been marked down from $39.99 to $6.87.
The Monopoly Games: Star Wars has been marked down from $24.99 to $19.99. The book Ultimate Star Wars has been reduced from $40.00 to $23.84.
The Star Wars Bust Ups Series 6 Full Set of 6 (Japan import) has been reduced from $159.99 to $45.37.
Amazon isn’t the only place full of Star Wars sales and deals. If you head over to Walmart you’ll find they have a huge stock of Star Wars merchandise that is marked down. Keep in mind that the sales will continue past Black Friday and Amazon typically keeps sales going through January now.
Here are some of the Star Wars deals currently available at Walmart.
Star Wars Black Friday Sales at Walmart
Walmart has marked down the Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Blu-Ray, Widescreen) from $139.99 to $84.99. The Star Wars Legendary Jedi Master Yoda is on sale from $179.97 to $99.00. The Star Wars Classic Darth Vader Battle Buddy and the Star Wars VII Stormtrooper Battle Buddy have been marked down from $99.00 to $89.99. The Star Wars The Inquisitor Lightsaber Clock has been marked down from $49.97 to $24.00. Star Wars Furbacca normally retails at Walmart for $79.00 and is now on sale for $65.71. The Star Wars Furbacca is not only a top seller, but one of this year’s hot holiday toys.
These are just some of the toys, games and Star Wars memorabilia on sale for Black Friday at Amazon and Walmart. As the sale season continues, there will be more opportunities to get great deals on Star Wars items. Additionally, once the new Star Wars film is released, we can be sure that more toys, figures and Star War items will hit the market. Are you excited to see the new movie? Check out a preview in the video snippet below. What do you think about these sales and deals? This is a great time to stock up on holiday presents for kids and adults.
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